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Real Glynn Kid

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Glynn Geddie BTCC
Credit: Marc Waller

With no ballast on his AmD with AutoAid/RCIB Insurance Racing MG6 GT, Glynn Geddie is confident of scoring some strong results at Knockhill in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

A solid first weekend in the MG at Rockingham showed that Glynn still had knowledge of how an NGTC car drives despite having no experience with the car up until first practice on the Saturday.

Glynn will be hoping to perform well in front of his Scottish compatriots at Knockhill, scene of his best BTCC qualifying result four years ago.

“I’m going into the Knockhill meeting feeling as confident as I can be. We saw how close things were at Rockingham and I think it will be the same again this weekend so track position is really going to be key.
 
“If we can get a break in qualifying and put ourselves in a good position on the grid then I feel confident that I can then try and push forwards, as my race pace on my debut in the MG was good.

“The time I’ve now spent in the car can only help me as I have more knowledge and more of an idea of how it is going to react to changes, and also experience of the tyres.

“Whilst this will only be my second weekend in the car, I don’t see any reason why I can’t try and push for some points and that will be my aim when we hit the track.”

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