Neal found guilty of bringing BTCC into disrepute

Multiple Dunlop MSA British Touring car champion Matt Neal has been found guilty of bringing the championship into disrepute, and the Team Dynamics team he part owns has been fined £25,000 and had its TOCA BTCC licenses revoked, after comments he made at Rockingham were published in a motorsport magazine.

The hearing came after an investigation into the remarks by the championship stewards, who met on Tuesday.

  • Matt Neal

Drivers penalised after race one

Fabrizio Giovanardi is racing under appeal in the second race at Croft today. The stewards penalised him for contact with Aron Smith, and he would have been sent to the back of the grid due to it being his third penalty of the season.

However the team appealed and the Italian will start from 12th.

Andrew Jordan was also penalised for an incident with Matt Neal. They swap positions on the grid for round 14.