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BTCC 2010 season review gallery

With an exciting final round on October 10, we review the season with a big photo gallery

Sunday 10 October will see the thrilling season finale of the 2010 British Touring Car Championship take place at Brands Hatch.

A record four drivers – Jason Plato, Matt Neal, Tom Onslow-Cole and Gordon Shedden – representing three different makes (Chevrolet, Honda and Ford) will go into the title-deciding final three races of the season with a chance of being crowned the 2010 BTCC Champion.

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They will arrive there covered by 24 points with a maximum of 52 up for grabs so the day is guaranteed to provide plenty of fireworks as each vies to lift one of the UK’s most prestigious motor sport trophies.

And get a feel for all the season's thrills and spills with our comprehensive gallery below...

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