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Plato explains BTCC sabbatical
Alan Gow touring car racing's future
Plato loses BTCC drive for 2020
Jordan expands on "worst phone calls
Jordan splits with BMW BTCC outfit

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.

BTCC boss Alan Gow on the future for touring car racing
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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.

Turner appointed as BTCC's hybrid test driver

Three-time Le Mans 24 Hours class-winner Darren Turner has been selected as the official hybrid development driver for the British Touring Car Championship's new-for-2022 hybrid package.

BTCC restart ‘easier’ than international series, says boss

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.

M-Sport to supply BTCC's TOCA engine from 2022

Top rallying and GT racing team M-Sport will supply the BTCC’s off-the-peg customer ‘TOCA’ engine from the 2022 season.

End the "engineering masturbation" – BTCC boss to Supercars

British Touring Car Championship boss Alan Gow has offered some frank advice to Supercars – focus on entertainment, not "engineering masturbation".

COVID-19 could impact UK racing for two to three years – Palmer

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.

BTCC preparing for spectator-free races

The BTCC is preparing to host its opening rounds behind closed doors when the series finally kicks off in August.

New BTCC calendar reveals August season start

The British Touring Car Championship has issued a revised calendar that will squeeze nine events into 16 weekends from August to November.

BTCC champion Sutton to race in Aussie eSport Cup

Former BTCC champion Ash Sutton will compete in the ARG eSport Cup this year, starting with this week’s season opener at Bathurst.

Ingram quickest in Silverstone BTCC test

Toyota driver Tom Ingram topped the combined times during the 2020 BTCC media day test on the Silverstone International Circuit.

BTCC postpones season until mid-May due to coronavirus

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.

Spectators banned from BTCC launch due to coronavirus

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.

Bushell heart problem delays BTCC comeback

BTCC racer Mike Bushell’s full-time comeback to the series has been pushed back as his heart problem has ruled him out of the first three rounds of the new season.

Shedden to sub for injured Neal in BTCC testing

Three-time British Touring Car champion Gordon Shedden will substitute for Matt Neal at Honda in pre-season testing – and is eyeing a race return in the series.

Hamilton secures BTCC return with Team Hard

Nicolas Hamilton has secured a place on the 2020 British Touring Car Championship grid with Team Hard.

Blundell to manage BTCC team in AmD link-up

Ex-Formula 1 driver and Le Mans winner Mark Blundell will move into British Touring Car Championship team management this year in a deal with the race-winning AmD Tuning squad.

Jackson teams up with Plato at PMR Vauxhall

Mat Jackson will make a return to the BTCC this season, lining up at the Power Maxed Racing Vauxhall squad alongside Jason Plato.

Why the BTCC social media trolls have got it wrong Prime

Why the BTCC social media trolls have got it wrong

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

How the BTCC's class of 2018 ranked each other Prime

How the BTCC's class of 2018 ranked each other

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.

Can a champion be worthy if he only won one race? Prime

Can a champion be worthy if he only won one race?

Titles should be won by the driver who claims more victories than anyone else, so convention goes. Does the unpredictable nature of the British Touring Car Championship render that notion obsolete?

BTCC's hybrid future faces urgent hurdles Prime

BTCC's hybrid future faces urgent hurdles

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.