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Jeff Smith And Martin Depper Back For Eurotech In BTCC 2016

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Eurotech Racing revealed their updated Honda Civic Type-R machine with an unchanged driver line-up for the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Unveiled in its new livery at the Autosport International Show in Birmingham at the NEC Arena, the Independent squad displayed one of an intended three Honda Civic Type-Rs for the lastest BTCC campaign.

An unchanged driver live-up was also confirmed, Martin Depper and Jeff Smith continuing with the driving duties although their third driver is yet to be signed.

Two of the three cars have been completed, with the third car set to be ready shortly.

Team principal Smith said: “All of us at Eurotech are very excited about the forthcoming BTCC campaign. The expansion of the team to run three cars in 2016 has made for an extremely busy winter, and all the boys have worked their socks off to keep us on schedule.

“Martin and I are both massively hyped about doing battle in the awesome new Civic Type R! We think it looks great – and if it’s as quick as it looks, then we should be onto a winner.”

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