Motorsport.com contributor Piotrek Magdziarz talked one-on-one with reigning British Touring Car champion Andrew Jordan at World RX media day.
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For race 3 the maths are simple for Jordan, finish inside the top 8 and the championship will be his for the first time.
The championship is on the line at the BTCC season finale, and five drivers are in a very tight points fight.
Plato needed a victory as did Shedden at Silverstone: Plato 2, Shedden 1. Points leader Jordan has to wait for the final meeting to secure his first BTCC title.
Yet another MG 1-2 in British Touring Car Championship front row; this time at Silverstone
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Sam Tordoff lead home an MG 1-2 in race 1, the other two races were won by Honda drivers, Andrew Jordan and Gordon Shedden.
Sam Tordoff had a clean start from his maiden pole position to take command of race one at Snetterton to notch his first-ever British Touring Car Championship victory.
Earning his first British Touring Car Championship pole was a major accomplishment; adding to the excitement was the fact that he bested a past champion who is his own teammate!
British Touring Car Championship set for second half kick-off at the Snetterton circuit with Matt Neal holding the points lead.