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Neotax
I thought i post some info on the BTCC not sure if any of DS memebers follow it ..

But today was the BTCC media day

Confirmed drivers so far biggrin.gif

Silverline Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze
Jason Plato British
Alex MacDowall British

Team Honda Honda Civic
Matt Neal British
Gordon Shedden British

Airwaves BMW BMW 320si E90
Mat Jackson British A
Steven Kane British

WSR BMW 320si E90
Robert Collard British
Andy Neate British

Team Aon Ford Focus ST
Tom Onslow-Cole British
Tom Chilton

Special Tuning UK SEAT Leon
Tom Boardman British

Boulevard Team Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe
Martin Johnson British

Sunshine.co.uk with Tech-Speed Motorsport Honda Integra
John George British
Paul O'Neill British

Forster Motorsport BMW 320si E90
Martin Depper British
Arthur Forster British

Central Group Racing Honda Integra
Lea Wood British Central Group Racing Honda Integra

Pinkney Motorsport Vauxhall Vectra
David Pinkney British

Pirtek Racing Vauxhall Vectra
Andrew Jordan British

Triple Eight Race Engineering Vauxhall Vectra
TBA
TBA

TH Motorsport Honda Civic Type R
Matt Hamilton British

AmD Milltek Racing.com VW Golf MK5
Shaun Hollamby British

cant wait for the new season to start biggrin.gif
Neotax
The Cars

Airwaves BMW BMW 320si E90


Pinkney Motorsport Vauxhall Vectra Running the new NTGC enegine


Central Group Racing Honda Integra


Forster Motorsport BMW 320si E90


Sunshine.co.uk with Tech-Speed Motorsport Honda Integra


Silverline Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze


Boulevard Team Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe


AmD Milltek Racing.com VW Golf MK5

follow there blog from start to finish if u ever woundered what work is involded in building a race car fpr the BTCC

Team Aon Ford Focus ST, Running LPG power fuel


WSR BMW 320si E90


Pirtek Racing Vauxhall Vectra Running the new NTGC enegine


Special Tuning UK SEAT Leon


Team Honda Honda Civic


TH Motorsport Honda Civic Type R
Picture posted soon

Triple Eight Race Engineering Vauxhall Vectra
Picture posted soon

2010 Calendar


1 Thruxton 04/Apr/2010
2 Rockingham 25/Apr/2010
3 Brands Hatch GP 02/May/2010
4 Oulton Park 06/Jun/2010
5 Croft 20/Jun/2010
6 Snetterton 08/Aug/2010
7 Silverstone 22/Aug/2010
8 Knockhill 05/Sep/2010
9 Donington Park 19/Sep/2010
10 Brands Hatch Indy 10/Oct/2010
Neotax
Plato, Cruze set the pace

QUOTE
Jason Plato and Chevroletís new Cruze threw down the gauntlet for their rivals with the fastest ever British Touring Car lap recorded around the Brands Hatch Indy circuit during official testing for the Dunlop-backed championship today.

During the afternoon session, 2001 champion Plato set a scintillating lap time of 48.662s in the Cruze as Gordon Shedden (Team Honda), Steven Kane (Airwaves BMW) and Tom Chilton (Aon Ford Focus) made it four different makes of car in the top four. Ultimately, it was a fantastic response from Plato who missed the morning session after a steering problem on his car


BTCC.net



Picutres from media

All thanks to my mate lee smile.gif i was hoping to go today .. i couldnt go i got called into work :'(

http://rides.webshots.com/album/577095554SZUYpb
clarkma5
Wow I had no idea there was such a variety of cars in the BTCC. I follow the WTCC and I always figured the BTCC was the same but at a lower level of competition.
Neotax
in 2009 going into the final race meeting .. any1 of 3 drivers could of won the championship

and the end colin turkington ended up winning by 1 point after jason plato won all 3 races on the final day

it was nail biting stuff ..

and some good door to door racing

1st round race 3 of the day Btcc 2009



Last round 1st race of the day Btcc


Highlight of 2009 Btcc


Final race of the Btcc 2009 some dirty play by mate neal in the vxr vectra to help team mate gio for the championship





bobo27
What are the specs on those cars? are they all the same, level playing field or do they have classes. How can a fwd cruze keep up with a rwd bmw?
moe
BTCC used to be the shit back in the day. I think it was the mid-90s where every major manufacturer was involved.
Neotax
BTCC regulations

TYPES OF CAR

The BTCC is open to drivers, manufacturers and teams using two types of car: either BTC Touring or "Super 2000". BTC Touring is for cars that were built to meet the technical specifications introduced in 2001. Super 2000 is for the cars that meet the technical specifications currently used in the FIA World Touring Car Championship. Both types of cars will compete for the BTCC outright, with no separate "class" system. A ballast system is used to bridge any performance gap and this can be reviewed five times during the season. Uniquely, cars competing in the BTCC can use either petrol, diesel or gas-powered engines.

