Two-time BTCC champion Jason Plato says fears over the economy amid the fallout of the global coronavirus pandemic are key to his sabbatical for this season.
As the boss of the British Touring Car Championship as well as President of the FIA Touring Car Commission, Alan Gow is the most senior leader in the touring car world.
Jason Plato, the most successful driver in British Touring Car Championship history in terms of wins, faces spending the 2020 season on the sidelines.
Andrew Jordan has explained the "worst phone calls" that led to his exit from British Touring Car Championship team West Surrey Racing on the eve of the 2020 season.
The West Surrey Racing BMW team has parted company with Andrew Jordan just a month before the 2020 BTCC season finally kicks off.
British Touring Car Championship boss Alan Gow has said that his series has fewer concerns than international motorsport as racing resumes after the coronavirus pandemic.
British Touring Car Championship boss Alan Gow has offered some frank advice to Supercars – focus on entertainment, not "engineering masturbation".
Motorsport in the United Kingdom could take two to three years to fully recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to circuit operating magnate and ex-F1 driver Jonathan Palmer.
The British Touring Car Championship has postponed its opening three rounds in response to the coronavirus pandemic, with the season now set to kick off in mid-May.
The British Touring Car Championship has barred spectators from attending its pre-season Launch Day at Silverstone on Tuesday in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
A number of drivers on this year's British Touring Car Championship grid have been called out on social media for taking other people's seats, whether they are older or drivers who are deemed to have less talent. Matt James busts the myth
The BTCC keeps getting more competitive - this season produced another new record number of winners. That made picking a final top 10 an unenviable task, so we enlisted the help of those who were in the heat of the action to decide the order.
The British Touring Car Championship recently announced it is investigating how to incorporate hybrid technology into its future machines. In doing so it's following the higher echelons of motorsport, while also revealing risks for its grassroots.
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