Frank Wrathall is looking for a change in fortune at this weekend’s eighth British Touring Car Championship round at Rockingham, a track which the Dynojet driver is a keen fan of.
Wrathall comes into the latest meeting off the back of an incident-strewn visit to Knockhill last month lying 16th in the standings, but heads to one of his favorite circuits this weekend at Rockingham at which he still holds the lap record.
The 26-year-old has enjoyed fond memories of Rockingham, coming tantalizingly short of his maiden BTCC win in a battle with Gordon Shedden and Jason Plato in race two of the 2011 visit to the Corby venue.
“Rockingham is definitely one of my favourite circuits and it’s one at which over the years I have enjoyed the most success,” said Wrathall.
After a somewhat trying season which has seen Wrathall yet to finish on the podium thus far in 2013, the Dynojet man feels sure of an improved weekend of form at Rockingham this weekend.
“I always look forward to going to Rockingham, and I just hope that we can get the Toyota in a position where we can challenge in the top 10.
“We’ve gone through a few set-up ideas which we are planning to test: hopefully they will put us in good stead.”