Jason Plato previews BTCC 2010

Jason Plato previews BTCC 2010

With no Colin Turkington and no Fabrizio Giovanardi, 2010 looks like Jason Plato's year with a new car in the Chevrolet Cruze and full works support from RML. He gives AUTOSPORT his rundown on the year ahead

The last 12 months have represented something of a rollercoaster ride for Jason Plato. The bad boy of the British Touring Car Championship didn't even have a drive this time last year and caused a shockwave through the paddock when he agreed a one-off deal to race an RML Chevrolet Lacetti just three days before the season-opener at Brands Hatch.

Anyone still standing was swept off his or her feet when Plato promptly took a victory in the final race of the day and, with new-found backing from Silverline tools, made his deal permanent for the rest of the season.

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