The 2021 British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) is mere weeks away and teams have continued to reveal their liveries ahead of the Official Launch at Silverstone on Thursday (21 April) with Ciceley Motorsport among them as they begin a new era.
The team who will have Tom Chilton join Adam Morgan in a two-car outfit will also shift to two new BMW 330i M Sports which have been built by West Surrey Racing (WSR) and it will now also feature prominent backing from Car Gods who will claim title sponsorship as well as parent company, Tetrosyl.
“This has got to be our biggest year to date,” said Commercial Director, Norman Burgess. “With new title sponsorship, new cars and two top drivers, together with our existing engineers, team members and values, we’re in the best possible position to do well in 2021 and beyond. It gives us great confidence moving towards a new era with the BTCC’s move to hybrid in 2022.”
“Testing has been spot on,” added Adam Morgan. “Both Tom and I have really got to grips with the BMW and its rear-wheel-drive characteristics straight away. We have been on the pace at every test so far and still have another four tests to go before the season starts. We are all very confident that the cars will be ultra-competitive straight out of the box.
“The cars look amazing, I was blown away when I first saw them in the flesh. I, like Norman, am just so grateful that Car Gods have granted us this opportunity and continue to provide much needed support to the Ciceley Motorsport team.”
“We are incredibly excited about the 2021 BTCC season especially with the introduction of the new BMWs and the opportunity to have both cars branded in Car Gods Custom Detailing and Nitrox Fuel Additives livery,” said Tetrosyl Chairman, Peter Schofield. “I truly believe the Car Gods with Ciceley Motorsport team will be the talk of the Championship both in terms of look and performance – we wish Adam Morgan and Tom Chilton all the best this season.”