Colin Turkington is leading the field at the close of the fourth round of the 2014 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship after a close day of racing at Oulton Park.
Turkington was on pole position for the opening race, and ran away from the pack as the chequered flag was dropped, with his team-mate Rob Collard quickly slotting into second place. A series of fast and consistent lap times meant that as he crossed the line to win the first race of the day, Turkington was some 2.7 seconds clear of Collard in second.
With the two BMWs taking the top spots, it was left to Jason Plato to take third position, ahead of Gordon Shedden in fourth in his Honda Civic Tourer. Reigning champion Andrew Jordan struggled in this first heat, carrying 45kg of ballast. He finished in 15th place behind Alain Menu.
Turkington also managed to take the crown in race two, with Collard again crossing the line in second place ahead of Rob Austin's Audi. However, a ruling from officials determined that an overtake made by Austin before a safety car was bought on was legal, therefore promoting him to second place.