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Welch Motorsport's Paddock Pass – Snetterton

For the 2013 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season, the Welch Motorsport team is putting together a series of behind the scenes documentaries charting its progress during the season.

Produced by melmo Films, the sixth episode looks back at Croft as Dan Welch and David Nye returned to action as the BTCC season resumed at Snetterton.

It was a weekend that promised much on the back of a solid test at the Norfolk circuit but would ultimately turn into one that delivered little – especially for Welch in his NGTC-spec Proton.

Featuring a special guest appearance from Rob Austin as the issue of driving standards raises its head…





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