Motorsport.com's Prime content
The British Touring Car Championship's mid-season break is usually a time of driver movement - and there's often more to the swaps than is apparent on the surface.
July can quite often be a busy time for the British Touring Car Championship - even though it is mostly taken up by the series' now-traditional summer break, which allows the category's broadcaster ITV4 time to cover the three-week long Tour de France cycle race.
The reason it is busy is exactly because of the break (although it does incorporate the traditional in-season official two-day Dunlop tyre test at Snetterton). Teams get a chance to thoroughly overhaul their cars, but it is not just the machinery that can come under the spotlight.
To continue reading subscribe to
Join prime and take advantage of member benefits:
- Custom news feed based on your favorite series
- Ad-free environment
- Access to the Giorgio Piola archive
- Best of F1 Racing
- Higher resolution photos
- Best of GP Gazette
Unlock the benefits of PRIME and enjoy the full range of features offered by your favorite motorsport news site.Subscribe to Motorsport.com PRIME
Already have an account? Sign in
Hill eyes up AmD seat after Team Hard split
BMR Subaru slims down to two-car line-up