British Touring Car Championship - Unveilings, interviews and displays at the annual Autosport International Show
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Jason Plato needed to score points against the Honda top teams but the final blaze set him back a bit.
On a very cold day in England, Andrew Jordan surprised his rivals by earning the first BTCC pole of 2013.
American racer Robb Holland set to share second Team Hard Volkswagen Passat with young driver Howard Fuller for team owner/driver Tony Gilham.
Matt Neal claims race 3 victory on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit for the BTCC season opening event.
eBay Motors racer wins twice before Pirtek Racing’s Andrew Jordan claims final race victory at Knockhill
Sam Tordoff lead home an MG 1-2 in race 1, the other two races were won by Honda drivers, Andrew Jordan and Gordon Shedden.
Motorbase Performance unveil their NGTC Ford Focus livery
Despite the freezing cold weather in Hampshire, United Kingdom, the drivers for the two Honda teams were able to complete their two-day testing program.
This weekend will see one of the most eagerly awaited seasons in the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championships get under way around the 1.2mile Indy circuit at Brands Hatch.
The older Super 2000 spec cars teams and drivers will not only contest the British Touring Car Championship this season but they will also challenge for a special trophy.
Matt Neal ended his day at the fastest circuit in the UK with two victories. Defending BTCC Gordon Shedden was also a winner to give Honda the sweep at Thruxton.
The news signals the start of another new era for David Bartrum’s illustrious outfit.
Robb Holland became the first American to take on the British-based touring car series last year.
The 2012 British Touring Car champion stun the crowd with a final burst of power to earn the Donington pole.