BTCC » RML miracle work reduces Plato to tears

Jason Plato reveals that he was left with tears in his eyes after RML managed to get him out for the final race of the BTCC weekend at Donington Park

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mkindy - Unregistered

April 19, 2011 8:45 AM

Oh what a suprise, crash have got the story around their necks again!! Grifiths came across the nose of Shedden leaving him know where to go. Grifiths then tipped into Plato sending him onto the grass... The story reads like Shedden caused the crash when it was Grifiths eratic car control (again) that triggered it all off...

KJBOpel400 - Unregistered

April 19, 2011 4:41 PM

I liked the way Ben and Tim blamed Rob Austin's Audi just because it was in the Gravel Trap a bit further down the road. It was obviously Gordon and Liam that caused the problem and it took them some time to work that out.

NikkiM - Unregistered

April 21, 2011 10:37 AM

I thought the team did well to spot that in fact teh car could be repaired in the time, and then pull it off.

I was at the race and in the paddock after race 3,and saw Plato who was having trouble going up the steps into the race truck after the race, such was the bruising he got in his shunt! Impressed he never complained about that. I am not his biggest fan but is a pro!

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