Jason Plato Caparo T1 crash test fire
former BTCC champion Jason Plato testing new Caparo T1 track car at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, England for British TV (Channel 5) the Mclaren F1 team designed supercar suffers a oil fire whilst going over 150mph, Jason Plato suffered burns to his neck and hands but still went on to compete in the BTCC 2007 finale at Thruxton, narrowly missing out on the championship.
Jason Plato takes out Matt Neal @ Snetterton
Race 2 of the Snetterton round of the British Touring Car Championship gets ugly as Jason Plato restablishes himself as the dirtiest racer in BTCC. Runs Matt Neal off the road twice on the last lap and collects the win. As usual, the officials did absolutely nothing, probably giddy at themselves over the prospect of becoming the NASCAR of Europe by promoting crashing over actual racing
5th Gear - (Jason Plato) Maserati GranTurismo
Season 13 Episode 3
Jason Plato tests the £78,000 Maserati Gran Turismo, and Jonny Smith stages a crash to demonstrate the need for child restraints in taxis - which are currently not required by law. Tiff Needell travels to France to assess the new Audi A3 Cabriolet, while Vicki Butler-Henderson pits the legendary Lotus Carlton against its modern equivalent, the VXR8
Porsche 911 GT2 v Corvette ZR1 - drag race by autocar.co.uk
Which is faster in a one-mile drag race? Porsche 911 GT2 or Corvette ZR1? Visit http://www.autocar.co.uk/porsche/ for the latest Porsche news and reviews, or http://www.autocar.co.uk/chevrolet for the ZR1 reviews.
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Jason Plato "What A Save" BTCC 2009 Round 1 Race 3 at Brands Hatch
Jason does a fantastic save after being hit from behind by Jonathan Adam as they enter Paddock Hill Bend at nearly 100 MPH.
Jonathan was subsequently given a four second penalty which handed Jason the win.
Commentators are Ben Edwards and former BTCC and 2008 Porsche Carrera Cup Champion Tim Harvey
Mark Webber and his 911 GT2 RS
What do you drive for fun when you race in Formula One for a living? The answer is the 911 GT2 RS. Formula One star and 911 GT2 RS owner, Mark Webber, talks about why he picked the most powerful production 911 as his car of choice and gives a few lucky passengers, on the Porsche tracks at Silverstone, a lap that they will never forget. To find out how you can drive at Silverstone visit: http://www.porsche.co.uk/experienceshop
Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5:
911 turbo models 11,7-11,4 l/100km; CO2 emission: 275-268 g/km