Josh Cook hit out at Gordon Shedden after the pair’s collision in the third BTCC race at Oulton Park, the latter given a verbal warning for his part.
Gordon Shedden said that a hat-trick of top-four finishes filled him and Halfords Yuasa Racing with “a lot of confidence” after the third BTCC meeting of the season at Thruxton.
Gordon Shedden tells TCF that Honda are “trying everything” to claim the 2016 BTCC title, after closing the points deficit with another victory at Rockingham
Following a battling BTCC meeting at Rockingham, Matt Neal tells TCF that one small slip-up from Honda’s BMW rivals would swing the title fight.
Gordon Shedden hopes for a change in fortune at the next British Touring Car Championship meeting at Croft circuit, after a race three puncture ultimately ruined his weekend at Oulton Park.
Reigning BTCC champion Gordon Shedden hailed a “perfect” finish for the Halfords Yuasa Racing squad at Donington Park to TCF, after their second one-two finish from the first six races.
Matt Neal remained five points clear of Halfords Yuasa Racing team-mate Gordon Shedden after his first Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship win of the season at Donington.
Halfords Yuasa Racing will be reduced to a two-car outfit after parting ways with Andy Neate after just one Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship meeting in 2016.
Matt Neal was left ruing the “chaos” of the final British Touring Car Championship race at Thruxton last weekend during the third round of the season, a controversial clash with Rob Collard denting his visit to the Hampshire venue.
Gordon Shedden took victory in the second British Touring Car Championship race at Thruxton, which was shortened by a big shunt between Rob Austin and Nick Foster at Church corner.
Gordon Shedden declared his race three triumph at Donington Park as one of the best British Touring Car Championship races he has been a part of, defeating Colin Turkington in a last-corner thriller for his first win of 2014.
Former British Touring Car Championship champion Gordon Shedden says that the works Honda squad’s newest Civic Tourer will offer a fresh challenge in what could potentially be an even tougher title fight in 2014.
In a change of fortune, the Honda Yuasa Racing pairing of Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal enter the final British Touring Car Championship meeting of the season on the offence this season, but both feel that the pressure may still tell on Andrew Jordan.
Matt Neal kept himself in title contention with a solid weekend at Silverstone in the penultimate round of the 2013 British Touring Car Championship, fighting through the pain barrier of his injured finger to lie as Andrew Jordan’s closest title challenger.
Matt Neal made the early running at a wet and slippery Rockingham circuit, heading a Honda 1-2-3 in first practice.