Blundell opens up about "painful" BTCC season

Blundell opens up about

Mark Blundell has scored points just once in 24 BTCC races this year and was even told to consider quitting by a rival driver. He explains the factors behind his poor form and whether he will stay for 2020

After scoring points just once in 24 British Touring Car Championship races to date, it's no surprise ex-Formula 1 driver and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Mark Blundell describes his BTCC season as "the worst of his career" and is now considering his future in the category.

Back in May, Tom Chilton hit out at the 53-year-old after their clash in qualifying at Thruxton, saying Blundell should consider quitting the series given his struggles to adapt to it.

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