NATIONAL HOMOLOGATION OF S2000 CARS

A Competitor not registered in the BTCC Manufacturers Championship may make application to the Administrator to Homologate a car solely for the BTCC that fully complies with Art 263 Super 2000 of the FIA Technical Regulations and the FIA Super 2000 Homologation Regulations as published by the FIA at the 1st April 2005 subject to the following:
If a car is FIA homologated for S2000 then National Homologation is not permitted and any cars entered must be run to that FIA homologation.
If a car is FIA homologated in Groups A & N then a BTCC S2000 Kit will be homologated by TOCA for use in the BTCC.
If a car is not FIA homologated the Group A & N plus the S2000 Kit will be homologated by TOCA for use in the BTCC.
Any TOCA homologation for the BTCC would be chassis based.
If a Manufacturer subsequently FIA homologates a S2000 Kit or in Groups A & N these FIA homologations would supersede the BTCC homologations but would not obsolete existing cars.

RACE FORMAT

All 10 BTCC meetings feature three rounds of equal distance, each counting towards a driver's championship points total. All races commence with a standing start off the grid. There are no mandatory pitstops: each race is a straight sprint race to the chequered flag.

FREE PRACTICE

The BTCC action on each race weekend begins on the Saturday morning with two 40-minute free practice sessions. If a session is disrupted, the BTCC's Clerk of the Course is not obliged to resume it.

OFFICIAL QUALIFYING

A 30-minute qualifying session is held on Saturday afternoon. This determines the starting grid order for the first of Sunday's three races. Should two drivers set the same time, the one setting it first will be ahead of the other on the grid.

STARTING GRIDS

The first race's starting grid takes the order from Saturday afternoon's qualifying session. Race two's starting grid is decided by the finishing order in race one. Race three's starting grid is decided by the finishing order in race two, but with the added twist of the top ten positions being reversed.

Drivers retiring from the race will be allocated starting positions for the next race depending on the number of laps completed before retiring. The free practice, qualifying, race and starting grid process is repeated at each race meeting.

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS SYSTEM

Points are awarded in every race and all 30 rounds are counted. There are five titles to be won: Drivers' Championship, Manufacturers' Championship, Teams' Championship, Independents' Trophy for Drivers, Independent Teams' Trophy.

BTCC CHAMPIONSHIP FOR DRIVERS

In each race, the following points are awarded to classified finishers:
1st - 15 points
2nd - 12
3rd - 10
4th - 8
5th - 6
6th - 5
7th - 4
8th - 3
9th - 2
10th - 1

i - Pole position: One additional point will be awarded to the driver who starts on pole position for the first race of each meeting.

ii - Fastest lap: One additional point will be awarded to the driver setting the fastest lap in each race. If two or more drivers achieve the same fastest lap time each will be awarded one point.

iii - Race leader: One additional point will be awarded to each driver who is classified as the race leader (on crossing the start/finish line during the course of the race) during each race. A driver can only earn this point once, irrespective of how many times he or she has led that race.

BTCC INDEPENDENTS TROPHY FOR DRIVERS

Independent drivers are not manufacturer-supported. Points are awarded as per the BTCC Drivers Championship, but with no additional points for Pole Position, Fastest Lap or leading a race. Independents Trophy competitors also score points in the BTCC Drivers Championship.

BTCC CHAMPIONSHIP FOR MANUFACTURERS

Points are awarded to a maximum of three nominated cars of the same make, provided they are listed as a classified finisher in the final results. Points are awarded as per the BTCC Drivers Championship, but without additional points for Pole Position, Fastest Lap or leading a race. Manufacturers must nominate their three points-scoring cars at or before the drivers briefing at each race meeting.

BTCC CHAMPIONSHIP FOR TEAMS

Points are awarded to the two highest-placed cars from each team in each race (provided they are listed as a classified finisher in the final results). Points are awarded as per the BTCC Drivers Championship, but without additional points for Pole Position, Fastest Lap or leading a race.

