Pirtek driver, Andrew Jordan, says he is relishing returning to Croft this weekend in the 2013 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Jordan currently holds second in the drivers' standings, just four points behind leader Matt Neal, after securing victory in the final race at Oulton Park last time out.

The 24-year-old, who scored his first ever BTCC victory at Croft in 2010, and the track remains special to Jordan: "I've got a lot of good memories of Croft," he said.

"I scored my first Rallycross win there and my first BTCC win."

However, his overall championship position means he will be carrying success ballast and he admits that the extra weight will play a part: "The weight will hurt us out of the first gear hairpin onto the pits straight," he added.

"Round the quick corners it shouldn't make too much of a difference so I think we'll be pretty strong and I'm looking forward to going there.
"Croft is a proper old school track and it is always good to go back to those circuits where you have a lot of good memories."



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