The first round of the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch, Kent was an exciting weekend for all of the drivers’ especially rising young talent Frank Wrathall Jnr in his debut in this year’s championship. Frank along with the rest of the team worked extremely hard to ensure everything was ready for race day. Frank got off to a brilliant start but did encounter some difficulty forcing him to not to finish, although disappointed he has remained positive about the forthcoming round this weekend, and looked at the first round at Brands Hatch as a learning curve. Frank commented "Although the weekend didn't go to plan, it was a huge achievement to even get the car out on track. Everyone in the team has put a massive amount of effort, time and dedication to get us into this position, and I'm proud of them all. We are trying to develop this car into something spectacular, and it was never going to be an easy project. Every brand new car has teething problems, its just unfortunate that the timescale has meant the first time we have properly run the car to find these issues has been at the first round. We have a lot of work to do, but developing the NGTC car is an amazing project to be involved with and everybody in the team is excited and eager to get the car to the front of the grid. The potential of the Toyota is huge; I got a glimpse at Brands Hatch as to what this car is capable of. The car looks stunning and sounds great, it’s a pleasure to drive and I'm looking forward to the next few rounds." Both Frank and Angel Springs Ltd the UK’s leading water cooler service provider, who sponsor Frank as part of their Rising Star Scheme are confident about the next few rounds and the potential the Toyota Avensis has.