The top ten BTCC drivers of 2010
AUTOSPORT BTCC correspondent Jamie O'Leary assesses the performances of the best and the brightest from Britain's top-top thrillers
10. Rob Collard
Lightning on his day, but should have been the best-placed BMW man, especially after an 11th hour move from Motorbase to replace 2009 champion Colin Turkington at WSR. The experience of Dick Bennett's outfit did help his race pace, but too many opportunities were missed in qualifying, and he was involved in too many midfield incidents as a result.
Collard performed heroics at Snetterton when an early hit from Onslow-Cole forced him to hold his door shut for 15 laps while still changing gear and steering, and he was deeply unlucky to be denied a win at Thruxton when Neal spun him into the wall.
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