Inside BTCC: Plato on fire!

The latest Inside BTCC looks back at the fourth round of the 2013 BTCC season at Oulton Park and previews the action to come at Croft this weekend
Jason Plato showed Honda won't have it all their own way in this season's BTCC title race with a fine performance at Oulton Park – where he took two wins to close on Matt Neal in the title race.

The MG man is now within striking distance in the points as the series heads to Croft for the fifth round of the year, with Andy Jordan still between him and Neal in a title race that is bubbling up nicely ahead of the trip to the North East.

In the latest edition of Inside BTCC, there is a look at how Plato and Jordan shared victory in the three races at Oulton Park, while Plato talks about the strongest showing for MG to date this year.

At the other end of the scale, there is also a catch up with one of the smallest teams on the grid in the shape of BMR Restart to see how they are enjoying life in the BTCC and look at the changes being made at Motorbase for the Croft weekend…

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