Inside story: RML at Thruxton BTCC
AUTOSPORT went behind the scenes with RML's British Touring Car team at Thruxton to follow the fortunes of its return to the series it won back in 1999. Charles Bradley reports
One month ago, RML's British Touring Car Championship comeback was nothing but a pipedream. But the desire to return to the series it last won in 1999 with Laurent Aiello and Nissan, and simultaneously keep one of its biggest stars, Jason Plato, in the series, was too much to resist. For round two at Thruxton, the campaign had doubled in size, with Mat Jackson joining its ranks in a second Chevrolet Lacetti.
At Thruxton, AUTOSPORT went behind the scenes to follow the team's fortunes as it took on the might of the Vauxhall works team and established independents like WSR, Team Dynamics and Motorbase.
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