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Darren Turner proved a hit with fans when he and his SEAT Leon TDI appeared at Banbury’s HiQ centre last night (Thursday).
Turner, hoping to follow up his Knockhill win with another victory this Sunday at Silverstone, answered questions about the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship, signed autographs and posed for photos.
His appearance marked the eighth Fans Forum staged by BTCC title sponsor HiQ this season in the run-up to a forthcoming race weekend.
HiQ Banbury centre manager Roger Milligan said: “We had well over 100 fans here, who were delighted to meet Darren and ask him questions about the BTCC.
“We would like to thank everyone who attended and we will all be cheering Darren on at Silverstone on Sunday.”
HiQ’s BTCC spokesman James Bailey said: “Darren proved to be a big hit. It was great to see so many fans engaging with him. We are all big fans of Darren at HiQ and we hope he has a great weekend at Silverstone. We wish him well.”
HiQ Banbury is a purpose built automotive specialist dedicated to providing the highest quality products and servicing for motorists and their vehicles. The centre provides a dedicated fast fit service fully geared to meeting the needs of a comprehensive range of cars and light commercial vehicles.
Fans can become even further involved with the BTCC thanks to HiQ’s Champagne Moment award that invites the public to vote for the favourite driver who most captures their imagination on BTCC race day. One fan who votes for the most popular driver will be invited to the following race meeting to present him with his Champagne Moment award – a bottle of bubbly. Visit www.hiqonline.co.uk for more details.