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Sport BTCC Thruxton: Ingram resists Cammish for race 2 victory

20:20  20 september  2020
20:20  20 september  2020 Source:   autosport.com

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Toyota Gazoo Racing UK's Tom Ingram took his second British Touring Car Championship race victory of the day after once again fending off Dan Cammish following a Neal once again completed the podium order in third after resisting early pressure from championship leader Ash Sutton in fourth.

Toyota ace Tom Ingram made it two wins from two in the British Touring Car Championship round at Thruxton . Cammish made a poor start from the outside of the front row, saying that he was lucky not to stall, and that allowed Team Dynamics stablemate Matt Neal into an early second place, as

a car driving on a race track: Ingram resists Cammish for Thruxton race 2 win © LAT Images Ingram resists Cammish for Thruxton race 2 win

Toyota ace Tom Ingram made it two wins from two in the British Touring Car Championship round at Thruxton.

As he had in race one, Ingram kept his Speedworks Motorsport-run Corolla just out of reach of the Honda Civic Type R of Dan Cammish, despite this time carrying the maximum 60kg of success ballast from his earlier victory.

Cammish made a poor start from the outside of the front row, saying that he was lucky not to stall, and that allowed Team Dynamics stablemate Matt Neal into an early second place, as Ingram built up a huge 1.542-seconds margin on the opening lap.

BTCC Thruxton: Ingram fends off Cammish to win opener

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Chilton, with his tyres wearing out due to the vibration, was over two seconds adrift of Cook going into the final lap, and he was then further hampered by a misfire, which would almost certainly have cost him second place had the Motorsport. BTCC Thruxton : Ingram resists Cammish for race 2 victory .

Previous / Ingram resists Cammish for Thruxton race 2 win. Chilton, with his tyres wearing out due to the vibration, was over two seconds adrift of Cook going into the final lap, and he was then further hampered by a misfire, which would almost certainly have cost him second place had the race run a

Neal, who said he knew Cammish was quicker than him, allowed his team-mate ahead into the first corner on the second lap.

Cammish wasted little time in eroding Ingram's advantage, and the leading Toyota was having to defend into the chicane at the end of lap five.

Ingram then pulled the gap back out to over half a second, but with a lap to go he made sluggish progress through the chicane and now Cammish was right on his tail.

Ingram stayed firm on the final lap, beating Cammish to the line by 0.291s.

"I was probably changing the brake bias and front bar about four times a lap as the tyre life dropped away," said Ingram, who added that he had an unwelcome bout of cramp in his buttock with a few laps remaining.

a motorcycle is parked on the side of a road: Ingram resists Cammish for Thruxton race 2 win © LAT Images Ingram resists Cammish for Thruxton race 2 win

"It was busy in there, but I know Dan is a class act and I could rest easy.

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Halfords Yuasa Racing drivers Dan Cammish and Matt Neal will be targeting more success as the Tom Ingram is aiming to put the ‘spark’ into his season when the 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Thruxton 2019 - Race 2 Tonight we're looking back to round 8 from 2019 You can catch race 2 from

Team Toyota GB's Tom Ingram has scored his second British Touring Car Championship race victory of the season after resisting Honda's Dan Starting from the Corolla's first BTCC pole position in over 27 years, Ingram led every lap of the opening race and kept Cammish at arm's length before

"If I made a mistake he would throw it down the inside, but if I didn't I knew I was safe."

Neal, outside the top three all season before Thruxton, was delighted to complete the second Dynamics 2-3 of the day, as the team runs a tweaked livery in deference to sponsor Yuasa's 10th anniversary with the squad.

Ash Sutton put Neal under pressure for most of the race in his Laser Tools Racing Infiniti, but the championship leader couldn't find a way past as he extended his series lead with fourth.

Adam Morgan ran fifth for 12 of the 16 laps, only for the Ciceley Motorsport Mercedes to succumb to power-steering pump failure.

That allowed Rory Butcher up to fifth in his Motorbase Performance Ford Focus.

As he had in race one, Tom Oliphant spent his time defending from an attack of BTC Racing Hondas - and this time it was all three of them swarming over the bootlid of his West Surrey Racing-run BMW 330i M Sport.

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Full race results of round 15 of the 2020 British Touring Car Championship from Thruxton . Ingram fends off Cammish again to take double victory .

Honda's Dan Cammish will start Sunday's opening race from pole position after narrowly defeating Toyota's Tom Ingram in a record-breaking British Touring Car Championship qualifying session at Thruxton . Cammish had already dominated the practice running prior to the 30-minute shootout, but

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BTCC Thruxton Race 2 results - 16 laps

PosDriverTeamCarGap
1Tom IngramSpeedworks MotorsportToyota20m43.719s
2Dan CammishTeam DynamicsHonda0.291s
3Matt NealTeam DynamicsHonda6.511s
4Ash SuttonLaser Tools RacingInfiniti7.776s
5Rory ButcherMotorbase PerformanceFord10.089s
6Tom OliphantWSRBMW11.192s
7Tom ChiltonBTC RacingHonda11.573s
8Josh CookBTC RacingHonda11.800s
9Michael CreesBTC RacingHonda12.390s
10Senna ProctorExcelr8 MotorsportHyundai13.438s
11Jake HillAmD TuningHonda13.830s
12Rob AustinPower Maxed RacingVauxhall15.265s
13Colin TurkingtonWSRBMW15.442s
14Ollie JacksonMotorbase PerformanceFord20.514s
15Jack GoffTeam HardVolkswagen21.024s
16Chris SmileyExcelr8 MotorsportHyundai27.313s
17Stephen JelleyTeam Parker RacingBMW30.532s
18Aiden MoffatLaser Tools RacingInfiniti30.866s
19Carl BoardleyTeam HardBMW40.482s
20Jack ButelCiceley MotorsportMercedes40.929s
21Tom Onslow-ColeTeam HardVolkswagen42.216s
22Sam OsborneAmD TuningHonda55.579s
23Andy NeateMotorbase PerformanceFord56.159s
-Adam MorganCiceley MotorsportMercedesRetirement
-Bobby ThompsonTrade Price Cars RacingAudiRetirement
-James GornallTrade Price Cars RacingAudiRetirement
-Nicolas HamiltonTeam HardVolkswagenRetirement

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Car Championship race victory of 2020 in a dominant BTC Racing 1- 2 finish at Thruxton . Although Chilton was able to follow Cook for much of the race , Cook eventually crossed the line over three- seconds ahead of his BTC Racing stablemate. Ingrams holds off Cammish for race one win.

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