Eurotech Racing will run three cars in the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, having secured a third TBL for next season.
Speedworks Motorsports will run a Team Dynamics-built Honda Civic Type-R in the 2016 British Touring Car Championship, driven by multiple Hot Rod champion, Matt Simpson.
The 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship kept people guessing until the final few corners, with Gordon Shedden emerging as champion for the second time in his career for Honda Yuasa Racing after a season-long dice with Jason Plato.
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As part of their Dunlop prize for finishing first and second, Clio Cup rivals Ashley Sutton and Ash Hand were at Snetterton testing the Motorbase BTCC car, TCF caught up.
The official list of TOCA BTCC Licence (TBL) allocations have been announced for the 2016 BTCC season, Honda Yuasa Racing and Speedworks Motorsport both granted an additional licence.
Aiden Moffat’s partnership with Ciceley Motorsport, Laser Tools Racing and Mercedes will continue once again into the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season.
Andrew Jordan will switch from Triple Eight to the Motorbase Ford squad for the 2016 British Touring Car Championship season.
A change in the 2016 BTCC sporting regulations will see grids for the second race determined by the original format, meaning race one results decide the starting positions for race two.
Rob Austin told TCF that he would consider switching to a FWD car for the 2016 BTCC season, but insists that he will continue looking at several options to to replace the Audi A4 machines.
Jeff Smith confirmed that Eurotech Racing will have the first of their new Honda Civic Type-R machines readied this week, telling TCF he hopes to bring in an experienced BTCC racer to drive a third car next season.
British Touring Car Championship teams are looking into plans for a special non-championship event at Donington Park next summer, Motorsport News has revealed.
Rob Collard spoke to TCF about a BTCC season which he admitted to thoroughly enjoying with West Surrey Racing, adding that he has “offers on the table” for 2016.
Team BMR boss Warren Scott admitted to being “sorely disappointed” not to see one of his drivers clinch the 2015 BTCC title, telling TCF that the defeat will leave them fighting back stronger in 2016.