DAN Cammish collected two more Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship podium places for his Droitwich team at Oulton Park.

But the main talking point for his Halfords Yuasa Racing colleague Matt Neal was a crash in the third contest involving Jake Hill who was held responsible for the incident and denied victory.

Cammish finished second and third in the first two races with mature driving and 17th in the finale while Neal had a pair of 11th places after failing to finish the opener.

As a result Cammish moved up to sixth in the standings on 130 points with Neal seventh on 125.

Reigning champion and competition leader Colin Turkington, of Team BMW, secured his 50th BTCC race victory thanks to a double in Cheshire.

BMW Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan grabbed consecutive podiums to move into second overall ahead of BTC Racing’s Josh Cook.

Team Parker Racing’s Stephen Jelley eventually won the final thrilling race after on-the-road winner Hill’s post-race penalty.

On lap three Neal slid down the inside of Hill across the start-finish line and took the lead.

As Neal’s Honda Civic Type R tucked ahead of the Audi S3 into Old Hall, contact was made and the manufacturer Honda car was spun across the track.

Kidderminster’s Daniel Rowbottom was 21st, 15th and 16th.

The BTCC enters its mid-season summer break before resuming at Snetterton on August 3 and 4.