CIceley Motorsport have announced their plans for the 2020 BTCC season with both Adam Morgan and Daniel Rowbottom being retained.
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Ciceley Motorsport entered in to motorsport in 2011, taking Adam Morgan to victory in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup, two years later the team made their BTCC debut with Morgan (who raced with Speedworks Motorsport in 2012 in the BTCC).
Running the Toyota Avensis, Morgan and Ciceley managed to secure top-ten finishes throughout the year, with the highlight being podium finish at the third race at Oulton Park.
Since 2014 the team have competed with a Mercedes-Benz A-Class, securing four wins and multiple podiums.
For 2018 the team step up to two cars in the BTCC, with Tom Oliphant switching away from racing Porsche’s to make his top-tier tin-top debut alongside Adam Morgan.
Daniel Rowbottom and Cataclean Racing with Ciceley Motorsport are prepared for testing in the coming weeks following a successful shakedown of their Mercedes Benz A-Class
The British Touring Car Championship has had its fair share of great liveries. The Checkered Flag takes a look at some top NGTC colour schemes
With the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship done and dusted, Stuart Richards takes a driver by driver look at a championship celebrating its diamond jubilee in style. This is part three of three
With the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship done and dusted, Stuart Richards takes a driver by driver look at a championship celebrating its diamond jubilee in style. This is part two of three
Daniel Rowbottom has made a step up to the British Touring Car Championship grid for 2019 and will be driving a Mercedes-Benz A-Class
Tom Oliphant’s rookie year in the BTCC ended with points and a trip to the Druids graveltrap. However, this season has seen Tom develop as a touring car driver and a return in 2019 could be possible
The Ciceley Motorsport rookie is still gaining confidence towards the close of the season and Tom Oliphant can’t keep away from the top ten of race results
This weekend sees the British GT Championship returns to Donington Park for what is shaping up to be a belter of a season finale. With five different GT4 crews all vying for the championship, we take a look ahead to the weekend’s action.
Various incidents in the first two races at Rockingham put Tom Oliphant on the back foot. Undeterred, he managed to score points in the final race of the day
Despite retirement in the third race, Tom Oliphant can be pleased with his performance at Snetterton where he ran a strong top ten pace throughout each race
Cataclean Racing and their driver Daniel Rowbottom unveiled the livery of their 2019 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship contender
With the 2018 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship done and dusted, Stuart Richards takes a driver by driver look at a championship celebrating its diamond jubilee in style. This is part one of three
Ben Tuck and Ben Green’s Century Motorsport BMW prevailed in a damp GT4 qualifying session at Donington Park earlier this afternoon.
Tom enjoyed his best ever qualifying and race result last weekend in Scotland
As we head into the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship summer break, Stuart Richards takes a look at the drivers and their performances so far in 2018. Here is the final part of this feature.