MG Sport and Racing visits Oulton Park in Cheshire determined to keep up its recent run of race wins and podium finishes in the British Touring Car Championship.

MG has been the in-form team of the second half of the 2003 BTCC season and has equalled its 2002 wins tally with the final two rounds to go.

Two weeks ago at Donington Park, 21 year old Colin Turkington put in a mature drive to beat 2002 Champion James Thompson into second place in round 18, posting fastest lap in the process. He is confident the team can get the best out of the cars for this weekend.

"It felt good to beat Thompson and now we have a set up that allows us to carry the extra success ballast every time," said Colin. "The MG was dynamite from the old hairpin at Donington and with a similar hill at Oulton we have a strong chance to do well again."

Warren Hughes is also looking forward to the BTCC finale. "The Island circuit is very challenging, but should suit the car - we had two second places here last year for instance. For this weekend we will just be refining what we learned from Donington."

Anthony Reid didn't have the best of results at the last round of the BTCC, but has kept his hand in by winning two MG ZR races at Knockhill last weekend against fierce opposition from the series regulars.

"The twists and turns of Oulton should suit the MG ZS and I shall be disappointed if one of us doesn't win," reckons Reid.

MG Sport and Racing Director Kim Johnson looks forward to the final races of the season. "The whole team has worked hard to achieve our current position. Every time we turn out we have a good chance to do well and if the conditions are right we can win again."