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Forster set to continue BMW preparations

Forster Motorsport heads for Brands Hatch for latest pre-season test ahead of BTCC bow
HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship newcomer Forster Motorsport is set to continue its pre-season testing programme with two days of running at Brands Hatch.

The team will move up to the BTCC in 2010 from the Mini Challenge, having purchased an ex-Mat Jackson BMW 320si from the family-run Jackson MSport team.

Forster intends to field two cars next season for Martin Depper and Arthur Forster, with both drivers spending time behind the wheel for the first test at Silverstone earlier this month.

The team will now heads to Brands Hatch for two more days of running this week as preparations continue for 2010 – which will mark the BTCC debut for the team and both drivers.



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