Mat Jackson1981-06-10 (age 39)
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Jason Plato, the most successful driver in British Touring Car Championship history in terms of wins, faces spending the 2020 season on the sidelines.
The season finale for the BTCC at Brands Hatch will see five 2016 titles decided, with no fewer than eight drivers going for glory in the race for the drivers' championship.
Mat Jackson cruised to victory in the opening race of the Donington Park weekend, as a fire for Team BMR’s James Cole ended the race under red flag.
ITV4’s lead BTCC TV commentator David Addison explains why he’s revved up over the 2016 season, which kicks off this weekend at Brands Hatch.
Mat Jackson will return to the BTCC for the upcoming season after being retained by the Motorbase Ford team.
Relive the sensational climax to the 2015 British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch, where Gordon Shedden clinched a second title after charging through the pack to deny Jason Plato a third crown in a nail-biting final race.
Gordon Shedden clinched his second British Touring Car Championship title in a thrilling season finale at Brands Hatch, fighting from 19th on the grid to deny rival Jason Plato.
Mat Jackson romped to a second BTCC win of the day at Brands Hatch, as Jason Plato carved into Gordon Shedden's points lead ahead of the title decider.
Motorbase driver Mat Jackson took a straightforward victory in the first race of the BTCC finale at Brands Hatch GP, while title rivals Jason Plato and Gordon Shedden finished fifth and sixth respectively.
Sam Tordoff says that the BTCC should take action to peg back Brands Hatch poleman Mat Jackson and his Motorbase Ford’s “ridiculous engine”.
Motorbase driver Mat Jackson upstaged the BTCC title fight in qualifying for the Brands Hatch season finale, securing pole as championship leader Gordon Shedden took fourth.
Mat Jackson produced a flawless drive to take a lights-to-flag win in the first BTCC race at Silverstone, while a third-place finish allowed Gordon Shedden to pull clear at the top the standings.
Motorbase's Mat Jackson converted a practice lock-out into a pole position for the opening race of the Silverstone BTCC round, with points leader Gordon Shedden taking second.
Mat Jackson led convincingly from lights to flag to take his and Motorbase Performance’s first BTCC win of the season in race one at Rockingham, with Honda’s Gordon Shedden finishing second to take the championship lead.
Mat Jackson took a first ever pole for Motorbase Performance in a hugely entertaining BTCC qualifying session at Rockingham, setting a new lap record to head home Aron Smith and Gordon Shedden.
Gordon Shedden scored a popular victory on home soil at Knockhill as he streaked away at the front of the field in the second race at the Scottish circuit.
Rob Collard took a convincing win from Mat Jackson in the first BTCC race at Knockhill, as West Surrey Racing took three of the first four positions.