Fresh off the back of clinching his second Dunlop British Touring Car Championship crown at the 2014 season finale at Brands Hatch GP, eBay Motors driver Colin Turkington surprised unsuspecting Argos…
Rob Collard looks back on what he feels has been a ‘very strong’ first half to his 2014 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season, and the West Surrey Racing man predicts an…
A stellar weekend for Colin Turkington duly put him at the top of the British Touring Car Championship standings last weekend after a brace of wins at Oulton Park.
Colin Turkington declared himself happy to have come out of the blocks strong with a win at the opening weekend of the 2014 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch.
West Surrey Racing have announced an unchanged line-up for their three-pronged 2014 British Touring Car Championship assault, with Colin Turkington again joined by Rob Collard and Nick Foster in a trio of BMW 125i M Sport machines.
Rob Collard was delighted to return to the podium in the British Touring Car Championship’s latest meeting at Knockhill, in by far the best weekend of the season for the BMW driver.
After maintaining his championship lead following a consistent weekend at Knockhill, Matt Neal admitted that Colin Turkington could be the danger man he will be looking over his shoulder for with three rounds still remaining.
Colin Turkington fired himself back into the the title fight with just three meetings remaining after two victories in the seventh round of the British Touring Car Championship at Knockhill.
Colin Turkington’s stellar weekend at Knockhill suffered a blow after proceedings reached an end when he was thrown out of the results from race three for boost-related reasons.
A thrilling wet-dry second BTCC race at Croft saw Colin Turkington take his second win in two races, while MG’s wet tyre gamble cost them as Jason Plato finished a lap down.
Colin Turkington took a comfortable second win of the 2013 season with a flawless lights-to-flag victory at Croft in the weekend’s opening BTCC race from pole position.
Colin Turkington returned to pole position for the first time since 2009 at Croft on Saturday afternoon, and admitted afterwards that the achievement proves that the team and their new BMW 125i will be a threat for victory this weekend.
Jason Plato looked to be heading for pole position at Croft for the BTCC’s fifth round of the season, but a last-gasp effort from Colin Turkington saw the BMW driver snatch the first pole position of his comeback season.
The second BTCC practice session at Croft this afternoon has been cancelled prematurely after an accident for Adam Morgan, the BMW of Rob Collard topping the times in an almost meaningless session prior to qualifying.
A fabulous third race spectacle at Oulton Park was eventually won by Andrew Jordan, after taking advantage of a mistake from his own Eurotech team-mate in an enthralling encounter.