After a scintillating weekend of British Touring Car Championship racing at Oulton Park, the HiQ fast fit network is already counting down the days for the next installment of drama.

At the same venue last year, HiQ was selling strawberries to the masses of fans around the famous Cheshire circuit as part of its Strawberry Tea fundraiser for Breast Cancer Care.

This time around, the network was able to feast on the action, with Tom Onslow-Cole, Jason Plato and Matt Neal haring the wins.

And while Neal's win in race three means he leaves with a slender championship lead, the honours also go to Airwaves BMW for stretching their lead in the HiQ Teams' Championship.

Away from the circuit, an air show from the Typhoon Eurofighter captured everyone's imagination, and reminded HiQ why so many supporters love Oulton Park (coming second to Brands Hatch in a recent HiQ online poll)

In front of a huge crowd that included Olympic cycling and World gymnastics gold medallists Ed Clancy and Beth Tweddle, Onslow-Cole (pictured leading above) led race one all the way from pole position in his LPG-powered Team Aon Ford Focus, standing up to intense pressure from Neal's Honda Racing Team team-mate Gordon Shedden and WSR BMW driver Robert Collard.

Behind, Neal and Plato who'd gone into today tied for the series lead, experienced varying fortunes. While lying fourth, Plato was knocked off the track and down to tenth so instead it was Neal, who finished eighth, who gained an early upper hand.

Plato then came through from tenth on the grid to win race two, his Silverline Chevrolet Cruze crossing the line with heavy front-end damage after a robust move on early leader Onslow-Cole. Neal also passed Onslow-Cole to take second but it was not enough to stop Plato from now moving ahead in the standings.

But that was to change around again in race three. Home hero, Preston's Tom Boardman, led for much of the race until Neal overtook him in the closing laps for his third win of 2010. With Plato finishing back in sixth, Neal is therefore left with a small eight-point advantage at the top of the table.

HiQ'a marketing manager Geraldine McGovern said: "One of the highlights of the year is a visit to Oulton Park for the BTCC, and this year is no different.

"Three enthralling races, thousands of passionate fans, and all manner of fond memories to take with us to the next race weekend at Croft on June20."

HiQ Teams' Championship Points:
1. Airwaves BMW,153
2. Honda Racing Team, 150
3. Team Aon, 119
4. Silverline Chevrolet, 116
5. Uniq Racing with 888, 70
5., 59