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ESSO British Touring Car Championship 1992 Round 5 Brands Hatch Hoy Rouse Crash
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 round four at Snetterton Hoy led from lights to flag, finishing ahead of John Cleland and Alain Menu, who took BMW’s first podium of the season. Brands Hatch hosted the fifth round of the championship, and here Toyota’s championship challenge would be severely dented. Hoy had taken an early lead ahead of Rouse and Cleland, but the Vauxhall driver was soon able to pass Rouse and put Hoy under pressure. At Surtees corner on the second lap, Hoy buckled under pressure when he missed a gear, allowing Cleland to take the lead. Suddenly, as the Toyotas began to chase Cleland round Westfield corner, both of them collided and veered into the barrier at full speed, both Toyotas were wrecked and out of the running, both Rouse and Hoy's enthusiasm to catch Cleland had got the better of them and the race was handed to the Vauxhall on a plate. Cleland won with ease with team-mate Jeff Allam in second and Steve Soper in third, who had come up from last place after being forced to start in the pit lane.

British Touring Cars Highlights | Fighting OFF-TRACK! Subscribe to our channel! Watch BTCC highlights from 1994 with plenty of shunts, crashes and tension off the track too! Add to your BTCC collection with this super box set featuring six of the finest years of British Touring Car Championship action. The return of such legends as Gabriele Tarquini, John Cleland, Frank Biela, Rickard Rydell, Alain Menu and Steve Soper to ‘proper’ Duke Video releases is something we’ve been looking forward to for a long time but we’re sure you’ll agree it is worth the wait. For the first time these six reviews are available on DVD in one set so you can enjoy classic moments from classic years once more. There’s so much to enjoy here that you’ll want to revisit each DVD over and over and we’re not going to spoil it by going into too much detail. We all remember how good the ‘90s were for BTCC don’t we, and this is a great value package that will gladden the heart of any true devotee. Check out our Touring Car playlist here: We're on INSTAGRAM: Like us on FACEBOOK: Follow us on TWITTER:

BTCC Start line crash takes out cameraman at Snetterton race circuit 31/7/2016
Snetterton Race track 31/07/16 British Touring Car Championship Crash on start of the last race of the day: "To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts,please email:"