One moment, Jonathan Adam had a fairytale win on his debut in the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch.

A few hours later, it was Jason Plato's fairytale as he was awarded victory on his debut for the RML team - taking the first ever BTCC win for the Chevrolet Lacetti.

Plato's win came after Adam was hit with a post-race penalty for an incident on the second lap of race three [Pictures Here], which saw Adam's BMW make heavy contact with the rear of the Chevrolet at Paddock Hill Bend.

Plato was lucky to avoid spinning into the gravel and ultimately finished the race second behind the BTCC rookie, only for a post-race penalty to demote Adam to second place.

It was the main talking point on a weekend which saw plenty of contact throughout the field, but what we want to know is, was it the right call to penalise Adam when incidents elsewhere went unpunished.

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