Toyota’s trio of independent BTCC racers endured a roller-coaster ride of mixed fortune at Brands Hatch today, accidents and mechanical mishaps marring what had promised to be a promising start to their Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship campaigns.
This is the racy new look of the Toyota Avensis in which BTCC rookie Adam Morgan will make his debut in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship this season. Adam’s new car is being built in the Stockport workshops of Speedworks Motorsport ready for March testing, and this artist’s impression of its livery has been released as an appetite-whetter.
Toyota’s independent BTCC racers, Frank Wrathall and Tony Hughes, will bring their maiden seasons in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship to a close at Silverstone this weekend (15/16 October), and each is looking to end the year on a positive note in preparation for a renewed assault on the UK’s most popular race series in 2012.
After blazing a trail to the BTCC podium at Knockhill earlier this month, independent Toyota driver Frank Wrathall and his Dynojet Racing team will this weekend (17/18 September) be seeking further glory at the Rockingham circuit in Northamptonshire, venue for the latest thrill-packed rounds of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.