JWT Performance have announced the signing of Stewart Lines for the 2015 BTCC season, the all-round racer piloting their Toyota Avensis.
Lea Wood will step down from driving duties in the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, but says that his JWT Performance squad will continue in the series.
Lea Wood and Warren Scott both emerged unhurt from their sizeable race one accident at Rockingham, Wood confirming that his Toyota Avensis will be ready for the next British Touring Car Championship meeting at Silverstone.
Reigning Jack Sears Trophy Champion Lea Wood will switch to NGTC machinery for the first time in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship in 2014, entering a Toyota Avensis with the newly-formed Houseman Racing team.
When Josh Cook led the field through the chequered flag in Round 16 of the 2013 Renault UK Clio Cup at Brands Hatch, the latest chapter of the championship’s story…
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2013 has been a superb year for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship and it’s army of support championships, with nail-biting championship battles, enthralling races and a host of…
For 2013, BTCC series director Alan Gow threw a lifeline to the now dying breed of S2000-specification machinery, handing them a championship of their own to fight it out for what may well be one final time…
The 2013 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship was one to remember for many of the season’s competitors down its congested grid, which combined experienceand rising stars with a selection of promising rookies to…
The 2013 British Touring Car Championship did not disappoint. Record grids of new-era NGTC machines, a tense battle for the championship, and a worthy new name to join the list…
Speedworks Motorsport were the first to shine on a sunny Saturday morning at Brands Hatch, topping the opening practice session of the day with a 1-2 result.
Jason Plato and MG were unstoppable in qualifying for the penultimate round of the 2013 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, leading the team’s fourth 1-2 of the season.
Jason Plato shone brightly in first practice at a sun-blessed Silverstone, the MG KX Momentum Racing driver topping the session with a time that bettered his qualifying effort from last season.
A hat-trick of class victories at Rockingham clinched Lea Wood the championship spoils in the inagural Jack Sears Trophy for 2013, wrapping up the S2000 class honours with two rounds remaining.
The second British Touring Car Championship race at Rockingham saw a very popular winner, as Rob Austin claimed his first BTCC victory.
MG KX Momentum Racing secured their third front row lock-out of the 2013 British Touring Car Championship season, Jason Plato securing pole position for the third year in a row at Rockingham.