Andrew Jordan will test the Olsbergs MSE teams’ Ford Fiesta Rallycross car on the 4th June in Sweden after team owner Andreas Eriksson invited the Brit to try out the car.
Speedworks Motorsport Team Principal Christian Dick admits that the team should be doing better as the British Touring Car Championship heads into a five week break after Thruxton.
Jason Plato and Sam Tordoff experienced a difficult weekend in their MGs at Thruxton, but the pair insist that their focus is now on moving forward at the forthcoming rounds.
Shaun Hollamby admitted that the trip to Thruxton had been a disappointment for the AmDTuning.com outfit after a double retirement during rounds 7, 8 and 9 of the season.
The Honda Yuasa Racing team left Thruxton having taken over at the top of the drivers’, teams’ and manufacturers’ standings as they secured all three victories in Hampshire.
The quartet of Toyota drivers had differing fortunes at Thruxton, as Dave Newsham and Adam Morgan secured points in all three races while Frank Wrathall and Ollie Jackson struggled.
Andrew Jordan was denied the chance to add to his Donington Park victory as he suffered a puncture on the final lap of the opening British Touring Car Championship race at Thruxton.
Motorbase Performance head into the five week break before Oulton Park in a positive frame of mind after they secured five top 10 finishes during rounds 7, 8 and 9 at Thruxton.
Honda’s Gordon Shedden won the third and final BTCC race of the day at Thruxton, after Jason Plato suffered a deflated tyre with two laps remaining.
Matt Neal took his second victory from two races in the British Touring Car Championship, with a dominant victory ahead of Tom Onslow-Cole and Gordon Shedden at Thruxton.
Matt Neal won the opening BTCC race of the day at Thruxton, but there was late drama after Andrew Jordan suffered a puncture on the final lap of the race whilst in the lead.
Joe Girling was happy to have qualified as the fastest of the S2000 Jack Sears Trophy runners for the British Touring Cars at Thruxton, in just his thrid qualifying session in the series.
Andrew Jordan took pole position in the British Touring Car Championship with a terrific late lap at Thruxton, beating off competition from Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden.
Andrew Jordan set a blistering pace to top the timesheets in second practice for the third round of the season at Thruxton, beating teammate Jeff Smith by 0.403 seconds.
TouringCars.Net previews this weekend’s forthcoming British Touring Car Championship meeting at Thruxton, as the battle at the front of the field looks to intensify in Hampshire.