BTCC Race Reports. Page 13

  • Round 6: Plato wins to extend advantage.

    Open article Round 6: Plato wins to extend advantage.

    22 April 2007 With many of his rivals having hit problems in a carnage filled second race at Rockingham, Jason Plato secured victory in the final race of the weekend to extend his lead in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship standings.

  • Round 5: Giovanardi does it again, chaos reigns.

    Open article Round 5: Giovanardi does it again, chaos reigns.

    22 April 2007 Fabrizio Giovanardi made it two wins from two at Rockingham in a carnage strewn second race for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – which saw just twelve cars still running at the flag.

  • Round 4: Giovanardi leads Vauxhall 1-2.

    Open article Round 4: Giovanardi leads Vauxhall 1-2.

    22 April 2007 Fabrizio Giovanardi has secured his first win of the 2007 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season – and VX Racing's first win with the new Vectra – after a lights to flag victory in race one at Rockingham.

  • Round 3: Neal ensures dream Civic start.

    Open article Round 3: Neal ensures dream Civic start.

    01 April 2007 Against all expectations, Matt Neal secured a dream result for Team Halfords in the third race at Brands Hatch as the new Honda Civic took victory on its maiden outing in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

  • Round 2: Plato doubles up.

    Open article Round 2: Plato doubles up.

    01 April 2007 Jason Plato made it two wins from two at Brands Hatch with a lights-to-flag win in the second race for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

  • Round 1: Plato secures opening honours at Brands.

    Open article Round 1: Plato secures opening honours at Brands.

    01 April 2007 Continuing the form that saw SEAT take five wins from six starts at Brands Hatch last season, Jason Plato claimed victory in the opening race of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season.

  • Round 30: Howell ends Integra reign with win.

    Open article Round 30: Howell ends Integra reign with win.

    15 October 2006 Gareth Howell brought the curtain down on Team Halfords relationship with the Honda Integra with a victory in the final race of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season at Silverstone.

  • Round 29: Jordan injury overshadows Neal victory.

    Open article Round 29: Jordan injury overshadows Neal victory.

    15 October 2006 Matt Neal celebrated his title success with victory in the second race of Finals Day for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship but the race was overshadowed by a high-speed accident involving Team Eurotech driver Mike Jordan.

  • Round 28: Howell's win, Neal's title.

    Open article Round 28: Howell's win, Neal's title.

    15 October 2006 Gareth Howell secured victory in the opening race of Finals Day for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Silverstone as Team Halfords team-mate Matt Neal secured his second straight championship crown.

  • Round 27: Giovanardi takes second victory.

    Open article Round 27: Giovanardi takes second victory.

    24 September 2006 Fabrizio Giovanardi claimed his second victory in as many meetings as the final race at Brands Hatch finally provided the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship fans with some drama.

  • Round 26: Plato doubles up.

    Open article Round 26: Plato doubles up.

    24 September 2006 There was a distinct case of déjà vu at Brands Hatch as Jason Plato secured another lights-to-flag victory in the second race of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship – with Matt Neal and Colin Turkington again alongside him on the podium.

  • Round 25: Plato leads title challengers.

    Open article Round 25: Plato leads title challengers.

    24 September 2006 Jason Plato took a lights-to-flag victory in race one as the three rivals for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship title filled out the podium at Brands Hatch.

  • Round 24: Neal leads historic Halfords 1-2-3.

    Open article Round 24: Neal leads historic Halfords 1-2-3.

    03 September 2006 After the drama of race two at Knockhill, Team Halfords came to the fore in the final race of the eighth round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship as Matt Neal led the team's first ever clean sweep of the podium.

  • Round 22: Plato leads SEAT 1-2.

    Open article Round 22: Plato leads SEAT 1-2.

    03 September 2006 Jason Plato led home team-mate Darren Turner for a one-two finish for SEAT in the opening race for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Knockhill.

  • Round 21: Neal extends lead.

    Open article Round 21: Neal extends lead.

    13 August 2006 After the drama of race two, it was a much more subdued final race of the day for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship as Matt Neal claimed victory in race three at Snetterton.

  • Round 20: Plato doubles up after dramatic finish.

    Open article Round 20: Plato doubles up after dramatic finish.

    13 August 2006 Jason Plato claimed victory in the second race for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton – although Team Halfords might well have something to say about the result after contact between Plato and Matt Neal on the final lap.

  • Round 19: Plato masters conditions.

    Open article Round 19: Plato masters conditions.

    13 August 2006 Jason Plato mastered tricky conditions to claim victory in the opening race for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton as SEAT repeated its qualifying performance with a one-two finish.

  • Round 18: Turkington makes Vauxhall wait.

    Open article Round 18: Turkington makes Vauxhall wait.

    30 July 2006 Colin Turkington claimed victory in race three at Donington Park in what was arguably the most dramatic race of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season – preventing Vauxhall from securing a landmark 100th BTCC win in the process.

  • Round 17: Shedden again as chaos reigns.

    Open article Round 17: Shedden again as chaos reigns.

    30 July 2006 Gordon Shedden made it a double victory for Team Halfords at Donington Park as chaos reigned in the second race for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

  • Round 16: Shedden converts pole for race one win.

    Open article Round 16: Shedden converts pole for race one win.

    30 July 2006 Gordon Shedden made the most of his pole position to claim victory in the opening Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship race at Donington Park.

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