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Airwaves Racing to run at least two Ford Focus STs for the 2011 BTCC season

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hawth - Unregistered

December 09, 2010 12:49 PM

i think this is a positive move, as an owner of a 3 series bmw and a focus st i'm split between the brands but from a BTCC view point it makes sense, BMW have not been investing in the series enough and ford have made big steps forward, both companies have been restricted on the grid (BM's had a longer first gear, smaller turbo restrictor for the ford)but the lpg cars last year really got in the mix (and prompted the usual Mr Plato moan tirade, he he). Also this should give messers Chilton and Onslow-Cole a bit more of a challenge as they looked too good last year

chrischats - Unregistered

December 13, 2010 4:20 PM

I didn't realise Ford or BMW were investing in the series at sll? I have to agree with BAZ I'm a Chevvy fan too but a great move by Dave Bartrum! I would love to see his driver line up the same as 2010 just imagine what Jackson and Kane could do with that car! They are both far better than "TomTom"

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