Dunlop British Touring Car Championship driver Rob Austin will be among the star attractions at this weekend’s Coventry MotoFest when he performs spectacular demonstration runs in his Audi ‘Sherman’ on the city’s streets.
The event’s course runs along Coventry’s Ring Road. Last year’s inaugural event attracted 70,000 people – many of them new to motor sport with cars from a variety of categories performing demonstration runs.
David Addison and Paul O'Neill host another behind-the-scenes feature show from Thruxton, with the latest 20-minute-plus monster episode jam-packed with more exclusive content than ever.
Learn about the kind of challenges Mickey Butler from Dunlop Tyres faces on race weekends, see how Mike Bushell assessed his crash in qualifying and watch Pat Blakeney from Thruxton discuss the adjustments he has made to the circuit there.
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Watch the conclusion to the dramatic second Ginetta Junior race at Thruxton, as a potential new racing star was born in the form of 14-year-old German Sophia Floersch.
The youngster claimed two wins in two races at Thruxton, impressing the crowd and fellow drivers alike. The brace of wins saw Sophia become the first rookie winner of 2015, and the first female race-winner in the championship in more than four-and-a-half years. She also moved up to fourth in the Ginetta Junior title race, from 13th.
Adam Morgan secured a stellar second BTCC career victory with a flawless drive in the final race at Thruxton.
Jason Plato produced a defensive masterclass to win race two of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Thruxton, after fending off the attentions from Rob Collard’s BMW for much of the contest.