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Speedworks Motorsport’s Tom Ingram tops the early Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship table after claiming victory in the final race at Brands Hatch today (8 April).

Pole-sitter Jack Goff won the season-opener with a lights-to-flag performance, before Senna Proctor took the spoils in one of the most incredible races in the series’ illustrious 60-year history. Read More »

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The Amigos backed Porsche Carrera Cup GB duo of George Gamble and Seb Perez kicked off their 2018 season in style, with Gamble taking an inaugural series victory in the final race at Brands Hatch last weekend (7th/8th April).

Despite only his second ever Carrera Cup race, Nottingham based Gamble stormed to victory in race two from fourth place on the grid, beating many more experienced Pro drivers in the process. Read More »

– WTCR: Podium for Huff and Bennani with the Golf GTI TCR at season-opener in Marrakesh
– BTCC: First podium for Jake Hill in Brands Hatch thanks to clever choice of tyres

FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR)
Two podiums as the “new world series” gets going – strong performances by Huff and Bennani in the Golf GTI TCR Read More »

Halfords Yuasa Racing new boy Dan Cammish drew first blood in the battle for the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship Jack Sears Trophy at Brands Hatch today (8 April), as the new Honda Civic Type R (FK8) showed glimpses of its potential on its series debut.

Despite having only first turned a wheel in his car at Season Launch a week-and-a-half ago, Cammish broke the Brands Hatch Indy circuit lap record in qualifying on what looked to have been a stunning pole position run. Read More »

Paul Rivett (Epsom Downs) and Max Coates (Scorton) shared the wins in the weekend’s opening two Renault UK Clio Cup rounds of 2018 at Brands Hatch. Rivett it is who leaves the Kent circuit with the early championship lead as the title race now heads to Donington Park in Leicestershire for its next two rounds (Sat 28/Sun 29 April).

Three-time Champion Rivett, driving for WDE Motorsport, took a classy victory in Saturday’s race at Brands Hatch but only after he and Team Pyro’s Coates had tangled while fighting for the lead. Read More »

Nationwide Accident Repair Services returns to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB for the 2018 season, extending their run as the most successful sponsor in the history of the series. This year the UK’s leading and largest complete automotive repair services group will team up with 25-year old Dino Zamparelli in his quest for the title. Read More »

– Halfords Yuasa Racing’s new Honda Civic Type R ready for BTCC battle
– Matt Neal on the hunt for history-making fourth Drivers’ crown
– New recruit Dan Cammish eager to prove his worth at tin-top pinnacle

Honda duo Matt Neal and Dan Cammish are eager to reward the Halfords Yuasa Racing crew for their tireless work in readying the team’s new Civic Type R for Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship action – by racing to the podium in the season curtain-raiser at Brands Hatch next weekend (7/8 April). Read More »

After Mike Bushell romped to the crown in 2017 to land a seat in the British Touring Car Championship, all eyes are now on who will succeed him as Renault UK Clio Cup Champion in 2018 – beginning at Brands Hatch in just over a week’s time (Sat 7/Sun 8 April). Read More »

A damp and dreary Brands Hatch played host to the latest round of the Circuit Rally Championship and it saw Mark Kelly & Andy Baker (Escort MkII) take victory by six seconds. Their lead had been up over 20 seconds after two stages but Chris West & Keith Hounslow (306 Maxi) closed in through the rest of the rally and piled on the pressure for the afternoon’s 4 stages. 2nd overall was West’s reward after an attacking drive with 2016/7 Circuit Rally Champions Ian Woodhouse & Jason Leaf (Escort MkII) rounding out the podium, a further 17 seconds behind. Read More »

Adrian Flux Subaru Racing driver Ash Sutton has won the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after a fascinating weekend of racing at Brands Hatch.

In the first race, Ash scored a 3rd place podium finish with rival Colin Turkington finishing in 15th position, meaning Ash extended his lead to 24 points. Read More »