Championship leader breaks Rockingham duck with superb double
Rotek Racing continue to take strides forwards in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.
The experience of being part of the all-action championship for the first time has left Belcher craving much more for 2015.
Gordon Shedden gave the new Honda Civic Type-R its first BTCC victory in the second race at Brands Hatch, beating Andy Priaulx by just four hundredths of a second as Jason Plato retired from a dominant lead with a late puncture.
Double champion stars but Colin Turkington still tops the table
Aron Smith has claimed his first victory of the season.
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.
Matt Neal took his second BTCC win of 2015 in the final race of the day at Donington, fending off Andrew Jordan in the closing laps after the pair emerged from a frenetic multi-car lead tussle.
Turkington takes double before Shedden closes in.
A commanding drive from Colin Turkington gave Team BMR back-to-back wins in the second BTCC race at Donington, as Matt Neal and Adam Morgan completed the podium after surviving an entertaining scrap.
Rob Austin and Hunter Abbott achieved five out of a possible six points-scoring results at Brands Hatch.
New Honda Civic Tourer claims a hat-trick of podiums in BTCC curtain-raiser.
The Rotek Racing team rebuild the newly acquired Audi S3 Saloon in time for the fourth meeting of Britain’s premier race series.