BTCC INDEPENDENTS' TEAM TROPHY

The Independents' Team Trophy: Independent teams will be regarded as those who are not entered with Manufacturer support. Points will be awarded to the teams listed as classified finishers in the Final Results at each Race. Teams that qualify for entry into the Independents Teams Trophy will also score points in the Teams Championship.

POINTS AWARDS

If two or more drivers, teams or manufacturers finish the season with the same number of points, the higher place in the Championship shall be awarded to:

- the holder of the greatest number of first places.
- if the number of first places is the same, the holder of the greatest number of second places.
- if the number of second places is the same, the holder of the greatest number of third places and so on until a winner emerges.

INDEPENDENTS

A driver/team will be classed and registered as an independent driver/team and be eligible for any points available as part of the Independents' Trophy for Drivers and/or Independents' Team Trophy provided that he/she and/or the team entering the driver meets the following minimum criteria:

- is the bona fide owner of the competing car and components used in the competition or otherwise enters into a commercial arrangement with regard to the leasing, rental or hire purchase of the car with the owner of the car and/or
- is given the use of the competing car and components as a result of an award, competition or prize previously approved by the Administrator and which is open to more than 10 contestants and
- does not receive any substantial and direct or indirect financial assistance from any manufacturer or importer above the level which would normally be available to other competitors who may compete with the same marque of car and
- ensures that the day to day control and management of the team is not exercised or influenced directly or indirectly by a manufacturer or importer (whether or not registered for the Championship for Manufacturers) and
- has registered their independent status on the drivers registration form

TYRES

Dunlop is the BTCC's official tyre supplier. Competitors are each permitted a maximum of 16 new slick tyres plus four previously marked tyres per driver per Meeting, except at a driver's first Meeting where a maximum of 20 new tyres may be used and except at the Thruxton Meeting where all drivers will be permitted a maximum of 20 new tyres of an alternative specification. Tyres from the Thruxton Meeting cannot be used as previously marked tyres at any other Meeting. Substitute drivers are permitted a maximum of 16 new tyres plus the four previously marked tyres of the driver they have substituted. There is no limit on the number of grooved tyres. The use of tyre warmers is prohibited.

SUCCESS BALLAST

A system of "Race success ballast" weight handicaps will be applied to drivers in the BTCC at the end of the first and second Races at each Meeting based on the order of finishing published by the official timekeepers as authorised by the BTCC Clerk for each of those Races prior to any judicial action in respect of any Sporting or Technical issue.

The success ballast awarded after the First Race will be effective for the Second Race in the same Meeting. The success ballast awarded after the Second Race will be effective for the Third Race in the same Meeting.

There will be no accumulation of success ballast weight.

The race results of any guest driver will be disregarded for the purpose of determining success ballast weight handicap.

A system of "Championship success ballast" weight handicap will be applied to the top 5 drivers in the BTCC by the BTCC Clerk at the end of the third Race at each Meeting based on the order in the Drivers Championship published by the official timekeepers as authorised by the BTCC Clerk prior to any judicial action in respect of any Sporting or Technical issue. The Championship success ballast will not be applicable for Meeting No.1 of the Championship.

The Championship success ballast awarded after the Third Race of a Meeting will be effective for the free practice sessions, official qualifying session and the First Race at the following Championship Meeting.

A success ballast weight handicap will be applied to drivers finishing in the first Race and the second Race at each Meeting and in the order in the Drivers Championship after the third Race at each Meeting according to the following scale: -

1st position: +45 Kg
2nd: +36 Kg
3rd: +27 Kg
4th: +18 Kg
5th: +9 Kg
6th or lower: 0 Kg

REVIEW OF HANDICAPS

Weight handicaps, minimum car weights, throttle body size and/or the maximum permitted engine rpm of both types of car can each be reviewed by the BTCC Series Director up to five times during the course of the season

DRIVER DISCIPLINE

A range of penalties can be imposed against offending drivers. These include fines, "drive-through" penalties, point deductions, exclusion from results, suspension from the next race(s) and so on. Video evidence made available within ten days of an incident may be used as grounds for an enquiry, even if the incident has already been investigated.

ENDORSEMENT OF DRIVERS' LICENSES

Should a driver be attributed a total of eight or more penalty points by the BTCC Clerk and/or the BTCC Stewards during the current Championship, the BTCC Clerk will deduct up to a maximum of 8 Championship points from the total score of that driver even if this results in a minus score.

