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Race results (3) - Croft

1. Fabrizio Giovanardi VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra 35min 21.211secs C
2. James Thompson Team Dynamics Honda Civic +2.144secs I C
3. Stephen Jelley Team RAC BMW 320si +2.693secs I
4. Andrew Jordan VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra +3.362secs C
5. Jason Plato Racing Silverline Chevrolet Lacetti +6.951secs I
6. Colin Turkington Team RAC BMW 320si +7.878secs I
7. Rob Collard Airwaves BMW BMW 320si +11.718secs I
8. Matt Neal VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra +12.632secs C
9. Jonathan Adam Airwaves BMW BMW 320si +13.092secs I
10. Tom Chilton Team Aon Ford Focus ST +13.869secs I C
11. Martyn Bell Sunshine.co.uk with Tech-Speed Honda Integra +34.348secs I B
12. John George TH Motorsport with JAG Honda Integra +1 lap I B

Did not finish:

13. Adam Jones Cartridge World Carbon Zero Racing SEAT Leon 10 laps completed I
14. Paul O'Neill Sunshine.co.uk with Tech-Speed Honda Integra 9 laps completed I B
15. Dave Pinkney Team Dynamics Honda Civic 9 laps completed I C
16. James Nash RML Chevrolet Lacetti 3 laps completed I
17. Martin Johnson Boulevard Team Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupe 3 laps completed I B
18. Tom Onslow-Cole Team Aon Ford Focus ST 2 laps completed I C
19. Dan Eaves Cartridge World Carbon Zero Racing SEAT Leon Did not start I
20. Harry Vaulkhard Tempus Sport Chevrolet Lacetti Withdrawn I
21. Mat Jackson Racing Silverline Chevrolet Lacetti Withdrawn I

Fastest laps:

Andrew Jordan VX Racing Vauxhall Vectra 1min 38.264secs C
Stephen Jelley Team RAC BMW 320si 1min 38.479secs I

C denotes eligible for Manufacturers/Constructors title
I denotes Independent runner
B denotes BTC spec car, all others S2000


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Ben H - Unregistered

June 15, 2009 11:28 AM

Great weekend of racing. But terrible stewarding decisions. That last race should have been postponed for at least 10 mins, i know that they wanted to keep to the TV schedule but the racing would have been so much better if they had just waited (wouldn't have seen so much of the safety car and smashed up cars). Regarding the Neal/Plato incident, yeah it was a mistake on Platos behalf, he misjudged his braking and he was right to get a penalty but what i can't understand is why Matt neals deliberate & reckless driving last time out at Oulton where in two very evident occassions he used other cars as as brake into the hairpin (he ruined adams race) wasn't penalised. Somethin needs to be done!

richard

June 14, 2009 7:02 PM

great move by gio . but re plato, yes the move was a bit naughty, but neal really deserves all he gets as he must be the dirtiest driver on the grid. he has taken plato off, a lot more times than plato has transgressed.



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