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– Halfords Yuasa Racing steal the show at Brands Hatch with double 1-2 successes
– Dan Cammish caps off maiden BTCC campaign by breaking duck with two wins
– New-for-2018 Honda Civic Type R (FK8) collects four wins and 13 podiums in debut season

Halfords Yuasa Racing brought its 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season to a spectacular conclusion at Brands Hatch as Dan Cammish twice led home Matt Neal in a pair of perfect 1-2 results to break his BTCC victory duck. Read More »

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– Honda targets successful end to a positive maiden season racing new Civic Type R (FK8)
– Matt Neal and Dan Cammish come full circle as Brands Hatch bookends thrilling season
– Honda and Halfords Yuasa Racing out to consolidate Manufacturers’ and Teams’ positions

Almost six months on from the maiden race outing for the all-new Honda Civic Type R (FK8), the Halfords Yuasa Racing team returns to the scene of the car’s debut at Brands Hatch for the final round of the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. Read More »

– Dan Cammish takes unassailable lead in Jack Sears Trophy
– Brilliant fight-back earns Matt Neal strong finish on unlucky day at Silverstone
– Honda holds onto second in Manufacturers’ standings

A charging double top ten finish in race three from Honda duo Matt Neal and Dan Cammish ensured a positive conclusion for Halfords Yuasa Racing at Silverstone during Rounds 25/26/27 of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, as Cammish successfully secured the coveted Jack Sears Trophy in his rookie season. Read More »

– Silverstone silverware the target for Honda at iconic ‘Home of British Motor Racing’
– Matt Neal and Dan Cammish buoyant after shedding weight on Civic Type R (FK8)
– Honda and Halfords Yuasa Racing out to make up ground in quest for Manufacturers’ and Teams’ titles

The historic Silverstone Circuit awaits Honda for Rounds 25/26/27 of the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (15-16 September) with Matt Neal and Dan Cammish targeting more milestones as the season enters the title-deciding final stretch. Read More »

– Pole position and top three double for BTCC rookie in Scotland
– Honda Civic Type R proves its prowess come rain and shine
– Matt Neal fights hard for points finish on challenging weekend

A Honda driver has finished on the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship podium at Knockhill every year since 2009, and Dan Cammish kept that proud tradition going this weekend (25/26 August) with a head-turning performance for Halfords Yuasa Racing north of the border. Read More »

– Honda returns to happy hunting ground seeking to continue Knockhill podium run
– Matt Neal and Dan Cammish bidding bounce back at iconic Scottish venue
– Honda and Halfords Yuasa Racing poised in Manufacturers’ and Teams’ reckoning

Honda heads to Scotland for Rounds 22/23/24 of the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at the iconic Knockhill Circuit looking to scale the podium once again in the series’ northernmost event. Read More »

– 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 »