Defending British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington made it two out of three victories at Snetterton this weekend.
The 2014 champion converted his pole position into a win for the opening race, followed home by teammates Aron Smith and Jason Plato for a Team BMR podium lockout. Turkington was never troubled throughout the race, as Smith and Plato were left in is dust to squabble over second and third, with a one-second gap between the pair for the majority of the race.
Meanwhile, the MG of Andrew Jordan kept pace with the Volkswagens and continued to hound Plato all the way to the finish. Former World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx got in on the act and diverted Jordan’s attention from Plato by closing up to finish fifth, while Honda driver Matt Neal rounded off the top six places.
Thanks to his blistering pace in the first race and subsequent fastest lap, Turkington started race two on pole position. And despite carrying the extra maximum success ballast for his victorious efforts from race one, he continued his faultless drive in race two to once again take the chequered flag.