Matt Neal ended his day at the fastest circuit in the UK with two victories. Defending BTCC Gordon Shedden was also a winner to give Honda the sweep at Thruxton.
Honda’s British Touring Car teams end qualifying at the fast circuit in the UK with top three! Andrew Jordan will start the first race from pole position.
Having elected to return to the BTCC this season for his first full season since 2006, James Kaye has emerged as the man to beat in the Super 2000 class.
Shedden and Jordan claim a victory apiece before Turkington scores memorable win at Donington Park
Thirty-two cars confirmed for this year’s Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
The team will begin its fourth season running the VW Golf and in mid-season switch to the Vauxhall Astra.
Ambition is key aspect for Tony Gilham. The team owner plans to enter four cars at the start of the British Touring Car season, and will later add two more.