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2012 BTCC Team-By-Team Preview: Dynojet

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Dynojet, Toyota Avensis (Photo CreditL btcc.net)

Dynojet, Toyota Avensis (Photo CreditL btcc.net)

DYNOJET

No.11 Frank Wrathall
Toyota Avensis

The 25-year-old and his bright orange car were one of the sub-plots to the twisting 2011 season, and many observers have already labelled him a future BTCC champion.

While no one can question the quality of Wrathall's driving – regardless of his BTCC season, he didn't win the Ginetta G50 Cup on luck – the big question mark remains over Dynojet and the Avensis will compare now the more experienced Dynamics and Triple Eight teams have NGTC-spec machinery.

As well as the new competition only those behind the scenes know whether, and how much, the regulation changes during the 2011 season advantaged Wrathall. As well as the string of podiums at Knockhill and Rockingham there were the sub-par weekends at Brands Hatch and Silverstone to end the year.

This year we'll see which was the real Dynojet.

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