The final hurdle in a champion's hunt for a third title

The final hurdle in a champion's hunt for a third title

The BTCC's cool-headed two-time champion has competition from a man fighting for his first title, but the history of Brands Hatch finales makes a favourite impossible to pick

The British Touring Car Championship is coming down to a two-way shoot out at Brands Hatch this weekend. Three races will decide the destiny of the 2018 crown, and the main players will be Colin Turkington in the WSR BMW 125i M Sport and Tom Ingram in the Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis.

Motorbase Ford Focus driver Tom Chilton has a mathematical chance of overall glory, but he would require something seismic to happen to claim the silverware. Realistically, it's Turkington versus Ingram for the biggest prize in UK motorsport.

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