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Fans Vote For Plato’s Title

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British Touring Car Championship Fans believe that the title will fall to Jason Plato on Sunday according to a poll conducted by HiQ.

Plato took a massive 44 per cent of all votes from the HiQ website with main rival Matt Neal taking 33 per cent. Tom Onslow-Cole took 17 per cent of the votes with Neal’s Honda team mate taking only six per cent of the total votes.

HiQ's marketing manager Geraldine McGovern said: “If Sunday is anything like the drama we witnessed last year, then we are in for a treat.

“There is nothing like the thrills and spills of the BTCC, let alone when there is so much at stake.

“In three years of involvement with the BTCC, we have never looked forward to a race weekend so much, so we're already counting down the clock.”

Fans visiting Brands Hatch this weekend will get the chance to help support the HiQ Breast Cancer Care charity with official pink caps being given out on race day in return for a small donation.

Along with this fans will be able to join in with face painting and other fun activities as the series draws to an exciting close.

Photo credit: BTCC.net

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