BTCC » Plato wins to extend lead

Jason Plato wins the final BTCC race of the weekend at Knockhill

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September 06, 2010 10:20 AM

2nd race, mcdowall comes almost to a stop at the start so as to let plato have a clear run through. highly dangerous!

later on, caption on the tv "battle for 1st", cue sheddon pulling over to let neal past!

i hate team orders!

Jack Jones - Unregistered

September 07, 2010 8:08 AM

I agree with you Richard, what is the point in having or allowing team orders. The people who make motor sport worthwhile to the teams, circuits and sponsors is the fans. We pay to watch motor RACING. Everyone on the inside in their own little important world tends to forget this.

chrischats - Unregistered

September 07, 2010 5:37 PM

If any of you twa*s were @ knockhill on sunday you would have heard the interview with MacDowall after the race! There were no team orders for him to let Plato through! Remember Plato started 5th on the grid and got into 2nd @ the start of the race! Was that down to MacDowall? I think not! There are so many haters on here and maybe you are a fan but if so then you are a pretty poor one as all you do is slag off the drivers! If ya dont like the team orders watch F1!

chrischats - Unregistered

September 12, 2010 11:55 PM

I thought it wat Matt Neal moaning about the "speed" of the Fords? Who cares neither Tom will be 2010 Champion! Most of the other drivers think they are both a pair of "kids with rich daddies" so i am sure that Plato, Shedden and Neal will bully them out of it! Even Neal and Plato have buried the hatchet!! It also seems that MacDowall is up to pace so i can see him being able to bully them too!

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