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 […]
Frank Wrathall will start tomorrow’s 25th round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship from 14th on the grid at Brands Hatch after an incident-packed qualifying session on the Kent Grand Prix track.
A four-man team of Toyota enthusiasts is planning to mount a giant-killing assault on the UK’s toughest race, the Britcar 24 Hours, using a supercharged Toyota MR2 Roadster. Not only are they hoping for top honours in their class, but also have their sights set on a top-20 overall finish…
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.
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.
Toyota’s independent BTCC racer Frank Wrathall will start the 22nd round of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship from seventh on the grid after another strong qualifying showing by the Dynojet Racing team at Rockingham.