Ash Sutton and Senna Proctor head to Knockhill for more adrenaline fuelled BTCC racing


Adrian Flux Subaru Racing, run by Team BMR, travels to Knockhill, Scotland’s only track in the calendar, this weekend for the next three rounds of the 2019 British Touring Car Championship.

It’s a course that used to heavily favour the rear wheel drive cars before it was resurfaced, however both of the Adrian Flux Subaru Racing drivers will be hoping the Levorg’s chassis will put him in with a shout of a good grid position.

Ash Sutton, who is currently sixth in the drivers’ standings on 179 points, has already secured three podium finishes at Knockhill in his career so far and is hoping to make that four this weekend, but he knows how tricky the track can be: “Knockhill is it’s own beast!” Sutton explained.

“It is very tight and twisty and requires some guts and commitment. It reminds me of my karting days! I have had some very good results at Knockhill and if we look back to last year we could of had three wins in the wet!

“The car tends to go well here, but since it has been resurfaced it doesn’t favour us as much as it did being rear wheel drive, nonetheless we should be there or there abouts.”
Ash Sutton (GBR) Team BMR Subaru Levorg

Ash’s teammate Senna Proctor, driver of car 18, also stated how tricky the track can be to navigate, but believes both he and Sutton have a great chance at gaining vital points this weekend: “Knockhill is a very tricky circuit to get right with lots of hills and tight corners.”

Proctor explained further: “It’s a circuit I have historically done well at and hope to do the same this weekend. It’s a very rewarding track and I think our cars should suit it a little better than the longer tracks.

“For me this weekend is all about getting a stable weekend under my belt, we need to get some points on the board and maximise at one of our stronger tracks. “
Senna Proctor (GBR) Team BMR Subaru Levorg


Knockhill is located just 6km outside of Dunfermline and is the only Scottish track in the BTCC and has been a staple in the calendar for the past 15 years.

The track was created by joining nearby service roads from a disused mineral railway and was opened in September 1974, going on to become Scotland’s national motorsport centre.

Senna Proctor (GBR) Team BMR Subaru Levorg

 Watch it on TV

If you’re unable to find your way to the circuit to experience BTCC in the flesh then don’t despair, ITV4 will once again be showing live coverage (available in HD) of 2019 BTCC rounds, with extensive coverage of the support races.

Qualifying will be live online on Saturday (September 14, 2019) at

Rounds 22, 23 and 24 of the BTCC (as well as coverage of the support races) will be shown on ITV4 and ITV4 HD, Sunday (September 15, 2019) from 11:30am.

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