This is good stuff. When he did a few drives in 2009 it showed he’d lost none of his speed. Stick him in Alex MacDowall’s seat at RML, though I guess Plato would have something to say about that..
Turkington was always my favourite and I’d love to see him back more than anyone. It’s a shame that most teams seem to hire mediocre pay drivers alongside their number one’s, but I guess that’s a sign of the times.
This is an interesting development. I’d have thought Chevrolet would’ve made more sense considering his WTCC time with them, but then I’m still fairly new to the way BTCC works and the politics involved.