MATT Neal and Dan Cammish are targeting more milestones as the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season enters the title-deciding final stretch.

The Droitwich team Halfords Yuasa Racing duo will head to Silverstone for rounds 25 to 27 tomorrow and on Sunday in high spirits having accumulated multiple wins, podiums and pole positions.

There remains everything to play for in the drivers’, teams’ and manufacturers’ championships, while Cammish maintains a comfortable advantage in the Jack Sears Trophy.

For Neal, the penultimate round of the season will see his Civic Type R shed a sizeable portion of its ballast, a benefit the three-time BTCC champion believes gives him a fine chance of repeating his victory for Honda at Silverstone 12 months ago.

“I’m feeling really buoyant coming to Silverstone and I really can’t wait to get back out on track,” Neal said.

“We’ve had a challenging couple of rounds but we’re in much better shape for Silverstone and I’m confident we will have one of the most competitive packages out there.

“Better still, we won’t be carrying too much weight and in a championship where the smallest edges can make the biggest difference.

“That can only be a positive at this critical stage of the season.

“I believe in the Halfords Yuasa Racing team and the car, so I am going to be pushing for every possible point.

“If you’re a Honda supporter, get your colours on, come down and give us some support.”

After complementing his qualifying milestone with a brace of podiums come race day in Scotland, Cammish also has high hopes the Civic Type R will be well suited to the flat, sweeping curves of the legendary Northamptonshire venue.

“After a big step forward at Knockhill I’m eager to maintain that forward momentum at Silverstone and bring home another strong set of results for the Halfords Yuasa Racing team,” Cammish said.

“Looking ahead to Silverstone, the new Civic Type R should be well suited to this circuit and we will surely benefit from having a lighter car than many of our direct competitors.

“With this in mind, I come into the event feeling energised and confident of a successful weekend.”

Drivers’ standings: 1 Colin Turkington 269 points, 2 Tom Ingram 226, 3 Ashley Sutton 218, 4 Andrew Jordan 210, 5 Cook 205, 6 Tom Chilton 204, 9 Matt Neal 177, 10 Dan Cammish 161.

Manufacturers’ standings: 1 BMW 681 points, 2 Honda 614, 3 Vauxhall 590, 4 Subaru 455.

Teams’ standings: 1 Team BMW 356 points, 2 Halfords Yuasa Racing 329, 3 Power Maxed TAG Racing 329, 4 Team Shredded Wheat Racing with Gallagher 250, 5 WIX Racing with Eurotech 228, 6 Speedworks Motorsport 218.

Jack Sears Trophy standings: 1 Dan Cammish 351, 2 Chris Smiley 310, 3. Rory Butcher 275, 4 Matt Simpson 254, 5 Ollie Jackson 225, 6 Tom Oliphant 213.