Colin Turkington says now the time has come for him to 'get the job done' as he stands on the cusp of his second Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship title at Brands Hatch.

Five years after winning his first BTCC title at the wheel of a West Surrey Racing-prepared Team RAC BMW 320si, Turkington looks set to seal his second for the same team, but this time driving the eBay Motors backed BMW 125M.

Indeed, despite another strong weekend at the penultimate Silverstone round, closest rival Jason Plato did just enough to keep himself mathematically involved, though Turkington's 50 point advantage means he has a relatively comfortable buffer with a maximum of 67 points available at Brands Hatch.

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With this in mind, Turkington - who has finished no lower than four in 17 of the last 19 races - says he is simply focused on staying out of trouble.

"It's a huge weekend for the team and I," he said. "Everyone has worked so hard for this and now is the time to get the job done. I'm just looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of the eBay Motors BMW. I'm feeling relaxed and the car should be on the pace, as it has been throughout the year.

"In my mind I have to approach this like any other weekend and I've always said that attack is the best form of defence in the BTCC. Being conservative is not really an option as it can sometimes lead to more trouble - it's best to be fighting at the front. I need to be on the same part of the track as Jason and I'm happy to go toe-to-toe with him if necessary.

"I'm sure it will be pretty intense, like it was at Silverstone last time out, but we're up for the fight and I'm looking forward to it. I want this more than ever and I'm so focused on trying to win the championship, which would be just reward for the effort put in by everyone involved."