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Adam Morgan, Ashley Sutton and Chris Smiley shared the race winning spoils at Rockingham yesterday (12 August), whilst the battle for top spot in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship standings raged between Colin Turkington and Tom Ingram throughout the day.

Ciceley Motorsport with Mac Tools driver Morgan converted his first ever BTCC pole position into a commanding lights-to-flag victory in the opener, with Adrian Flux Subaru Racing star Sutton and Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher’s Tom Chilton completing the podium positions. Read More »

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– Dan Cammish secures double top ten on Rockingham swansong
– Matt Neal fights back from qualifying troubles to aid points challenge
– Halfords Yuasa Racing secure manufacturer victory in final race of the weekend

Halfords Yuasa Racing pair Matt Neal and Dan Cammish battled hard on track to secure vital championship points on a challenging weekend of racing in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Rockingham. Read More »

– Matt Neal on cusp of BTCC lead after historic ‘Diamond Double’ success
– More podium silverware inspires Dan Cammish in hunt for victory
– Confidence high for Rockingham as Halfords Yuasa Racing defend teams’ advantage

Honda will bid to pick up from where it left off as the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship resumes with Rounds 19/20/21 at the tricky and technical Rockingham Circuit following its bountiful haul of points in the ‘Diamond Double’ landmark event. Read More »

Mac Tools with Ciceley Motorsport’s Adam Morgan moved to the summit of the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship standings with victory in the final race in front a record crowd at Thruxton yesterday, following on from points scoring finishes in the first two bouts in Hampshire.

Matt Neal claimed the early bragging rights as he converted pole position into a race one win, before Josh Cook scored his second victory in as many BTCC meetings with victory in the next contest. Read More »

– Matt Neal dominates from pole to claim first win for new Honda Civic Type R (FK8)
– Dan Cammish joins team-mate on rostrum for Halfords Yuasa Racing’s home event
– Successful Thruxton weekend yields three podiums and huge points haul for manufacturer

Halfords Yuasa Racing celebrated a triumphant return to winning ways in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after Matt Neal steered the new Honda Civic Type R (FK8) to a dominant first victory at Thruxton today (20 May). Read More »

– Team Dynamics target a return to winning ways at favourable Thruxton
– New Civic Type R will suit high-speed Hampshire venue. says Neal
– ‘Next step, top step’ for Cammish after BTCC podium breakthrough

Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal and Dan Cammish are targeting a first win for the new Honda Civic Type R (FK8) at one of the team’s most successful proving grounds as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship powers into Thruxton for Rounds 7, 8 and 9 of the 2018 season on 19/20 May. Read More »

– Formula 1 superstars take to the track in iconic single-seater machinery
– Sky and Channel 4 film F1 features as classics meet current day
– Motor sport royalty, Murray Walker, celebrates 70th anniversary of Silverstone’s first Grand Prix
– Quartet of BTCC champions turn out in series’ 60th year
– Record pre-event ticket sales promise biggest and best Classic yet

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– Series newcomer reaches BTCC rostrum in only fourth start
– Yorkshireman storms up standings with second-place finish
– Team-mate Neal showcases skills as he fights through field

Dan Cammish took just four races to make the leap from Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship rookie to podium-finisher and potential title contender, as the Yorkshireman produced a standout performance at Donington Park this weekend (28/29 April). Read More »

Nationwide Accident Repair Services heads to Donington Park for rounds three and four of the Porsche Carrera Cup GB season as Dino Zamparelli aims to extend his Championship lead, while Dan Cammish aims to build on his opening three races in the British Touring Car Championship.

25-year old Bristolian Zamparelli ran away from the PCCGB field despite wet conditions during race one in Kent, opening up over a 10-second lead before slowing his pace to ensure the win. With race two being the series’ first reverse-grid event, Dino started fifth and carefully climbed to third, bringing home valuable points. Read More »

– ‘Home’ advantage for Neal and Team Dynamics at Donington Park
– Drivers tip new Honda Civic Type R to fly in Leicestershire
– Standout BTCC rookie Cammish vows: This time, I’ll make it stick

Halfords Yuasa Racing duo Matt Neal and Dan Cammish are in fighting form as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship speeds towards Donington Park for the second outing of its 2018 campaign next weekend (28/29 April). Read More »