Video: BTCC Snetterton highlights

Highlights from the BTCC race at Snetterton, ahead of the next round at Knockhill on 25-26 August

After a six-week break, the British Touring Car Championship has once again returned to Snetterton, with the usual post-break uncertainty providing some great racing. The DynoJet Toyota Avensis came back stronger than ever with a pole position and podium finish in the first race. Championship chasers Jason Plato and Andrew Jordan took the first two wins, with Dave Newsham taking the last win of the day.

The next round of this year's BTCC, will be held at Knockhill on 25-26 August. For more detailed race results and championship standings, visit www.btcc.net.

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