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15/06/2016 | Racing

Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan has high hopes of entering the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship’s summer break on a high as he prepares for the fifth meeting of the year this weekend at Croft. Andrew goes into the weekend as the man to beat in the Independents’ Championship having secured the points lead last time out at Oulton Park, where he picked up three more top ten finishes at the wheel of his Motorbase Performance-run Ford Focus.

With one victory to his name already this season, sits in a solid sixth place overall – just 37 points away from the series lead – as he returns to the circuit where he made his debut in car racing back in 2003 in Junior Rallycross.

The North Yorkshire circuit was also the scene of Andrew’s maiden BTCC victory back in 2010, with podium finishes – including a second win in 2014 – coming in each of the following four seasons.

“Croft is a circuit that holds good memories for me having been the place where I took my first touring car win, which was also the first win for Pirtek Racing,” he said. “It’s also one where the Ford has gone well in the past, and hopefully we will be able to challenge for some strong results in the final meeting before the summer break.

“While Croft is a venue that has favoured rear-wheel drive in the past, I’m confident that we will have a good package this weekend and if we find ourselves in a position to fight for podiums and victories, then that is what I’ll be aiming to do.

“However, way this season is panning out, scoring regularly is going to be vital when we get to the business end of the year, and three solid top ten finishes at the very least are important to strengthen our Independents’ lead and also to maintain our challenge in the overall standings.”

After qualifying on Saturday 18 June at 16.00, the first of three BTCC races will be at 12.02 on Sunday, with race two at 14.39 and race three at 17.06. All three races will be broadcast on ITV4, whilst qualifying will be broadcast live on www.itv.com. Live timing and results from the weekend will be available at www.tsl-timing.com

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