Rotek Racing continue to take strides forwards in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Championship leader breaks Rockingham duck with superb double
American driver hoping U.S.-style track changes his luck.
Scene of first race win last year.
Season launches in April, 2015.
Matt Neal makes welcome return to the rostrum in Norfolk.
Double champion stars but Colin Turkington still tops the table
Robb Holland and Rotek Racing reached a significant milestone by scoring its first point in a typically dramatic BTCC weekend at Snetterton in East Anglia.
Aron Smith has claimed his first victory of the season.
Andrew Jordan's dreadful weekend has gotten that much worse.
Turkington takes double before Shedden closes in.
Colin Turkington is going for the sweep this weekend.
Rob Collard finished second whilst Gordon Shedden closed to within five points of championship leader Colin Turkington after completing a hat-trick of podiums during the day.
Turkington continues to solidify his place as the man to beat for this year's BTCC championship.
Five former champs in top five grid slots.
I (Nick DeGroot) got the chance to talk one-on-one with 2009 British Touring Car champion and current series points leader Colin Turkington.
Will be carried out every day, at every event
The Rotek Racing team rebuild the newly acquired Audi S3 Saloon in time for the fourth meeting of Britain’s premier race series.
A welcome and popular return to action for the Swindon racer just five weeks on from his huge, car-wrecking accident at Thruxton at the beginning of May.
Aaron Smith wins for the second time in his BTCC career.
eBay Motors went 1-2 in the opening race at Oulton Park.
Ulsterman pips Jason Plato for his first pole of the season.
Simon Belcher is delighted to officially confirm he will be back on the grid at Oulton Park next weekend, 7th/8th June.