August 24th, 2013
Audi racer Rob Austin scored a shock pole position for the opening British Touring Car Championship race at Knockhill this weekend. The Rob Austin Racing A4 man grabbed top spot with 12 minutes to go with a lap time of 52.471s and was able to fend off a late attack from the WSR BMW of Colin Turkington, who made it an all rear-wheel-drive front row
August 4th, 2013
Sam Tordoff took his first British Touring Car victory in the opening encounter at Snetterton. Poleman Tordoff made a good start to lead MG team-mate Jason Plato and reigning champion Gordon Shedden (Honda Civic) into Riches. The rookie gradually edged away from Plato, who came under increasing pressure from Shedden and the soft tyre-shod WSR BMW of Colin Turkington
July 9th, 2013
The works MG squad set the pace on the first day of the official British Touring Car test at Snetterton. Sam Tordoff’s MG6 recorded 1m57.534s in the morning session – a fraction faster than Frank Wrathall’s 2012 pole time – and only team-mate Jason Plato was able to join him under the 1m58s barrier. Tordoff then led Plato again in the afternoon session, in which the MGs failed to improve on their earlier times.
June 22nd, 2013
Colin Turkington gave WSR’s NGTC BMW its first British Touring Car pole by topping a dramatic qualifying session at Croft.
June 22nd, 2013
Andrew Jordan topped the British Touring Car field once again in free practice at Croft. The Eurotech Honda Civic driver set his best of 1m25.378s, less than half a second slower than Matt Neal’s 2012 pole time, halfway through free practice one. A late effort in practice one brought Jason Plato’s works MG up to second, less than a tenth slower than Jordan.