Should a driver subsequently be attributed a total of 12 or more penalty points by the BTCC Clerk and/or the BTCC Stewards during the current Championship, the BTCC Clerk will deduct up to a maximum of 23 Championship points from the total score of that driver even if this results in a minus score. In addition, the BTCC Clerk will refer the matter to the Administrator who may impose further penalties.

The deduction of Championship points in this way will only apply to the Drivers' Championship, the Independents Trophy for Drivers Championship and will not apply to the Manufacturers' or Teams' Championship or Independents Teams Trophy.

DRIVE-THROUGH PENALITIES

These are served in the pit lane and drivers must serve them within three laps of being instructed to do so. Additional offences may result in a fain or exclusion. Drivers deemed to have committed an offence carrying a drive-through penalty in the last six laps of a race shall instead be punished by means of a time penalty of between 30 and 60 seconds being added to their final race result.

PIT LANE SPEED LIMIT

Competitors must not exceed 40mph while driving in the pit lane. Drivers exceeding this may be fines or lose their qualifying times. If the limit is broken during a race, that driver may be ordered to serve a drive-through penalty.

SAFETY CAR

The BTCC Safety Car may be sent onto the circuit at any time during a race. All laps completed by the Safety Car period will be counted as racing laps.

SPARE CARS

No replacement cars are permitted at any race meeting.

SPARE ENGINES

Entrants are permitted to use a maximum of four engines during the course of the championship. Any extra engines used will result in deduction of ten points from the entrants Manufacturer/Teams Championship scores for each additional engine. Substitute drivers will use the engine allocation of the driver they replace.

RACE STOPPAGES

If the race is stopped before the leader has completed two laos it will be delcared null and void. The race may be re-started with competitors taking their original grid positions. If the race is stopped after the leader has completed two laps but before the 75 per cent of the scheduled distance it may be restarted. Competitors will line up on the starting grid for the re-start in the order of their positions when the race was stopped. Race results will be decided by the finishing order at the end of the restarted race only. Competitors not running when the race was stopped may be permitted to rake the restart at the discretion of the BTCC Clerk of the Course, but from the back of the grid. If the race is stopped after the leader has completed 75 per cent of the original distance then the BTCC Clerk of the Course is not obliged to restart it and may declare it a final result.

WET RACES

Competitors will be permitted two reconnaissance laps before forming on the starting grid, if the BTCC Clerk of the Course decides that conditions have deteriorated sufficiently since qualifying. The onus is on competitors to ensure their cars are fitted with a tyre suitable for the track conditions at the time. At the order of the BTCC Clerk, if conditions have deteriorated while competitors and their teams are on the starting grids, they will be permitted to fit treaded, wet weather tyres.

FALSE STARTS

Competitors judged to have made a false start will serve a drive-through penalty.

TESTING

Testing is unrestricted until 7 days before the start of the first Championship Meeting.

During the course of the Championship testing will be permitted for entrants on Circuit General Test Days up to a maximum of 4 days per registered driver. This testing cannot be undertaken at a venue that hosts a Meeting of the Championship until after that Meeting. The venue and the purpose of the test must be notified at least 48 hours in advance to the Co-ordinator, only previously marked dry weather tyres are permitted, a Championship sealed engine must be used. TOCA reserves the right to attend all such tests, costs of this attendance will be charged to the entrant.

Testing will be permitted at official BTCC tests.

Registered teams and drivers may nominate a venue within the UK (but not including any venue that hosts rounds of the Championship) upon registration that they may use for shakedown tests during the course of the Championship. This is the only venue they may use for such a test unless with the prior written approval of the Administrator.

Prior to undertaking a shakedown test, the team concerned must notify the Co-ordinator in writing a minimum of 48 hours prior to the commencement of the test. TOCA reserves the right for a BTCC Official to attend such a test as an observer.

A shakedown test is deemed to be a short operations check on a car prior to the car being presented for a BTCC Race Meeting. Prior to the first BTCC Race Meeting only Dunlop tyres marked and used at one of the BTCC test sessions are permitted. Thereafter, Dunlop tyres marked and used at the previous Race Meeting are the only tyres permitted.

RACE NUMBERS

Numbers 1-10 inclusive will be allocated to the top ten drivers from the previous season of the MSA British Touring Car Championship. Any of these numbers not used by a previous season driver will only be re-allocated at the sole discretion of the Administrator. All other numbers will be allocated at the Co-ordinator's discretion.

