Apr 11, · The first round of the British Touring Car Championship surprised ESM's BTCC Correspondent this year, with a mixture of drama and variety. Whinge, whinge, whinge. Brands Hatch Indy – why do we even bother? It’s a waste of time having a lap that’s just 50 seconds long and hardly allows for overtaking. It’s been like. Watch all of the action live over the course of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season on ITV4, ITV Hub and at timberlandschuheherren.de Sep 30, · BMW driver Colin Turkington secured his third British Touring Car Championship title in the season finale at Brands Hatch - despite failing to score points in two of the three races.
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Ingram could only muster 14th in his Toyota Avensis. Meanwhile, Cammish became the 17th different winner of the season, after battling past pole-sitter Brett Smith, who was driving an older-spec Type R. Cammish and Neal put on a show in the second race, running one-two throughout, despite the best efforts of third-placed Andrew Jordan BMW.
But the attention was on the title rivals behind them, who were both storming through the order. Ingram led the way, fighting his way up to fourth place. We had no tyres left at the end, no brakes left. There was nothing more I could do. Cook had started from pole, but found himself defending from Sutton late in the race. Turkington finished well down the order in 23rd, content to sit back and savour his third BTCC crown.
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