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BTCC 2000 Rounds 11 & 12 - Silverstone
BBC Grandstand coverage of round 11 & 12 of the 2000 British Touring Car Championship, held at Knockhill.





BTCC 1994 Brands Hatch
1994 British Touring Car Championship, Brands Hatch





ESSO British Touring Car Championship 1992 Round 3 Oulton Park
The 1992 Esso RAC British Touring Car Championship season was the 35th British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season. Changes for 1992 The championship branched out from England to include one round in Scotland (held at Knockhill) and one in Wales (held at Pembrey) Season summary The 1992 British Touring Car Championship began at Silverstone where stringent winter testing appeared to have paid off for Vauxhall as John Cleland dominated the proceedings, taking with him the victory and a new lap record. Cleland would also win the second round, held at Thruxton, ahead of works Toyota driver Andy Rouse. Champion manufacturer BMW meanwhile struggled with their new 318iS (which used a variant of the E30 M3 S14 engine in 2.0 size) model. The works Prodrive cars were driven by Tim Sugden and former Formula 3000 driver Alain Menu, while the semi-works Vic Lee-run team entered Tim Harvey, Ray Bellm and Steve Soper. Soper, however, would again miss several rounds due to his clashing commitments in the German DTM championship. At the next round at Oulton Park John Cleland held the lead ahead of the works Toyota pair of Will Hoy and Andy Rouse when he went off, dropping several places and promoting the Toyotas into the lead. Hoy then slowed temporarily with a mysterious electrical problem and lost the lead to Rouse, but was soon able to reclaim it. Rouse then took back the lead and held it for a lap, after which Hoy again claimed the lead of the race. The electrical problem then struck again for Hoy, allowing Rouse to re-take the lead and win the race. With Cleland finishing in 11th Rouse now led the championship from Cleland after a win and two second places in the first three races.





BTCC 1988-Soper Vs Rouse
Thruxton, Brands Hatch and Donington.




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