Next Generation Touring Car

Dramas at Brands Hatch for Toyota BTCC men

Toyota’s independent BTCC racers enjoyed varied fortunes today, as Frank Wrathall and the Dynojet Racing team fell foul of some dubious driving tactics from rivals and Speedworks Motorsport racer Tony Hughes enjoyed strong runs to finish all three rounds of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit. Wrathall’s […]

Brands Hatch the next stop for Toyota’s twosome

Frank Wrathall and the Dynojet Racing team are hoping to continue this weekend at Brands Hatch the run of great results which has brought the squad’s ‘Next Generation Touring Car’ Toyota Avensis to the brink of a race victory in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship. The Kent track’s trio of BTCC races will also see the return to competition of Tony Hughes with the Speedworks Motorsport-prepared Avensis.

Another BTCC podium double for Toyota man Wrathall

Frank Wrathall and his Dynojet Racing Toyota Avensis made another dramatic and successful appearance on the BTCC stage today, claiming a brace of podium results at Rockingham, a best-yet second place finish and a new circuit lap record for good measure.

Avensis gets tougher for the knocks of Knockhill

Major revisions to the cooling system of the Dynojet Racing Toyota Avensis will make it more robust and able to handle the rough and tumble of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship when the action resumes next weekend at Knockhill.

Best-yet BTCC qualifying for Wrathall Toyota

Frank Wrathall and his Dynojet Racing Toyota Avensis will start Sunday’s 16th BTCC round from seventh place on the grid after a stellar performance in official qualifying this afternoon at Snetterton.

Strong pace but no points at Thruxton

Toyota’s independent BTCC racer Frank Wrathall and his Dynojet Racing team endured a character-building weekend at Thruxton, venue for the latest rounds of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Good progress for Toyota’s BTCC independents

Both the Toyota Avensis privateer teams made good progress during the second meeting of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season at Donington Park this weekend, with both Frank Wrathall Jr and Tony Hughes improving throughout the event.

Tough times but progress made at Donington

Toyota’s BTCC Independent Avensis drivers Frank Wrathall Jr and Tony Hughes endured mixed fortunes in qualifying for the second round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season at Donington Park.

Tough BTCC baptism for Toyota’s privateers

Teething problems beset both of the Toyota Avensis touring car privateers on their debut in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch today, but both Frank Wrathall Jnr and Tony Hughes made great strides forward with their new cars as they battled the established opposition.

Qualifying success for Avensis BTCC racers

It’s been a tough few weeks for the Toyota Avensis-driving privateers Frank Wrathall Jnr and Tony Hughes, and for their teams, as they prepare to join the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, but Round 1 qualifying day at Brands Hatch saw both overcome a host of minor problems to claim their places on the grid.