Andrew Jordan is hoping to bounce back from a disappointing British Touring Car Championship season opener at round two at Donington Park and says his Triple Eight Racing team are now on top of its set up issues.

The MG4 GT driver finished in solid but unspectacular style in the opening two races at Brands Hatch, taking a seventh and fifth place respectively, before a puncture scuppered his podium battle in race three.

The 2013 BTCC champion says the team got his car set up on point in the final race at the Kent circuit after early problems and is hopeful to carry this into the second round.

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"We had some set-up issues and the car wasn't where we wanted it to be, but we made some big changes for the third race at Brands and it was a lot better," Jordan said.

Jordan says he is excited to return to his home track of Donington Park and is aiming to return to winning ways. The 25-year-old driver has two race wins in BTCC at the Leicestershire track and notched up three top-five finishes at the circuit last year, including a third place in race one.

"Donington is my home track and I love racing there. We had two tests there before the season started and we were quick on the media day. It's a proper old-school fast circuit."

During the pre-season test and media day at Donington in late March Jordan posted sixth fastest time, just a 0.3s off the fastest times.