Aug 24, · Not sure who to Thank as it's got Evo, Autosport and Loveoffers on the note so either Weeowen or Reniannen, so Thank you both. Admission and camping prices are frozen until the end of the year, so now is the perfect time to purchase. With Christmas approaching, BTCC tickets will make an ideal stocking filler! Events on sale include the much anticipated BTCC season-opener at Brands Hatch to be held on April, plus the all-important finale on October to be held. Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship - Race 1 - Snetterton. 1 Colin TURKINGTON (GBR) Team BMW 12 laps 2 Tom INGRAM (GBR) Toyota Gazoo Racing UK with Ginsters +s 3 Jake HILL (GBR) MB Motorsport accelerated by Blue Square +s 4 Rory BUTCHER (GBR) Motorbase Performance +s.
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MSV festive opening hours and how to order instant e-vouchers. Click here for more stories. Motorbase Performance's Rory Butcher was another who bogged down at the start, which seemingly created a concertina effect going into turn one.
Reigning champion Turkington declared the first lap as 'tricky' post-race, particularly so when Ingram's Toyota Corolla went side-by-side with the 1 machine around the outside at Agostini.
Turkington cleverly squeezed Ingram on the exit of the turn, bringing Hill back into the battle. Hill scythed by Ingram but then ran wide on the next left at Hamilton and Ingram was back into second. It wasn't the last time that the pair would switch positions as Turkington set about scampering away from the fight. It was a slightly contentious issue with Hill's move being relatively late, whilst Ingram could have potentially seen the move coming, but contact was made nonetheless and the MB Motorsport man chose to relinquish the position.
So Turkington, Ingram and Hill were confirmed in the podium positions but there was another scrapping trio behind them with Butcher Motorbase Performance eventually getting the better of fellow title contenders Sutton Laser Tools Racing and Dan Cammish Halfords Yuasa Racing.
Sutton and Butcher's early exchanges were aggressive to the say the least as the pair bumped and barged their way down the Bentley straight and through Brundle's. Scotsman Butcher held on, however, to claw back some points on the standings leader.
Crees drove brilliantly from 17th on the grid as the Honda Civic Type R driver also went on to take an important Jack Sears Trophy win. Honda star Cammish is just eight behind the leading pair, whilst Ingram a further 15 back.
The drama continues with races 2 and 3 later this afternoon with all the action now live on ITV4.