BTCC » RML tests Cruze ahead of 2010


Jason Plato tests a Chevrolet Cruze for RML for the first time at Oulton Park

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CyberBob - Unregistered

March 17, 2010 9:05 AM

Lets hope the deal materialises here (which is expected!) I do hope to see Jackson and Turkington back but I fear its the money that is the issue as ever. All the drivers are largely in the same boat sadly.

Great to have more cars, and of a decent size as well! Boy that Cruze is butt ugly though!

ChrisChats - Unregistered

March 17, 2010 9:08 AM

I can't believe for one minute that Mat Jackson doesn't have any money, following the sale of two BMW's to the Forster Motorsport Team. Great to see Plato out testing, it keep my hopes alive for seeing the best BTCC racer in recent years back on track this year. Whether they partner him with Mat Jackson or Alex MacDowall it really doesn't matter. Mat proved he is worthy of a drive last year and as for Alex MacDowall, what an opportunity it would be for him to be team mate to someone of Jasons calibre!
PLATO TO WIN 2010!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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