This weekend, the battle for the BTCC title heads north of the border to Scotland for the seventh round of the season at Knockhill but before that, it’s time to check over the major stats that came out of a bruising meeting at Snetterton. As ever, there were a few surprises to be found… Qualifying: • Gordon Shedden took his first pole since Donington Park […]
With a week having passed since the BTCC field enjoyed the sunshine of Oulton Park, it’s time to sit down and take a look at the major stats that came out of the fourth race weekend of the season.
With a week having passed since the BTCC circus descended on Hampshire for the third meeting of the year, it’s about time to sit down and take a look at the major stats that came out of the race weekend.
A week has now passed since the BTCC headed to Donington Park for the second meeting of the season, so it seemed like a good time to reflect on the main statistics that came out of the weekend.
The new Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season burst into life at Brands Hatch, with three winners from the opening three rounds of the year and the promise of a fascinating championship battle through the rest of the campaign.
With the 2015 season now at an end, we figured it was time to sit down and take stock of the statistics thrown up during the past twelve months.
The penultimate rounds of the BTCC season at Silverstone saw Mat Jackson, Andy Priaulx and Colin Turkington take a win apiece as a five way title showdown was set up for Finals Day at Brands Hatch.
Mat Jackson, Gordon Shedden and Jason Plato took a win apiece at Rockingham during the eighth meeting of the BTCC season.
The Knockhill race weekend was expected to be dominated by BMWs but it didn’t quite turn out that way – with Rob Collard taking one win and the other two going the way of Honda pair Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal.
Colin Turkington took two wins and there was a first success in the BTCC for Jack Goff as the season burst back into life at Snetterton.