Turkington dominates safety car interrupted finale


The 4-time champion progressed from third on the grid to second at the get started, then took one particular lap just after an early security car or truck to operate a way all-around the reversed-grid polesitting Excelr8 Motorsport Hyundai i30 N of Tom Chilton.

Turkington had extended an enormous margin of 1.286 seconds within a lap of the go, with Chilton shortly conceding the runner-up place to the second West Surrey Racing-operate BMW 330e M Sport of Jake Hill.

But Hill far too had nothing at all for Turkington, who was nearly seven seconds to the good when the basic safety auto was known as for a second time.

That eradicated his guide, but Turkington made no issues around the 5 remaining laps of environmentally friendly-flag motion and led dwelling Hill by 1.181s at the chequered flag.

“That safety motor vehicle was what wakes you up at 4am as a terrible desire,” joked Turkington.

“But the men were being telling me I currently had quickest lap, so I was self-assured that with no issues I experienced the pace to acquire.

“It’s just reward for the rate and energy yesterday in qualifying. Finding pole situation I would hope would set up the weekend, but the weather conditions produced issues so tough these days.”

As Chilton freefalled down the purchase – he at some point pitted and then spun into the gravel at Clearways to trigger the second warning – so Bobby Thompson emerged in third put in his Group Really hard Cupra Leon.

Thompson had begun from the front row and had no solution to the BMWs, but was equipped to pull absent after the remaining protection car or truck from a trio of strong primary lights of the BTCC.

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Championship chief Tom Ingram was at the entrance of these to claim fourth in his Excelr8 Hyundai, just forward of the Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Corolla of Rory Butcher and Ash Sutton in his Motorbase Efficiency Ford Concentration, which sustained harm from an incident with Chilton that hampered its tempo.

George Gamble led this bunch in his Ciceley Motorsport BMW for a while, but dropped back again to end seventh, with Josh Prepare dinner, winner of the initially two races of the day, professing eighth in his BTC Racing Honda Civic Style R.

Rounding out the leading 10 were Dan Lloyd’s Excelr8 Hyundai and the next Motorbase Ford of Dan Cammish.

The 1st basic safety automobile was brought on by Jason Plato likely straight on at Druids on the opening lap and nosing his BTC Honda into the barriers.

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