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MG duo Jason Plato and Sam Tordoff aiming for further success in the latest rounds of the BTCC at Croft this weekend

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Jason Plato

June 19, 2013 11:01 PM

Master whitew: oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Do yourself and all the non deluded biased BTCC fans a favour..... Listen to yourself! Seek some help. Best of luck .. JP
(My apology for responding rather harshly to your post but, as I have always said, the downside of the internet is the phenomenal ability for its users to fabricate and/or spread utter hogwash with staggering speed and under the cloak of anonymity.) Great quote eh, and true

frws

June 20, 2013 4:44 PM

Well said Dr. Thompson.
It seems that whitew has something of a personal vendetta against Mr. Plato as, and I quote from a previous post of his or hers, "he wastes a sport I really enjoy."

Then, as it is a sport that you "really enjoy," you will understand by the very nature of the series that you will encounter characters and personalities you are not fond of. That's no excuse to launch into a tirade of abuse at the slightest mention of that individuals' name or team online. Half the appeal of the BTCC to it's fans is the personalities and characters of the drivers.

And just because I do not agree with your viewpoint Master whitew, it does not mean I am a "Plato fanboy." Personally I root for Rob Austin, as he is a driver who appears to give a lot to his fans through the channels of social media, and a solid underdog.

Now sit back, and enjoy the racing! I feel a cheeky punt on Andrew Jordan for the overall championship honours this season :) Let's wait and see!

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