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Turkington doubles up at Snetterton with BTCC race two win

Sunday, October 25 2020

Team BMW's Colin Turkington has taken his second win of the day as the 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship contenders went wheel-to-wheel in the second bout at Snetterton.

The top five in the overall Drivers' standings occupied the top five positions for the majority of the race, with the only change coming during a last lap showdown following a late safety car period.

The battle simmered rather than reaching boiling point as Turkington produced a commanding victory from Toyota Gazoo Racing UK with Ginsters' Tom Ingram, although the latter did well to hang on for second.

Motorbase Performance's Rory Butcher had nibbled at Ingram's Toyota Corolla several times with a significant effort made on the final lap. Butcher made a late late lunge on Ingram at Wilson - leading to contact - which enabled Laser Tools Racing's Ash Sutton to join the fray. Ingram fended them off as Sutton slipped into third while Butcher fell into the clutches of Halfords Yuasa Racing's Dan Cammish.

It was Butcher's turn to take a hit at the final turn as Cammish's Honda Civic Type R slid into the Ford Focus through Murrays. It was Cammish that lost out, however, as the recovering Jake Hill pipped the Halfords Yuasa Racing car to the line by just 0.047s - breaking the race-long monopoly of the top five contenders.

BTC Racing's Josh Cook scrapped to seventh ahead of the amazing Ollie Jackson in the Motorbase Ford Focus. Jackson began the contest in 21st and made up ten places in the first few laps, before making further progress in the closing stages. He eventually ran side-by-side with Adam Morgan's Mercedes over the finish line and claimed eighth place by an incredible 0.003s.

Excelr8 Motorsport's Chris Smiley completed the top ten order and was further rewarded with reverse grid pole for the final contest later this afternoon.

2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship - Race 2 - Snetterton

1       Colin TURKINGTON (GBR)  Team BMW 14 laps
2       Tom INGRAM (GBR) Toyota Gazoo Racing UK with Ginsters +1.763s
3       Ashley SUTTON (GBR)  Laser Tools Racing +1.914s
4       Rory BUTCHER (GBR)  Motorbase Performance +3.547s
5       Jake HILL (GBR) MB Motorsport accelerated by Blue Square +3.742s
6       Dan CAMMISH (GBR)  Halfords Yuasa Racing +3.789s
7       Josh COOK (GBR) BTC Racing +4.714s
8       Ollie JACKSON (GBR)  Motorbase Performance +4.993s
9       Adam MORGAN (GBR)  Carlube TripleR Racing with Mac Tools +4.995s
10     Chris SMILEY (GBR)  Excelr8 Motorsport +5.355s
11     Tom OLIPHANT (GBR)  Team BMW +5.989s 
12     Matt NEAL (GBR)  Halfords Yuasa Racing +6.712s
13     Senna PROCTOR (GBR)  Excelr8 Motorsport +7.578s
14     Michael CREES (GBR) The Clever Baggers with BTC Racing +8.193s
15     Sam OSBORNE (GBR)  MB Motorsport accelerated by Blue Square +9.060s
16     Tom CHILTON (GBR)  BTC Racing +9.577s
17     Stephen JELLEY (GBR) Team Parker Racing +10.747s 
18     Glynn GEDDIE (GBR)  RCIB Insurance with Fox Transport +10.913s
19     Ethan HAMMERTON (GBR)  GKR TradePriceCars.com +11.583s
20     Jack BUTEL (GBR) Carlube TripleR Racing with Mac Tools +12.176s
21     Jessica HAWKINS (GBR)  Power Maxed Car Care Racing +12.588s
22     Andy NEATE (GBR)  Motorbase Performance +12.861s
23     Paul RIVETT (GBR)  GKR TradePriceCars.com +29.398s
24     Carl BOARDLEY (GBR)  HUB Financial Solutions with Team HARD +34.317s
25     Nicolas HAMILTON (GBR)  ROKiT Racing with Team HARD DNF
26     Aiden MOFFAT (GBR)  Laser Tools Racing NC
27     Jack GOFF (GBR)  RCIB Insurance with Fox Transport DNF