BTCC » Plato hails 'best day in BTCC' after two wins

Jason Plato was celebrating wins in two out of the three BTCC races this weekend at Silverstone, which he called 'one of the best days in my BTCC career'.

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go - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 1:23 PM

"We've made more progress with our MG6 in fact it's a rocketship" unfu*nbelievable! the nerve of this man to act so arrogant knowing the boost handicap on his rivals!! they should just name the BTCC the Jason Plato Cup!!

Paul - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 1:52 PM

so at brands hatch his car should be slower in a straight line than the honda? cant see that happening or all the toys would be thrown out of the pram

Bobby B - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 6:33 PM

@merksberks - what are you talking about???

It was easy to see how compromised Honda were against the rest of the field, they were the only cars driving down the inside of the club straight on every lap in an attempt to defend their position.

Dr Thompson - Unregistered

October 08, 2012 9:56 PM

Perhaps if Honda spent less time on & more time at work their cars wouldn't keep catching fire. Wouldn't have to worry about the weight of the marshalls either!

Now, would any of you like to tell me why Plato was at the bottom of the speed trap with such an unfair advantage?

It will be no more tainted this year than it was last year, your're just transparent & pathetic.


October 08, 2012 11:50 PM
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I used to like Plato but he's been graceless and tried every political trick in the book before we even get into on track antics. He's driven people clean of the track and has the cheek to give Aron Smith pelters....remember Sheddon at donnington.

Hopefully the Civic is good enough, mind you I remember Matt Niel's behaviour when Turkington was going for the championship...remember him.

Reckon something unpalatable is coming.

Dr Thompson - Unregistered

October 09, 2012 9:01 AM

@Evsy There is a difference between being slowest car on track & slowest through through the speed trap. The figures for the speed trap are there for everyone to see & certainly put to rest any talk of boost bias or advantage for Plato.

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