Green Apple Poised to Win Belgium’s Racing Car Championship

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Chad Racing has extended its lead in the 2012 BRCC, with their driver Iain Dockerkill on-course to be crowned champion. But will his son, who just joined the contest, join or knock him off the podium?

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It really is looking very good for Iain and we’re also excited at the prospect of Iain’s son, Christopher, joining him on the podium.

Green Apple’s racing team continues to clock up championship points, after another sensational race weekend at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit on July 6th, which saw driver Iain Dockerill surge ahead in both the short and long race championships.

Steering from strength-to-strength, the team sponsored by Green Apple Flooring Company is just three race weekends away from clinching victory.

Chad’s driver, Iain Dockerill, finished fifth in the long race (first in class), seventh in the first short race (third in class) and fourth in the second short race (first in class).

Meanwhile, Iain’s son Christopher – also racing in a Kia – joined the action, driving a very powerful start to his own title hopes. Dockerill’s junior finished twelfth in the long race (third in class), eleventh in the first short race (fourth in class) and ninth in the second short race (fourth in class).

Dockerill and his co-driver, Phillipe Steveny, are now gearing up to continue their phenomenal form at the next race meeting.

Green Apple Flooring’s Managing Director, Stephen MacVicar, is thrilled that Chad continues to lead the championship. Stephen said, “It really is looking very good for Iain and we’re also excited at the prospect of Iain’s son, Christopher, joining him on the podium.”

He added, “Let’s hope both Iain and Christopher get a place on the podium. It’ll be great to keep it in the family!”

The racing action continues at Spa on July 26th, where Dockerill and son will go head-to-head. But who will be crowned the winner?

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