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Colin Turkington Controls Chaotic Restart For 64th BTCC Win

Credit: West Surrey Racing

After the restart, Cammish got a slow getaway allowing his teammate Ash Sutton, Colin Turkington and Jake Hill through.

By Paddock hill on the second lap, Hill falls victim to both of the NAPA Racing Fords.

Turkington Leads by lap 3/18, Sutton closing down the 4 time champion with every corner.

Sutton used two of his laps of hybrid to catch Turkington, However the leader still had his 10 laps available.

Sam Osbourne and Aiden Moffat where the two big winners from the restart, both drivers gained eight places from the grid.

Butcher and Ingram began to close down the leading group on lap 6.

Turkington stretched out the gap to Sutton to one second on lap 7.

Credit: Napa Racing UK

Cammish and Sutton battle for second allowing the BMW to escape up the road.

Ingram struggled to get past Butcher on lap 11, The Scotsman held off last years champion very convincingly.

Dan Lloyd in the CUPRA makes a small mistake leaving paddock hill bend allowing the other Toyota through of Ricky Collard.

The third Toyota of George Gamble was 12th, Defending for his life from Sam Osbourne.

Turkington stretches his gap to Sutton to 1.4s on lap 16.

Ingram eventually got past Butcher for 5th, allowing the CUPRA of Bobby Thompson to latch onto the back and pass the Toyota as well on the following lap.

Credit: BTCC

Turkington wins, with Ash Sutton and Dan Cammish in third.

Thompson managed to hold off Butcher for 6th come the chequered flag.

Aiden Moffat was the biggest winner with a mighty 10 places gained from the start to finish well within the top 20.

Dan Cammish still leads the championship to Tom Ingram by just 13 points with two more races to go at Brands Hatch.


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