Silverline Subaru BMR Racing's Colin Turkington has emerged from the British Touring Car Championship practice running with the quickest time of the weekend after setting the FP2 pace at Rockingham.

While one Levorg hit the top of the timesheets, Turkington's BMR team mate Jason Plato didn't enjoy the same level of productivity within the second 40 minute session after damaging the sump of his Subaru early on.

Turkington proved the only man to dip under the 1 minute 23 barrier having produced a 1 minute 22.914 second effort, putting the double champion 0.148s to the good ahead of the ever present Tom Ingram in second.

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Ingram's best effort came later on in the session whereas Turkington had stamped his marker earlier in proceedings.

A yellow flag on the entrance of Yentwood compromised the final sequence of laps right at the end of the session.

Despite both running a large amount of ballast, Honda duo Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden defied their lack of straight-line speed to go third and fourth while Handy Motorsport's Rob Austin ensured two Toyota's made the top-five in fifth.

FP1 pacesetter Andrew Jordan made a late move up the order to sixth ahead of WIX Racing's Adam Morgan and Team BKR's Aron Smith, who trailed behind the Motorbase Ford in seventh and eighth.

Power Maxed Racing's Hunter Abbott returned to the top ten in ninth, just 0.010s ahead of West Surrey Racing's Rob Collard in tenth.

Just 0.697s separated the times within the top-ten while just over a second covered the top-17 order.