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Inside Racing: BTCC engineers at work

The latest instalment of Inside Racing takes a look over the shoulders of technicians and engineers in the MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Welcome to the latest high-octane edition of Inside Racing - the show that brings you all the latest news, exciting and informative features and insider gossip from every sphere of motorsport across the globe right the way through the 2011 campaign.

No ordinary racing programme, Inside Racing leaves the others standing on the starting grid and trailing in its wheel tracks, with celebrity and lifestyle features as well as viewer participation.

A 30-minute Inside Racing episode will be available to watch right here on Crash.net regularly in 2011, courtesy of our friends at www.rtv-live.de.

This instalment, the final one for 2011, includes a look over the shoulders of technicians and engineers in the MSA British Touring Car Championship, a focus on the International German Motorbike (IDM) Championship finale and lots, lots more...

To put yourself in the picture and get your latest Inside Racing fix of 2011, simply click on the following links:

Inside Racing Part I (Includes a look at the International German Motorbike (IDM) Championship finale, the BTCC and the very early motor racing pioneers...)

Inside Racing Part II (Extreme winter tyre testing and the Freestyle.ch 2011 in Zurich)



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