Tom Oliphant claimed his first Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship victory in race three at Brands Hatch.
Dan Cammish took his second Kwik Fit British Touring Car victory of the season in the opening race of the day at Brands Hatch in dramatic fashion.
Defending champion Colin Turkington claimed pole position for the opening round of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Donington Park this afternoon.
The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship begins this weekend at Donington Park, 22 weeks later than originally planned due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Title race heats up as Cammish hits form heading in to penultimate race weekend of the 2019 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship.
With title rivals faltering, Dan Cammish maximised his efforts to bring himself within eleven points of the BTCC title lead as team-mate Matt Neal had a frustrating weekend.
Tom Ingram has taken his first pole position of 2019 at Snetterton
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Matt Neal currently sits fifth in the Drivers’ standings going into the next round of BTCC action which takes place at Croft this weekend with the Manufacturers and Teams’ honours currently going to the Honda Yuasa Racing squad.
Andrew Jordan has admitted he still isn’t 100% after his enormous crash in the opening race at Donington but says he’s taken “big steps” to ensure he’s fit enough for this weekend’s event at Thruxton.
In another change to The Checkered Flag’s Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship race weekend preview format. We look at ten drivers to look out for this weekend at Thruxton
Colin Turkington has won the second race at Donington Park adding to his victory earlier in the day