TOYOTA MAN MORGAN CLAIMS PODIUM FINISH AT OULTON

Toyota Avensis racer Adam Morgan is celebrating his maiden BTCC podium finish after a gutsy drive to third place for Ciceley Racing in the final race of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship’s Oulton Park raceday. The result was not only a personal best for the 24-year-old from Lancashire on his home circuit, but also the best BTCC finish so far this season for a Toyota driver.

OULTON PARK THE NEXT BTCC BATTLEGROUND FOR TOYOTA DRIVERS

Toyota’s three independent touring car teams – Ciceley Racing, Dynojet Racing and Speedworks Motorsport – are all hoping for a little home advantage this weekend as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship swings into Oulton Park for the fourth meeting of the season.

EVENTFUL RACE FOR TOYOTA RACING AT SPA

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium – TOYOTA Racing played a central role in an exciting Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps but narrowly missed out on the podium in a dramatic second round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.

TOYOTA PRIVATEERS BATTLE THE ODDS AT THRUXTON

Toyota independent racer Adam Morgan maintained his 100 per cent scoring record in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with a hat-trick of top-12 finishes at Thruxton today at the wheel of his Ciceley Racing Avensis.

AVENSIS QUARTET BIDS FOR BTCC HONOURS AT THRUXTON

With a perfect run of scores so far in the BTCC, Adam Morgan leads the four Toyota BTCC independents to Thruxton this weekend (4/5 May) hoping that his luck will hold through the third meeting of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season.

TOYOTA MAN MORGAN CLIMBS THE BTCC POINTS TABLE

Morgan made clear his intentions in Saturday qualifying, netting sixth on the grid. He wasn’t the highest-placed Toyota driver, however – that honour went to Dynojet Racing’s Frank Wrathall, who was second fastest in his Avensis, only five-hundredths of a second off the pole.

DONINGTON ‘HOME GAME’ FOR TOYOTA BTCC INDEPENDENTS

Toyota’s BTCC independents return to the fray at Donington Park at the weekend (20/21 April) looking to build on their encouraging start to the new touring car season at the home track of the Avensis. All four of the Toyotas fielded by the Speedworks, Ciceley and Dynojet teams began their lives 10 miles away from the track, at the Burnaston plant.