Championship leader breaks Rockingham duck with superb double
The experience of being part of the all-action championship for the first time has left Belcher craving much more for 2015.
Rotek Racing continue to take strides forwards in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
Aron Smith has claimed his first victory of the season.
New Honda Civic Tourer claims a hat-trick of podiums in BTCC curtain-raiser.
Turkington takes double before Shedden closes in.
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.
Matt Neal makes welcome return to the rostrum in Norfolk.
The Rotek Racing team rebuild the newly acquired Audi S3 Saloon in time for the fourth meeting of Britain’s premier race series.
Jason Plato needed to score points against the Honda top teams but the final blaze set him back a bit.
The final race at Thruxton was a wild one and although Colin Turkington emerged victorious, everyone is talking about Simon Belcher who flipped over a tire barrier and into the woods during the event.
Gordon Shedden went on the hunt at the end of race three and once he caught Colin Turkington, he held absolutely nothing back.
Aaron Smith wins for the second time in his BTCC career.
Matt Neal claims race 3 victory on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit for the BTCC season opening event.
eBay Motors racer wins twice before Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan claims final race victory at Knockhill
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.
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.
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.
After an enthralling battle with Race 1 winner Andrew Jordan, Gordon Shedden prevailed in a race that was red flagged after an accident that saw Nick Foster take a detour into the woods.
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.
Honda's Gordon Shedden put on an incredible show as he stole the third race win of the weekend in spectacular fashion.