Can the BTCC fill a Plato/Neal void?

Can the BTCC fill a Plato/Neal void?

BTCC legends Jason Plato and Matt Neal hit new personal milestones this season. But what happens when the numbers stop increasing? The series needs to work out how to keep the interest up when its two biggest stars bow out

The two stalwarts of the British Touring Car Championship, Matt Neal and Jason Plato, will both have momentous staging points in their own careers to reflect on this season.

Neal will hit 600 races in the second encounter at Silverstone at the weekend, while Plato has already smashed through his own 500 races barrier and achieved it in style with a victory, his first for the Team BMR Subaru Levorg GT, at Knockhill back in August.

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