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Oliphant joins BTCC grid as Cicely expands to two cars

Ciceley Motorsport has today announced that it is to expand its line-up, with Tom Oliphant signing a deal to join the team for an assault on the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Oliphant wil partner Adam Morgan at Cicely Motorsport.

Leamington Spa-based Oliphant has been racing on the BTCC support package for the last four seasons. The 27-year-old sensationally won the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup in a record-breaking 2015 season before moving to the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, in which he scored six podium results and finished in the top four in the title race in both 2016 and 2017.

Morgan commits to Cicely for 2018

Ciceley Motorsport has today announced that longstanding driver Adam Morgan will be returning for the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

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Offers were on the table for Morgan to move team and championship during the winter break but the Lancashireman made his intentions clear, preferring to stay put, with he and Ciceley eyeing a championship challenge this season.

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Morgan to make Chinese Touring Car debut

Taking advantage of the BTCC's summer break, Ciceley Motorsports' Adam Morgan is heading for South Korea to race in the Chinese Touring Car Championship. Adam will drive a 2 litre turbo Volkswagen Passat for the 333 Works VW Team around the Korean International Circuit this weekend.

Adam who has had a very busy year already away from the British Touring Car Championship competing in the Goodwood Revival and the Goodwood Festival of Speed BTCC shoot out will only arrive at the track late on Thursday and after a track walk and seat fitting will be thrown straight into the deep end!

Typically Adam is more concerned about arriving at the circuit as he has to endure 3 long haul flights and a 3 and a half hour bus ride. He will take on the race as it comes, in his confident stride.

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Morgan hoping for repeat BTCC success at home

After his win at Thruxton, proud Lancastrian Adam Morgan is looking forward to the fourth weekend of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship hosted at his home circuit Oulton Park this weekend.

For the third year in succession the Ribchester Rocket, his Ciceley Motorsport/WIX Racing team and their Mercedes-Benz A-Class enter the weekend on a real high after winning the Championships last race at the country’s fastest track Thruxton and enjoying a rich vein of form.

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Times tumble in second practice

A drying track led to faster lap times in the final free practice session before the cars head out for qualifying this afternoon.

Colin Turkington was fastest, as all 27 cars headed out on track for the first time together.

The BMR driver set a fastest time of 48.940, just six hundredths of a second ahead of BMW's Andy Priaulx.

Aron Smith was third fastest, with Jason Plato fourth and Sam Tordoff, who had led much of the session, in fifth.