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Race results (2) - Brands Hatch GP

Gordon Shedden wins the BTCC title but race two victory at Brands Hatch goes to Aron Smith
1. Aron Smith Redstone Racing Ford Focus 35mins 56.647secs
2. Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic +2.615secs
3. Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic +4.489secs
4. Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing Honda Civic +4.979secs
5. Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 +8.829secs
6. Frank Wrathall Dynojet Toyota Avensis +9.503secs
7. Mat Jackson Redstone Racing Ford Focus +9.699secs
8. Jeff Smith Pirtek Racing Honda Civic +13.835secs
9. Lea Wood BINZ Racing Vauxhall Vectra +14.125secs
10. Rob Austin wixracing.co.uk Audi A4 +19.418secs
11. Ollie Jackson AmDTuning.com VW Golf +27.026secs
12. Andy Neate MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 +40.033secs
13. Liam Griffin Redstone Racing Ford Focus +40.974secs
14. Nick Foster eBay Motors BMW 320si +46.584secs
15. Tom Onslow-Cole eBay Motors BMW 320si +46.721secs
16. Chris James Team ES Racing.com Vauxhall Vectra +49.536secs
17. Tony Hughes Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis +49.901secs

Did not finish:

18. Aaron Williamson Team HARD Honda Civic 11 laps completed
19. Adam Morgan Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis 10 laps completed
20. Tony Gilham Team HARD Vauxhall Insignia 7 laps completed
21. Dave Newsham Team ES Racing.com Vauxhall Vectra 5 laps completed
22. Dan Welch Welch Motorsport Proton Persona 5 laps completed
23. Rob Collard eBay Motors BMW 320si 0 laps completed
24. Will Bratt wixracing.co.uk Audi A4 0 laps completed


Fastest lap:

Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic 1min 44.571secs



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Aron Smith (GBR) Motorbase Performance Ford Focus ST
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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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Jen - Unregistered

October 22, 2012 11:59 PM

I did think that Rob Collard would initially blame Shedden until he'd seen the footage (or his team had informed him otherwise) However I was quite quite disappointed to see Collard still blaming Shedden at the end of race 3. It was all caught on camera! Plato bumped Shedden (more than once) who in turn hit Collard.



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