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Three-time British Touring Car champion Gordon Shedden made the perfect start to his return to the series by topping the official test day on the Silverstone National Circuit.
Dan Cammish headed a shock Team Dynamics 1-2 in the opening BTCC race at Brands Hatch as points leader and polesitter Colin Turkington dropped to fifth.
Dan Cammish scored his and Team Dynamics’ first BTCC victory of the 2019 season in the final Thruxton race despite heavy rain late on.
Reigning champion Gordon Shedden won the final British Touring Car Championship race of the day at Oulton Park to solidify his position at the head of the title race.
BMW driver Colin Turkington has inherited victory in the final BTCC race at Donington Park after Gordon Shedden was excluded.
Reigning champion Gordon Shedden won the final race of the Donington Park BTCC race, although the results are still provisional after a post-race ride height scare.
Reigning champion Gordon Shedden took his first win of the BTCC season during the second race Brands Hatch.
Honda Team Dynamics has unveiled new colours for the 2017 BTCC season at the Autosport International Show, as well as confirming drivers Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden for another season.
Honda Team Dynamics boss Steve Neal has called for a driver licence system for the BTCC, similar to the FIA Super Licence, as well as for a reduction in grid sizes.
Gordon Shedden has reflected on the "incredible feeling" of winning back-to-back BTCC titles, after securing the crown in a dramatic final race of the season at Brands Hatch.
Gordon Shedden has clinched his third BTCC title in the final race of the season at Brands Hatch, with a third place finish enough for the Honda driver to beat long-time points leader Sam Tordoff to the crown.
Matt Neal dominated the final race of the day at Oulton Park in what was looking like a Honda 1-2 until a tyre failure put an end to Gordon Shedden’s race.
BTCC manufacturers' champion Honda is to add a third entry to its factory squad Team Dynamics in 2016, the series has announced.
Gordon Shedden felt winning the 2015 BTCC title would be an “impossible dream” after a disastrous second race during Sunday’s showdown at Brands Hatch.
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.
With five drivers in mathematical contention for the 2015 BTCC title heading into the final round of the season, Motorsport.com explains who needs to do what to come out on top at Brands Hatch.
Team Dynamics and Honda are set to continue in the British Touring Car Championship for at least another three years, with a new engine based on the Civic Type-R’s for 2016.
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.
Team BMR’s fleet of Volkswagen CCs ended free practice for this weekend’s BTCC races at Thruxton on top, with Jason Plato and Aron Smith topping a session apiece.
BTCC points leader Matt Neal says he feels "invigorated" by adopting a fresh approach to his racing career following a subdued 2014 season.
Matt Neal took his second BTCC win of 2015 in the final race of the day at Donington, fending off Andrew Jordan in the closing laps after the pair emerged from a frenetic multi-car lead tussle.
Reigning champion Colin Turkington took pole position for Sunday's opening BTCC race at Donington, beating Gordon Shedden and Jason Plato in a late qualifying showdown.