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Gordon Shedden delivers Honda Civic Tourer's second BTCC success.
Honda's Gordon Shedden put on an incredible show as he stole the third race win of the weekend in spectacular fashion.
Motorsport.com contributor Piotrek Magdziarz talked one-on-one with reigning British Touring Car champion Andrew Jordan at World RX media day.
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
Can Andrew Jordan keep the edge he has in his Pirtek Racing Honda?
Austin takes hugely popular maiden win. Wood earns the S2000 Jack Sears Trophy title.
BTCC heads to Rockingham Motor Speedway in Northampton for rounds 22, 23 and 24
BTCC heads to Rockingham in Great Britain as they continue their battle for the valuable points.
eBay Motors racer wins twice before Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan claims final race victory at Knockhill
Local hero and reigning champion Gordon Shedden tops the bill as the BTCC visits Knockhill in Scotland
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.
MG KX Momentum Racing secures one-two as Sam Tordoff heads Jason Plato in qualifying at Snetterton.
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.
Young MG racer edges out team-mate Plato at Snetterton tyre test
Matt Neal can thank the rain that finally did arrive to soak the Croft circuit in the final BTCC race this weekend. His Honda performed to his liking despite the tricky conditions.