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– 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 »

– Gordon Shedden to leave Halfords Yuasa Racing
– Honda thanks three-time champion for a decade’s loyal service
– Team-mate Matt Neal praises ‘phenomenal competitor’

Honda and Halfords Yuasa Racing would like to thank Gordon Shedden for his years of loyal service to the brand and team in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), as the Scot departs for a new challenge ahead of the 2018 campaign. Read More »

– Roush Yates Engines wins Special Achievement for Le Mans
– Multimatic win Racecar Aerodynamicist of the Year for the Ford GT
– Team Dynamics and Neil Brown Engineering win Race Engine Designer of the Year
– Magneti Marelli wins the Most Innovative New Motorsport Product of the Year

The unsung heroes behind the success of the Ford GT and the BTCC were recognised in the annual RACE TECH Awards at the World Motorsport Symposium, as was Italian company Magneti Marelli for the high-speed camera it developed for Formula 1.

In developing the GT, Ford relied heavily on its partners of many years Roush Yates Engines and Multimatic and it was these two companies that were honoured for their work. Read More »

Honda Neate16Andy Neate has signed with Team Dynamics to take the third driver position in the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.  Partnering with triple champion Matt Neal and double champion Gordon ‘Flash’ Shedden, Neate will be driving a third factory Honda Civic Type R.

With the third car licence announced at the tail end of last year, today’s announcement ends speculation on the driver joining the championship winning team.

Having claimed the double last year with both the drivers and manufacturers championships, with Flash taking the championship to the wire by pipping Plato to the post by just four points in the last race at Brands Hatch, the Honda works team will be looking to successfully defend both their titles in the 2016 season, which kicks off at the start of April, again at Brands Hatch. Read More »