What is the BTCC?

The British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) is the premier 'saloon' car racing series in the UK. The first season of the BTCC was in 1958, and at this point the championship was considerably different to that which can be seen today. From '58 right through until 1991, the championship consisted of numerous classes, separating the entrants based on the type of car that they were driving.

1991 marked the beginning of what became known as the 'Super-Touring Era'. The class system was abandoned and a 'simplified' set of rules was adopted, which meant that spectators could relate more closely to many of the cars on the track. The cars used were limited to 2.0 litre engines, and were based primarliy on every day road-going models. This 'fast and furious' style of racing produced many thrills and spills and had a very large following at the peak of its 10 year life-span. However, towards the end, technologies advanced and fewer manufacturers were prepared to put up the multi-million pound budgets required to complete a season. 2000 was the last season of 'Super-Touring', as the series organisers realised something had to be done to reverse the trend of spiralling costs.

It was announced during the 2000 season that Alan Gow and his team would stand down at the end of the year, and control of the series would be taken over by Richard West and British Motorsport Promoters. A radical new format for the series was unveiled, and 2001 was proclaimed as a 'building year'.

The new regulations were intended to limit the amount of development that was possible with the cars, and considerably reduce the budgets required to run the cars. 2 litre engines remained, but they were limited to 270bhp, and could only be modified to improve reliability. Another major cost-cutting factor came in the area of aerodynamics. The cars could not have expensive aero-packs, but wings and bodywork modifications should only be for cosmetic effect. Suspension should be based on the road-going versions, but as with the engines, strengthened for reliability. Numerous 'standard' parts were introduced for all competitors, including a six-speed sequential gearbox to be used in all cars.

It was expected that an average budget, to design, develop and build a two-car team would be approximately £1.5 million, as opposed to £6-10 million for the 2000 season.

The current regulations are based substantially on those from 2001, with, as ever, minor tweaks. The cars that can be seen on the track are very similar to those found on the road, and the limited development work allowed on the cars, combined with the fact that no team will have a significant 'head-start' this year, means that close, exciting, and controversial racing is guaranteed throughout the year.

Alan Gow returned to the helm of the BTCC midway through the 2003 season, and has continued to rebuild the profile of the series. One of the first impacts of his return was the announcement that the BTCC would accommodate European (ETCC, now known as the WTCC due to it's World Championship status) specification cars from 2004 onwards, opening the door to the BTCC for a large number of manufacturers. Although this initially only attracted SEAT as a manufacturer team, it opened the door for teams to develop S2000 specification cars. It has subsequently led to a number of marques returning to the BTCC in the hands of independents, with cars purchased from manufacturers competing in the WTCC.

The profile of the BTCC has also risen steadily in the past few years, following a slump after it's world fame in the 1990s. This began with Motors TV covering the series and all it's support races live on it's digital satellite channel across the UK and Europe in 2003. ITV1 increased it's coverage in 2004 to include live coverage of several BTCC meetings, with the series getting live terrestrial TV presence for the first time since 2000 and the final year of 'Super-Touring'. In 2008, ITV4 took over the 'all-day' BTCC and support race coverage. Additionally, a deal was signed with Dennis Publishing, owner of the Auto Express, Evo and Maxim titles, which has also increased the presence of the BTCC in the printed media, bringing the series to a more mainstream motoring audience. As well as putting attendance numbers up again, all this media interest and the raise in profile has helped encourage the arrival of well-known sponsors' names into the championship, with the manufacturer brands of Vauxhall and SEAT being joined by such famous companies like Halfords and RAC.

The quantity and quality of entries has improved dramatically since those uncertain early days of the new era in 2001, with many young drivers coming through the ranks to take the place of the old guard who had either retired or moved onto pastures new with the demise of 'Super-Touring'. In some cases even the young drivers themselves haved moved on to bigger things, with the BTCC to thank for putting them in the spotlight. Add a mix of enthusiastic independent drivers who have worked their way up the ranks the hard way and the presence of a superstar in world touring cars in Fabrizio Giovanardi and the BTCC clearly has plenty to offer.
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Neotax
QUOTE(moe @ Mar 24 2010, 10:52 AM) *
BTCC used to be the shit back in the day. I think it was the mid-90s where every major manufacturer was involved.


that would be the 'Super-Touring Era'

the votes was split between that and the super 2000 era

but the last 9 years weve seen some of the best racing within the BTCC without all the

stupid days of the 'Super-Touring Era' and the manufacturers going nuts ..
Bjorn
QUOTE(clarkma5 @ Mar 23 2010, 04:56 PM) *
Wow I had no idea there was such a variety of cars in the BTCC. I follow the WTCC and I always figured the BTCC was the same but at a lower level of competition.


