Inside BTCC: The title race hots up

Racing action, former champions and grid girls - they all feature in the latest Inside BTCC
The fight for the 2012 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship is hotting up as the field heads for Rockingham.

The latest edition of the unofficial e-Magazine Inside BTCC looks back at the Knockhill weekend, where there were two wins for Rob Collard and a second success of the season for Dave Newsham, while also previewing the eighth meeting of the year this weekend – where Matt Neal will seek to extend his lead over Honda team-mate Gordon Shedden.

Along the way, there are also numerous features, with a catch-up with former champion Chris Hodgetts ahead of the Britcar 24 Hours and a chat with the BTCC grid girl who is eager to become a racing star herself…

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Mat Jackson, Motorbase Performance, Shredded Wheat [Credit: Motorbase]
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