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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.
Outgoing champion Ash Sutton won the final BTCC race of the season by 0.032s after a dramatic dash to the flag in the reversed grid race.
Honda Civic racer Dan Cammish took his second victory of the BTCC weekend at Brands Hatch as WSR BMW man Colin Turkington claimed his third title.
Factory Honda driver Dan Cammish took his maiden BTCC victory in the opening race of the day at Brands Hatch ahead of his Team Dynamics teammate Matt Neal.
Eurotech Racing driver Brett Smith claimed his first BTCC pole at Brands Hatch as the two main contenders for the crown, Colin Turkington and Tom Ingram were left stranded in the midfield.
Laser Tools Racing Mercedes racer Aiden Moffat took his first BTCC win of the season in the final race of the Silverstone round on Sunday.
Speedworks Motorsport Toyota driver Tom Ingram reignited his title hopes with a stunning victory in the second race of the BTCC weekend at Silverstone.
Motorbase Performance Ford driver Sam Tordoff took his maiden BTCC pole position of 2018 ahead of the penultimate round at Silverstone.
Tom Chilton became the record breaking 14th different winner of the BTCC season when he claimed the final race of the weekend at Knockhill.
Subaru driver Ash Sutton and Toyota man Tom Ingram were stripped of a 1-2 in the second BTCC race at a soaking Knockhill, handing the victory to the WSR BMW of Andrew Jordan.
Subaru racer Ash Sutton won the second BTCC race of the day at Knockhill after heading the field home in a shortened rain-affected race.
Reigning champion Ash Sutton took his fifth victory of the British Touring Car Championship season on a soaking track in race one at Knockhill.
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.
Jason Plato and the British Touring Car Championship are inextricably linked. The charismatic self-styled bad boy has done well out of the series, while it also benefits from his combative star-quality.