News and Analysis
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
BTC Racing’s will field two new Honda Civic Type Rs in the BTCC this season for racers Josh Cook and Chris Smiley.
Two-time BTCC champion Jason Plato has revealed he was on the verge of taking a sabbatical from the series.
Ex-Formula 1 racer Mark Blundell will join the BTCC grid this season at the wheel of a Trade Price Racing Audi S3 for his first full season in tin-tops.
Nic Hamilton will rejoin the British Touring Car Championship in 2019 for his first full assault on the series at the wheel of a Motorbase Performance Ford Focus RS.
Reigning BTCC champion Colin Turkington is aiming to break championship records by winning the most titles in the series’ history this year.
BTCC team Laser Tools Racing will run its own independent operation to field Aiden Moffat in the 2019 competition.
Former BTCC Independents Trophy winner Tom Chilton will return to the series this year at the wheel of a Motorbase Performance Ford Focus RS, alongside the team’s new recruit Ollie Jackson.
2013 BTCC champion Andrew Jordan will remain in the series this year at the wheel of a West Surrey Racing BMW.
Michael Schumacher famously quit the Jordan team for Benetton immediately after his startling Formula 1 debut at Spa, despite potentially having committed himself for two years. This is how he did it, and why Eddie Jordan believes his team could've had Benetton's title success had one word on a contract been different.