Turbos and tantrums in the BTCC
The parity, or lack of it, between turbocharged and normally-aspirated cars in the BTCC has been a bone of contention for drivers and teams in 2011. Kevin Turner says it would be wrong for a title to be decided because of it
We're now 70 per cent of the way through the 2011 British Touring Car Championship season and in many ways the year has been a success. Crowd figures are up, there have been some entertaining races, and seven different drivers have taken wins for six different teams.
The NGTC regulations have helped to bring new squads in and the 27-car entry for Rockingham this weekend is the biggest since 1994. The rise of Frank Wrathall, who could well be an exciting title contender in future years, has also been excellent to see.
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