Privateer Toyota Avensis driver Frank Wrathall Jr suffered mixed fortunes in the final Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship race of the weekend at Donington Park. Frank and the Dynojet Racing team went into the final race boosted by the pace shown in race two, but a broken gear linkage on the green flag lap meant he was forced to return to the pits before the race started. Quick work from the team allowed him to join the race and although not classified as a finisher, Frank lapped quicker than a number of cars ahead and was able to battle on track with the likes of defending champion Jason Plato and race one winner Matt Neal. Frank commented "When the gear linkage broke, I thought the race was over but great work from the team meant they fitted a new one and I was able to go out on track and have some fun," he said. "We have showed again the progress we have made with the car and the speed we have found. I set some good lap times despite being in traffic and the fact I was being held up by people like Matt and Jason was a nice feeling." The rising star sponsored by Angel Springs the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, feels more confident about the potential the Avensis has as he progresses through each round finding more speed and a better overall performance.
Both Angel and Frank feel positive about the forth coming rounds and the rest of the season.