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Snetterton - Race results (3)

Gordon Shedden wins the final BTCC race of the weekend at Snetterton
1. Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic 32mins 20.912secs
2. Mat Jackson Airwaves Racing Ford Focus +3.090secs
3. Aron Smith Airwaves Racing Ford Focus +10.656secs
4. Adam Morgan Ciceley Racing Toyota Avensis +11.995secs
5. Sam Tordoff MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 GT +12.578secs
6. Colin Turkington eBay Motors BMW 125i M-Sport +12.991secs
7. Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing Honda Civic +13.846secs
8. Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic +18.939secs
9. Rob Collard eBay Motors BMW 125i M-Sport +19.055secs
10. Nick Foster eBay Motors BMW 125i M-Sport +20.445secs
11. Frank Wrathall Dynojet Toyota Avensis +20.925secs
12. Rob Austin Wix Racing Audi A4 +25.712secs
13. Ollie Jackson Speedworks Toyota Avensis +28.131secs
14. Robb Holland RCIB Insurance Racing Vauxhall Insignia +33.626secs
15. Lea Wood Wheel Heaven/Houseman Racing Vauxhall Vectra +34.726secs S
16. Andy Neate Team Club 44 Chevrolet Cruze +36.394secs
17. Tom Onslow-Cole PCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing Volkswagen CC +37.965secs
18. David Nye Welch Automotive Ford Focus +48.765secs S
19. Jeff Smith Pirtek Racing Honda Civic +1min 13.835
20. Dan Welch Welch Automotive Proton Gen-2 5 laps completed

Did not finish:

21. Will Bratt Rob Austin Racing Audi A4 4 laps completed
22. Jack Goff RCIB Insurance Racing Vauxhall Insignia 4 laps completed
23. Liam Griffin Addison Lee Motorbase Ford Focus 1 lap completed S
24. Dave Newsham Speedworks Toyota Avensis 0 laps completed
25. Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 GT 0 laps completed
26. James Kaye AmDTuning.com Honda Civic Did not start S
27. Warren Scott BMR Restart Volkswagen CC Did not start

Fastest lap:

Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic 1min 58.493secs

NB: Shedden, M Jackson, Morgan, Tordoff, Neal, Wrathall, O Jackson, Onslow-Cole, Newsham, Plato on Soft Compound Dunlop tyre

S denotes S2000 car in the Jack Sears Trophy



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Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic
RPJ Band with James Cole (GBR) United Autosports Toyota Avensis, Jason Plato (GBR) MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save MG6 GT, Marc Hynes (GBR) Quantel Bifold Racing MG6 GT and Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
RPJ Band with James Cole (GBR) United Autosports Toyota Avensis, Jason Plato (GBR) MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save MG6 GT, Marc Hynes (GBR) Quantel Bifold Racing MG6 GT and Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
James Cole (GBR) United Autosports Toyota Avensis with James Cole (GBR) United Autosports Toyota Avensis, Jason Plato (GBR) MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save MG6 GT, Marc Hynes (GBR) Quantel Bifold Racing MG6 GT and Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
James Cole (GBR) United Autosports Toyota Avensis with James Cole (GBR) United Autosports Toyota Avensis, Jason Plato (GBR) MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save MG6 GT, Marc Hynes (GBR) Quantel Bifold Racing MG6 GT and Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Grid girl for Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
BTCC Podium, Andrew Jordan (GBR) Pirtek Racing Honda Civic , Rob Austin (GBR) Exocet Racing Audi A4 and Alain Menu (SUI) CHROME Edition Restart Racing Volkswagen CC

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FVA47

August 07, 2013 12:00 AM

Drivers will try any move possible when they are allowed to get away with. This was a blatant move caused by frustration and should have been dealt with immediately by the representatives of the Motor Sport Association in attendance. "4 wheels off" seemed to attract penalties. What was their problem in dealing with this incident? - It 'aint rocket science!!!



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