BTCC Race Reports. Page 15

  • Turkington takes red-flagged win.

    Open article Turkington takes red-flagged win.

    17 July 2005 After a fine start from pole VX Racing's Colin Turkington was unchallenged as he took his first race win of 2005 in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after the race was red-flagged following a tyre barrier damaging off by Mark Proctor.

  • Chilton shines with Oulton victory.

    Open article Chilton shines with Oulton victory.

    19 June 2005 Tom Chilton secured his first win of the 2005 British Touring Car Championship after mastering difficult conditions in race three at a soaking Oulton Park.

  • Happy Fathers Day for Steve as Neal wins race two.

    Open article Happy Fathers Day for Steve as Neal wins race two.

    19 June 2005 Matt Neal gave his father - and team boss - Steve the perfect Fathers Day present by taking his fifth win of the season in race two at Oulton Park.

  • Plato ends SEAT drought in race one.

    Open article Plato ends SEAT drought in race one.

    19 June 2005 Jason Plato has taken his first victory of the 2005 British Touring Car Championship season after fending off the challenge of championship leader Matt Neal in the opening race of the day at Oulton Park.

  • Muller takes race three at Brands.

    Open article Muller takes race three at Brands.

    05 June 2005 VX Racing's Yvan Muller took victory in the third and final race of the day in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch holding off the pacey Team Halfords Integra of Dan Eaves to the chequered flag.

  • Double for Neal, action everywhere.

    Open article Double for Neal, action everywhere.

    05 June 2005 Matt Neal took victory in the second race of the day at Brands Hatch in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, in an epic race with incidents at every turn.

  • Neal wins, Eaves off.

    Open article Neal wins, Eaves off.

    05 June 2005 Team Halfords' Matt Neal took victory in the first race of the day in the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch, whilst team-mate Dan Eaves outbraked himself to end up in the gravel.

  • Eaves takes Thruxton triple.

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    01 May 2005 The Team Halfords Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship steam-roller continued at Thruxton for the third and final race with Dan Eaves driving from tenth place on the grid to a glorious victory.

  • Dan doubles up.

    Open article Dan doubles up.

    01 May 2005 Team Halfords notched up their second 1-2 of the season in the 2005 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after an epic sixteen lap battle in the second race of round two at Thruxton.

  • Eaves leaves the rest behind.

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    01 May 2005 Team Halfords driver Dan Eaves once more showed the Team Dynamics Integra Type R to be the current class of the field in the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship by taking the first race of the day at Thrxton.

  • Dynamic double day at Donington.

    Open article Dynamic double day at Donington.

    10 April 2005 It was a fabulous day for Matt Neal and the entire Team Dynamics run Team Halfords at the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship first round of 2005, with Neal rounding off his day on the podium top step for the second time, with Dan Eaves right on his tail as they crossed the start-finish line.

  • Collard pushes Muller to victory.

    Open article Collard pushes Muller to victory.

    10 April 2005 There might not be many cars in the field for the start of the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship in 2005, but there's no denying the absolute quality of the racing after an epic race two at Donington Park won by the narrowest of margins by Yvan Muller.

  • Neal takes first spoils at Donington.

    Open article Neal takes first spoils at Donington.

    10 April 2005 Yvan Muller looked like taking an easy victory in the first race of 2005 in the British Touring Car Championship, the former champion making a lightening start to take the lead of the race and never be challenged from then until a final lap pass from Team Halfords Matt Neal.

  • Muller masters race, Thompson takes title.

    Open article Muller masters race, Thompson takes title.

    26 September 2004 It couldn't have been much closer, and the final race of the British Touring Car Championship couldn't have been more of a nail-biter, as Yvan Muller took the final race of the day but James Thompson took the title by a single point at Donington Park.

  • Chilton wins as title battle goes to the wire.

    Open article Chilton wins as title battle goes to the wire.

    26 September 2004 With a charging Yvan Muller closing in, Tom Chilton held on to take the second race of the afternoon at Donington, the penultimate round of the 2004 BTCC championship, with second for the Frenchman good enough to ensure that the battle for the title will go to the wire.

  • Plato wins, but Thompson takes title advantage.

    Open article Plato wins, but Thompson takes title advantage.

    26 September 2004 Jason Plato took an easy victory in the first race of the day at Donington Park, but behind him the gloves were off between James Thompson and Yvan Muller in the battle for the championship.

  • Huffy takes second BTCC win.

    Open article Huffy takes second BTCC win.

    05 September 2004 Rob Huff took his second win in the British Touring Car Championship after a fantastic start in the final race of the day at Snetterton.

  • Pole to chequered flag for Hines.

    Open article Pole to chequered flag for Hines.

    05 September 2004 Luke Hines took a pole to chequered flag victory in the second race of the day in the British Touring Car Championship at Snetterton.

  • Thommo all the way at Snetterton.

    Open article Thommo all the way at Snetterton.

    05 September 2004 James Thompson catapulted himself to the top of the British Touring Car Championship standings with a dominant performance in the first race of the day at the Norfolk circuit of Snetterton.

  • Crash, bang, wallop; Huff wins through.

    Open article Crash, bang, wallop; Huff wins through.

    22 August 2004 Two safety car periods and a diminshed field last lap dash to the chequered flag saw Rob Huff take his first victory in the British Touring Car Championship.

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