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TOCA to lower turbo boost for NGTC cars in the British Touring Car Championship

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Steve Gray - Unregistered

April 24, 2011 7:18 PM

Plato is unreal seriously, he won the first two races at brands hatch with minimal difficulty and then as soon as another team has a good weekend he starts crying. Plus how the hell did he know that the turbo cars had an advantage? he got punctured in race 1 and rolled it in race 2 and then got back up to 6th in the third race so it dont seem like he has a lack of pace there. The guy needs to give up and retire me thinks. To quote James Thompson "The blokes a clown he should be juggling balls in a circus"

Mr M - Unregistered

April 26, 2011 3:03 PM

I was at Brands and on the start finish line when Plate went through, his car was actually visibly faster!! However, he knew it would be difficult at Donnington as it is not as easy to make ground on that track as it is tight and narrow. Mat Jackson said that it would be to his advantage and he was right. I think he could be a contender for the Championship. Thruxton could thow out alot of the turbo machines as it is a track that is well know for its ability to eat tyres to shreds!!

touring car tel - Unregistered

April 28, 2011 4:27 PM

I gather the reduced turbo boost is down to complaints from J Plato.Can,t fault the man for his driving skill,but bit of a moaner when other cars are performing better.All cars had the chance to convert to the new turbo engine and it can only be Silverlines fault if they decided to stay with the old format,but after all two wins at Brands and a fabulous drive in a "wheelbarrow" in the last at Donnington shows it aint no slouch, so stop moaning Jase and do what you do best, show everyone else how to drive a touring car.

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