Andrew Jordan Hopes For Change In Fortune At Oulton Park
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Andrew Jordan and Pirtek Racing hope for change in fortune at Oulton Park

18/05/2017 | Racing

BMW Pirtek Racing's Andrew Jordan will hope to get his Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship campaign back on track this weekend when the series heads to Oulton Park for the fourth round of the year.

Andrew enjoyed a fine start to life with the West Surrey Racing team earlier in the season with a race winning performance at Brands Hatch on his debut at the wheel of the team's BMW 125i M Sport.

The following events at Donington Park and Thruxton have seen Andrew out of luck however, with his pace on track being much better than his results would suggest.

Now sitting eleventh in the championship standings, Andrew makes the journey to Cheshire looking to return to the form that saw him take BMWs first win of the year during the opening meeting of the season.

The 2013 title winner has enjoyed a strong record at Oulton Park in the past, which included his first touring car podium finish back in 2008, and will hope to at least add to his tally of top three finishes at a circuit that has traditionally played to the strengths of rear-wheel drive cars.

Andrew will also have the benefit of going into the weekend without any additional success ballast on his car by virtue of his championship position.

"We've been unlucky in the past two meetings, and the results at both Donington Park and Thruxton haven't been a fair reflection of our pace," he said. "That's how it goes sometimes in a championship as tight as this, but having had our fair share of bad luck, I'm hoping that Oulton Park will see our fortunes improve.

"It's one of the real old school circuits on the calendar and one that has been good to me in the past. I really enjoy driving there and I go into the weekend in confident mood given how strong the real wheel drive cars have been in recent years.

"The lack of success ballast can only help, and I'll be looking to make the most of that in qualifying to put us right in the mix for race day. I'm keen to pick up three strong results to get my season back on track and want to come away from the weekend with a trophy or two."

After qualifying on Saturday 20 May at 15.50, the first of three BTCC races will be at 12.17 on Sunday, with race two at 14.52 and race three at 17.02.
All three races will be broadcast on ITV4, whilst qualifying will be broadcast live on Live timing and results from the weekend will be available at

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