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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 »

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– 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 »

– 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 »

– ‘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 »

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 »

– 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 »

– Halfords Yuasa Racing’s 2018 BTCC contender officially unveiled
– Striking new-shape Honda Civic Type R to do battle for coveted crown
– Matt Neal and Dan Cammish take to the track at Donington Park

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– The covers come off Honda’s 2018 BTCC challenger
– Testing begins in Spain this week at Parcmotor Castellolí
– Triple champ Matt Neal and debutant Dan Cammish set for first taste of car

Halfords Yuasa Racing’s all-new BTCC Honda Civic Type R broke cover for the first time this morning (27 February) at Parcmotor Castellolí, just outside Barcelona, Spain. Read More »

Triple British Touring Car Champion Matt Neal will make his debut at Race Retro, powered by Motor Sport, at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on Saturday 24 February.

Matt, who is also a record six-time BTCC Independents Champion, will talk about his career as well as signing autographs for enthusiasts at the three-day show.

Starting in Motorcross, Matt moved into cars in 1988, driving in the Ford Fiesta XR2i category. He was the British Group N Champion in 1990 and 1991, before making his BTCC debut with Pyramid Motorsport at Silverstone in a BMW M3. Read More »