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Race results (2) - Knockhill

A second win of the day for Rob Collard comes in the second race of the weekend at Knockhill
1. Rob Collard eBay Motors BMW 320si 25min 47.177secs
2. Tom Onslow-Cole eBay Motors BMW 320si +3.239secs
3. Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic +11.127secs
4. Paul O'Neill Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis +15.871secs
5. Nick Foster eBay Motors BMW 320si +17.545secs
6. Aron Smith Redstone Racing Ford Focus +21.783secs
7. Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing Honda Civic +22.003secs
8. Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic +24.775secs
9. Jeff Smith Pirtek Racing Honda Civic +27.072secs
10. Dave Newsham Team ES Racing.com Vauxhall Vectra +40.372secs
11. Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 +45.279secs
12. Andy Neate MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 +52.310secs
13. Lea Wood BINZ Racing Vauxhall Vectra +54.804secs
14. Robb Holland Team HARD Honda Civic +1 lap

Did not finish:

5. Mat Jackson Redstone Racing Ford Focus 23 laps completed
10. Adam Morgan Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis 15 laps completed
12. Daniel Welch Welch Automotive Proton Persona 0 laps completed
13. Chris James Team ES Racing.com Vauxhall Vectra 0 laps completed
18. Frank Wrathall Dynojet Toyota Avensis Did not start

Fastest lap:

Rob Collard eBay Motors BMW 320si 53.058secs


Tagged as: BMW , Collard , Knockhill , ebay

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Colin Turkington (GBR) eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport
Colin Turkington (GBR) eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport
Colin Turkington (GBR) eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport
Colin Turkington (GBR) eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport
Colin Turkington (GBR) eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport
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Colin Turkington (GBR) eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport

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whitew - Unregistered

August 27, 2012 9:17 AM

Yesterday was a good example of how the BTCC has messed with the rules and ruined the sport. The S2000 cars had such an advantage over the NGTC cars................ and I thought that the NGTC cars were the way forward. Saying that it was a great performance form Collard and Onslow Cole



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