The polystyrene problem behind BTCC qualifying farce

The polystyrene problem behind BTCC qualifying farce

The British Touring Car Championship qualifying session at Croft was disrupted by five red flags, with three coming after drivers hit Recticel barriers placed at certain corners. The paddock - with expert analysis from Rob Austin - reacts

It was a bizarre and disrupted British Touring Car Championship at Croft.

There were five red flag stoppages - with the eventual pole-winner and the joint-championship leader among those to cause the interruptions.

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