The British Touring Car Championship is beyond rowdy: fact. There's not a lot of mechanical sympathy in the BTCC, that's for sure. Only problem: we don't get it on television. That's about to change.
Robb Holland will soon be the first American driver in the British Touring Car Championship in 37 years. This is a huge challenge and his first race is this weekend at Snetterton. As prep for his race he's answering your questions, live, right here.
Not since Bill Gubelmann raced a Ford Capri in 1975 has there been an American in the British Touring Car Championship. Colorado-born Robb Holland will be racing a Honda Civic S2000, taking the fight to the Brits.
This was Adams' first British Touring Car Championship race and, being new, he apparently missed the breaking point for the turn and went full speed underneath Plato's rear. The sliding save works because the FWD Chevy accelerates itself out of the slide and into the next turn by getting hard on the gas. Plato slid…