United Autosports lies 12th in HiQ Teams Championship & Independents Team Trophy
A mixed bag of results at local Brands Hatch circuit for Airwaves Racing.
New Honda Civic Tourer claims a hat-trick of podiums in BTCC curtain-raiser.
Andrew Jordan didn’t have it all his own way, however, as the eBay Motors BMW of Colin Turkington took the honours in the final thrilling encounter at the legendary Kent circuit.
It was Robb Holland’s intention to break into the top 20 and page one of the timesheets in the weekend’s third and final BTCC encounter.
The opening event of the year marked the first outing for the West Thurrock-based team with its new NGTC-specification Ford Focus.
For race 3 the maths are simple for Jordan, finish inside the top 8 and the championship will be his for the first time.
Jason Plato leads team-mate Sam Tordoff for fifth MG front-row lockout of the season.
Jason Plato and Gordon Shedden share wins at Silverstone to keep title chances alive while Jordan extends advantage.
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.
Rob Austin also stars at Rockingham by taking maiden BTCC win.
An accident on the opening lap of the first race forced Andy Neate to withdraw from the seventh round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season.
Austin takes hugely popular maiden win. Wood earns the S2000 Jack Sears Trophy title.
eBay Motors racer wins twice before Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan claims final race victory at Knockhill
The AmDTuning.com team driver James Kaye had only sampled the car for the first time in a brief test at the Norfolk circuit prior to the race weekend...
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.
The West Thurrock-based team made the trip to the North East seeking to add to its win tally in the Jack Sears Trophy
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.
Jason Plato needed to score points against the Honda top teams but the final blaze set him back a bit.