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Bratt not ruling out more tin-top races after strong BTCC debut at Oulton Park

Will BrattWill Bratt has not ruled out more tin-top racing after making a strong British Touring Car debut at Oulton Park last weekend.

The former Euroseries 3000 champion suffered a broken anti-rollbar and diff issues on Rob Austin Racing's second Audi A4 in qualifying, limiting him to 18th.

He came through to eighth in race one and believed fifth was possible in the second encounter before he clipped a tyre corner-marker and broke the suspension. Bratt then took 11th in the finale, despite two clashes with Adam Morgan.

"I've never driven a car like this, but it's quick and the team has done a good job," said the 24-year-old. "It's a one-off at the moment, but we'll see. It depends on what opportunities come up budget-wise."

Team boss Rob Austin plans to have his car out for the next round at Croft, and would like to run Bratt alongside him.

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