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Friday, July 07 2017
Ashley Sutton (Subaru) set the fastest overall time of the
Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship's two-day test period
which took place at Snetterton this week (Wednesday and Thursday),
ahead of the second half of the championship, which kicks off at
the Norfolk circuit at the end of the month (29-30 July).
Sutton's Thursday morning time of 1m57.130s was three-tenths of
a second faster than the best time of Eurotech Honda driver Jack
Goff, who set the pace on Wednesday. Goff remained second though,
with an effort just five-hundredths of a second shy of Sutton's
Tom Ingram, who led the championship earlier in the year,
onboard his Speedworks Toyota Avensis, was third, whilst Jake Hill
was another young charger on the pace, ending up fourth in his
Tom Chilton, who returned to the championship this year to
spearhead Vauxhall's manufacturer-backed return, was positive about
the circuit at the test, saying: "I absolutely love [Snetterton -
it's] a beautiful circuit. We've figured out some good things,
we're sure we've got more to come and it's exciting, the second
half of the year should be very strong for us.
"It's always the halfway point at Snetterton and to do a two-day
test before coming to race here is useful especially for a new car.
What I like is that you've got three second gear corners, and then
you've got a few third, fourth and fifth gear corners. You've got
it all, plus the corners where you brake hard in a straight line,
corners where you brake and turn - I like all that because you're
balancing the car on the brakes as you're turning. So it really
gives you a chance to feel the car in pitch and roll, which is
really good when you're trying to get the right spring and roll bar
combination and then linking it all into the damping for the long
corners, it's really enjoyable."
Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship Snetterton
test, overall result
1, Ashley Sutton, Adrian Flux Subaru Racing, Subaru Levorg GT,
2, Jack Goff, Eurotech, Honda Civic Type R, +0.059s
3, Tom Ingram, Speedworks, Toyota Avensis, +0.263s
4, Jake Hill, Tag Racing, VW CC, +0.290s
5, Dave Newsham, BTC Norlin, Chevrolet Cruze, +0.366s
6, Colin Turkington, Team BMW, BMW 125i M Sport, +0.525s
7, Ollie Jackson, AmD Tuning, Audi S3, +0.663s
8, Aiden Moffat, Laser Tools Racing, Mercedes-Benz A-Class,
9, Adam Morgan, Ciceley Motorsport, Mercedes-Benz A-Class,
10, Mat Jackson, Team Shredded Wheat Racing, Ford Focus ST,
Tickets for the BTCC at Snetterton on 29/30 July are
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