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September 2nd, 2010
Japanese driver Yukinori Taniguchi will replace Harry Vaulkhard at the Bamboo Engineering team in the next three rounds of the WTCC. Vaulkhard has been sidelined from the team after losing one of his sponsors.
July 31st, 2010
Colin Turkington looks set to continue his excellent form since joining the World Touring Car Championship this summer, after topping Saturday’s final practice session at Brno. The reigning BTCC champion impressed on familiar ground at Brands Hatch two weeks ago when he was quickest in final practice and went on to score two podium finishes
July 31st, 2010
Alain Menu went fastest in this weekend’s opening World Touring Car practice session at Brno. The Chevrolet driver finished the half-hour session two tenths clear of SEAT’s Gabriele Tarquini, with his RML team-mate Rob Huff the only other driver within half a second
July 9th, 2010
Tom Boardman will return to the World Touring Car Championship for a one-off appearance at Brands Hatch next weekend.
July 4th, 2010
Gabriele Tarquini came through from sixth on the grid to win Sunday’s thrilling second World Touring Car race at Portimao. Front row starters Fredy Barth and Norbert Michelisz had shortlived reigns at the front. Barth made a terrible start and was eighth half way round the first lap.
July 3rd, 2010
Augusto Farfus set the quickest time in the final World Touring Car free practice session at Portimao on Saturday.
July 3rd, 2010
Jordi Gene set the fastest time of Saturday’s first World Touring Car free practice session at Portimao, as SEAT dominated. The Spaniard’s best time of 1m56.232s proved quickest and was four tenths of a second faster than the best of the non-SEATs – Yvan Muller’s Chevrolet in fifth. Fredy Barth was second quickest, ahead of home favourite Tiago Monteiro and the fellow Leon TDi of Michel Nykjaer.
May 22nd, 2010
SEAT and Chevrolet topped a session of World Touring Car practice each at Monza on Saturday. Reigning champion Gabriele Tarquini led the way in the earlier session for SR Sport after displacing BMW’s Andy Priaulx from the top of the pile. Chevrolet then came to the fore in the afternoon session, with Rob Huff leading the way, Priaulx second again and Tarquini completing the top three
May 2nd, 2010
Andy Priaulx won a fragmented second World Touring Car race in Morocco today, having to survive just two racing laps from his reverse-grid pole position. The works BMW driver started from the front after finishing eighth in the day’s earlier race and only had to hold his lead as far as the first corner before the first caution period. A restart in the middle of the race lasted just one lap before another full course yellow, and the race finished with a NASCAR-style one-lap dash to the flag.
March 6th, 2010
The World Touring Car Championship has launched a new rookie class for the 2010 season. Any driver who has not yet completed a full season in the series is eligible to score points in the Rookie Challenge, which they will run in as well as the overall and/or independent classes. The decision to introduce the new class follows the outlawing of any SEAT Leon TDi from the indepedents’ class, meaning that the Zengo-Dension-run car of Norbert Michelisz and the SUNRED Engineering cars of Michel Nykjaer and Fredy Barth are forced to compete against the true factory-backed entries
February 4th, 2010
Harry Vaulkhard has said that his graduation to the World Touring Car Championship this year is a “dream come true”. The 24-year-old Briton was named as one of Bamboo’s drivers for its maiden WTCC assault this season, alongside touring car newcomer and two-time Porsche Carrera Cup Asia champion Darryl O’Young. “I can’t wait,” Vaulkhard, who will race a 2008-spec Chevrolet Lacetti, told AUTOSPORT.
February 4th, 2010
Bamboo Engineering has entered the race to sign Colin Turkington for its new World Touring Car Championship team, today’s AUTOSPORT reveals.
October 4th, 2009
Jason Plato ensured that the outcome of the British Touring Car Championship will be decided in the final race of the season as he clinched his second win of the day at Brands Hatch. The 2001 champion was outsprinted by Tom Chilton off the line and sat on the tail of the Arena Ford Focus until two laps from the end, when the RML Chevrolet driver nudged his rival slightly wide at Druids and slipped by for his seventh win of the season. Fabrizio Giovanardi, who had latched onto Plato at the start, then passed Chilton three corners later, making his move stick at Hawthorn Bend after previously being elbowed onto the grass exiting the preceding bend at Surtees.
October 3rd, 2009
Tom Chilton was a surprise pace-setter in practice for the final round of the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch as the timesheet took on an unusual look. With his season having gradually gathered momentum after a poor start, Chilton was third quickest in the morning session and improved his time by half a second in the afternoon to take the top spot in his Arena Ford Focus
September 20th, 2009
Jason Plato took his 50th British Touring Car Championship victory in the second race of the day at Rockingham, bringing himself back into title contention in the process. Plato ran third during the early stages behind Stephen Jelley’s WSR BMW and his RML Chevrolet team-mate Mat Jackson. When Jackson put a forceful move on Jelley for the lead and pushed him wide at Deene hairpin on lap seven, Plato followed him through
September 19th, 2009
Jason Plato stormed to his fourth British Touring Car Championship pole position of the year with a blistering late effort at Rockingham. Plato had trailed his RML Chevrolet team-mate Mat Jackson for most of the 30-minute session, but flew around the track in a record qualifying time of 1m24.087s to clinch the top spot with three minutes to go. Jonathan Adam then knocked Jackson off the front row a minute later with a time 0.107s slower than Plato’s, the Motorbase BMW driver taking the best BTCC grid spot of his career.
September 17th, 2009
Bamboo Engineering will expand to a two-car team for next year’s British Touring Car Championship after securing a second 2008-spec Chevrolet Lacetti from RML. The Silverstone-based squad has run a single car for Harry Vaulkhard since its creation in June, and team principal Richard Coleman believes that its expansion will help it to move up the grid
August 30th, 2009
Jason Plato held off a charging Fabrizio Giovanardi to win the second British Touring Car Championship race of the day at Silverstone. Plato passed his polesitting RML Chevrolet team-mate Mat Jackson at Copse on lap eight and opened up a one-second lead. However, with rain falling at the half-distance mark and becoming heavier as the race progressed, neither Chevy driver could match the pace of Giovanardi’s Vauxhall, which closed in at a rate of around half a second per lap.
August 29th, 2009
Mat Jackson carried his practice form through to qualifying as he took his first British Touring Car Championship pole position of the year at Silverstone. The RML Chevrolet driver lapped the circuit in 1m00.259s in the opening minutes of the session, setting a new qualifying record in the process and out-pacing the rest of the field by over two tenths of a second
August 29th, 2009
Jason Plato set a blistering pace in British Touring Car Championship practice at Silverstone as the RML Chevrolet squad took the top two places on the timesheets. Plato, the 2001 series champion, had been shaded by his team-mate Mat Jackson in the morning session, but jumped to the head of the leaderboard in the afternoon, improving his time by half a second and lapping in 1m00.625s in his Lacetti – 0.3s under the lap record.