There has been little rest for Frank Wrathall Jr and the Dynojet racing team in the 4 week break from the British Touring Car Championship 2011, as the team prepare for Sunday’s rounds at their ‘home circuit’ Oulton Park in Cheshire. Frank and the rest of the team have been focusing on developing the NGTC Toyota Avensis, and have performed a major rebuild eradicating the issues that they had during the last round at Thruxton. There have been revisions made to the steering system and the chassis has been given detailed attention improving the handling and reliability, something that has affected their performance throughout the previous rounds. Rising star Frank sponsored by Angel Springs the UK’s leading water cooler service provider under the ‘Rising Stars Scheme’ commented, “Our priority now is reliability. We need to get some race finishes under our belt, and we have been doing a lot of dyno-testing with the engine to try to trace the problems which afflicted us at Thruxton last month. Hopefully at Oulton Park, we can pace ourselves and put in a solid showing. We have done a tremendous amount to the Toyota since Thruxton; in fact, it’s been like building a whole new car again.” With Oulton Park being his home circuit it will be an exciting experience for spectators and for Frank. Although not one of his favourite tracks Frank has had many races there throughout his career prior to his BTCC debut. Last year Frank did well at the Oulton Park meets with 2nd places in his Ginetta G50 and went on to be crowned Ginetta G50 Champion of 2010. Oulton Park has always attracted one of the biggest crowds of the BTCC season and this season proves to be no different. Be sure to look out for Frank and his Angel branded car, live this Sunday on ITV4 and ITV4 HD from 11:30am to 6pm with highlights on later ITV1.