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BTCC 2011 Team-By-Team Previews

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With the start of another British Touring Car season only days away has put together a look at each one of the 15 teams that are due to take the first green flag of the season at Brands Hatch.

With a run down the package team's will be putting on track and their drivers' prospective aims (and chances of achieving them) and comments from drivers spanning every team in the pitlane.

Find out what the biggest danger to Matt Neal's feet is and who describes their 2010 car as agricultural. And above all find out who we expect to be pushing for the title, taking wins and picking up the scraps and then tell us your predictions for the season ahead.

BTCC 2011 Team-By-Team Previews:

Silverline Chevrolet – No.1 Jason Plato, No.20 Alex MacDowall
Honda Racing Team – No.2 Matt Neal, No.52 Gordon Shedden
Team Aon – No.5 Tom Chilton, No.44 Andy Neate
Airwaves Racing – No.7 Mat Jackson, No.66 Liam Griffin
West Surrey Racing – No. 8 Rob Collard, No.18 Nick Foster with Tech-Speed – No. 28 John George, No.29 Paul O'Neill
Pirtek Racing – No.55 Jeff Smith, No.77 Andrew Jordan
Special Tuning Racing – No.22 Tom Boardman
888 Racing with Collins Contractors – No.14 James Nash, No.34 Tony Gilham
AmD Milltek Racing – No.99 Tom Onslow-Cole
Geoff Steel Racing – No.17 Dave Newsham
Dynojet – No.11 Frank Wrathall
Speedworks Motorsport – No.50 Tony Hughes
Team ES Racing – No.78 Chris James
Rob Austin Racing – No.12 Dave Pinkney

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