POSITIVE WEEKEND FOR PMR SEES CONSISTENT POINTS HAUL

Last weekend saw the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship head to the UK’s fastest track, Thruxton, as fan-favourite Rob Austin made a long-awaited return under the Power Maxed Car Care Racing banner for a one-off event. The opening encounter saw Austin make a great start, gaining three places during the first few laps to get up to 13th. This meant the 39-year-old would start race two 12th on the grid, but with the advantage of carrying zero success ballast. With the #10 car making it into the now infamous BTCC Reverse Grid Draw, hopes for a pole position start for race three were cruelly dashed as it was revealed that Austin would begin the final race of the day yet again from 12th on the grid. “Despite the car being consistently one of the quickest on track, we had no results to show for it going into Thruxton. “PMR is a great team, and you don’t need me to tell you that they have built a great BTCC car in the Astra – it’s already well-proven.

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