BTC Racing and Michael Crees part ways ahead of 2021 season

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Michael Crees (GBR) - BTC Racing Honda Civic Type R

BTC Racing has announced it has parted ways with Jack Sears Trophy winner, Michael Crees ahead of the 2021 season which begins next weekend (8/9 May) at Thruxton.

Crees, who was set to contest the new BTCC campaign alongside Josh Cook and Jade Edwards in the No.777 Honda Civic Type-R FK8 has left the Steve Dudman owned team on amicable terms. A replacement driver is set to be announced in due course ahead of next weekend’s season opener.

“On behalf of everyone at BTC Racing, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Michael for his participation with the team in the British Touring Car Championship. It’s a shame the partnership isn’t continuing, but we wish him well in his future endeavours,” said Steve Dudman, BTC Racing Owner and Team Principal.

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