Shedding light on the BTCC engines debate

Shedding light on the BTCC engines debate

The main talking point in the BTCC continues to be the relative performance of the turbos versus the normally aspirated cars. Kevin Turner sheds some light on the debate

There was some great racing at last weekend's British Touring Car Championship round at Oulton Park, and the Honda clash between Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden also added incredible drama. And yet the ongoing debate about the relative performance of the turbocharged and normally-aspirated cars was still one of the chief topics in the paddock.

Series boss Alan Gow's decision to have cars built to different regulations racing against each other was understandable. It has given teams time to go through the rules transition, but it has given him a headache.

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