Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship Series Director Alan Gow was given the opportunity to drive an NGTC touring car for the first time when he drove Rob Austin’s Alfa Romeo at the Snetterton test
New state-of-the-art TOCA safety truck unveiled ahead of BTCC Media Day
Special anniversary race set to offer double points and a level field at Snetterton.
Alan Gow will retire from his role as chairman of the Motor Sports Association (MSA) at the end of the 2017 season.
Ginetta will continue to run one-make championships on the BTCC support package for at least three more seasons.
BTCC director Alan Gow has responded to comments made by Jason Plato at Knockhill, which questioned the engine equivalency process of the series.
A three-year extension to the existing contract means the Renault UK Clio Cup will continue to race on the BTCC package until at least the end of 2019.
Toy Manufacturer Scalextric are to produce a new BTCC set featuring a number of cars from the current season.
A full capacity grid of 32 cars was announced for the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at the series’ official media day
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship TV coverage is set to head stateside following a multi-year contract which will see CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) beam in to 60+ million…
Macau organisers have offered British Touring Car Championship teams to join as part of a possible Macau Grand Prix outing for touring cars in 2015.
FIA President Jean Todt and former Formula 1 champion John Surtees crowned 2014 BTCC champion Colin Turkington and Teams’ champions MG during the Night of Champions ceremony in London.
The 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship will feature a wash of regulation changes applied, surrounding both technical alterations and a modification to the way the second race grids…
The British Touring Car Championship has announced that it shall introduce mandatory breath-testing at each event for drivers, as well as senior championship officials.
It’s a big conversation starter amongst the British Touring Car Championship following, so we look at whether the current NGTC-look BTCC of 2013 can challenge the supremacy of the Supertouring giants of the 90s.