The British Touring Car Championship season review

The British Touring Car Championship season review

Three different sets of rules made the 2011 BTCC season difficult to predict. As it was, old stagers Matt Neal and Jason Plato came to the fore and it was Honda ace Neal who took the title. Kevin Turner looks back

Turbos versus normally-aspirated cars versus NGTC. Neal versus Plato versus Shedden. Honda versus Chevrolet versus Ford. There were many different battles fought out during the 2011 British Touring Car season, and in the end Matt Neal scooped his third crown.

Chevrolet driver and 2010 champion Jason Plato started the year as favourite, but arch-rival Neal's Honda squad switched to a new turbo engine for its S2000 Civic and stole a march on the field.

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