Ya, I watched some WTCC a few years ago and it was nothing but Seats and BMWs, with a few Chevrolets thrown in for good measure. BTCC I find is much more interesting, and easier to follow thanks to the numerous manufacturers.

I didn't see Fabrizio Giovanardi on your list of drivers. Did he retire?
Neotax
QUOTE(Bjorn @ Mar 24 2010, 06:11 PM) *
I didn't see Fabrizio Giovanardi on your list of drivers. Did he retire?



No as vauxhall had pulled the plug on the btcc triple eight are not a manufacturers tema no more

and as gio was contracted to vauxhall hence why he is not on the list !

but with that being said there is rumours that he is coming and drving for triple who now are a independent team

but will still be drving the vectras from 2009

if gio doesnt come back he will be missed with his flair 1 hell of a driver and shame he didnt make it 3 titles in a row
tune
BTCC was brilliant last year, I went to the Silverstone round and probably will again this year, maybe get to Rockingham too.

The last round at Brands was excellent - felt sorry for Tom Chilton though, they'd had a dogged season and was so close to winning his first race in the Focus, only for Plato to nick it on the drag to the finish. Superb stuff!

Would definitely recommend, I follow WTCC as well and I think BTCC often provides better entertainment.
Neotax
im not a huge fan of the WTCC but following my personal mate hazza aka harry vaulkhard and bamboo since his swap over from BTCC

this season will be the first time i be watching the all of WTCC for the first time since 5 years ago
RallyCat909
Pffft, I'd rather see race cars as opposed to these somber looking grocery store pasture livestock buzzing around. Dont get me wrong, I love BTCC, but the cars look lame. This PC shit about too much aerodynamic aids and horsepower is for pussies. None of the cars are memorable to look at unless you are looking for differences in livery.

Blah racing in the late 70's and 80's, thats what I miss. Ford Sierra Cossie....Mmmmmm.
Neotax
QUOTE(RallyCat909 @ Mar 28 2010, 03:22 PM) *
Ford Sierra Cossie....Mmmmmm.



drool3.gif drool3.gif drool3.gif one hell of a sexy car
Neotax
TH Motorsport Honda Civic Type R


Triple Eight Race Engineering Vauxhall Vectra


Updated new pictures what was missing

Fabrizio Giovanardi signed a last minute deal and 1 race meeting with uniq

and i think he might of sealed a whole season with them as he won Race 1 & 2

top10 champoinship standing after round 1


01/ Fabrizio Giovanardi 38
02/ Jason Plato 31
03/ Mat Jackson 28
04/ Paul O'Neill 23
05/ Steven Kane 19
06/ Matt Neal 12
07/ Gordon Shedden/ 11
08/ Alex MacDowall 11
09/ Philip Glew 9
10/ Tom Boardman 6


Thruxton Rd1 Race 1

1) Gio
2) Plato
3) Jackson

Thruxton Rd1 Race 2

1) Gio
2) Neal
3) O'Neil

Thruxton Rd1 Race 3

1) Kane
2) Jackson
3) Plato
moe
QUOTE(RallyCat909 @ Mar 28 2010, 06:22 PM) *
Pffft, I'd rather see race cars as opposed to these somber looking grocery store pasture livestock buzzing around. Dont get me wrong, I love BTCC, but the cars look lame. This PC shit about too much aerodynamic aids and horsepower is for pussies. None of the cars are memorable to look at unless you are looking for differences in livery.


You mean like what WRC has become?
RallyCat909
QUOTE(moe @ Apr 5 2010, 09:40 AM) *
You mean like what WRC has become?




Hah, I fully agree with you.
Neotax
See the Highlights Click me for highlights of the BTCC
Bjorn
Good first round, I was surprised by the tire problems.
Neotax
3 rounds from rockingham

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Neotax
BRANDS HATCH GP - Sunday 2nd May 2010

http://www.itv.com/sport/btcc/racevideoarchive/default.html

Brands hatch seems to bring out some of the best saves in the btcc

last year this



this year

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