Colin Turkington1982-03-21 (age 38)
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Colin Turkington was recognised for his record-equalling fourth British Touring Car Championship title with the National Driver of the Year prize at the Autosport Awards.
Colin Turkington won the 2019 BTCC title in dramatic fashion from 25th on the grid after Dan Cammish crashed out with one lap remaining at Brands Hatch.
Colin Turkington extended his BTCC points lead with victory in race two at Snetterton to make 2019 the most successful ever season for his WSR team.
Colin Turkington controlled race two at Oulton Park to become only the fourth driver to score 50 wins in the British Touring Car Championship as BMW dominated proceedings.
Colin Turkington converted pole position into his third win of the British Touring Car Championship season in the opening race at Oulton Park, despite carrying the maximum success ballast.
Colin Turkington scored his second pole position of the BTCC season at Oulton Park, beating free practice pacesetter Sam Tordoff by three hundredths of a second.
BMW driver Andrew Jordan eased to a second British Touring Car Championship win of the day at Thruxton, leading from lights to flag over WSR teammate Colin Turkington.
Defending BTCC champion Colin Turkington earned another controlled win in the second race at Donington Park, as Matt Neal made a late rise to second.
Ashley Sutton secured a surprise pole position for the opening round of the 2019 British Touring Car Championship, beating former teammate Jason Plato in an incident-packed qualifying at Brands Hatch.
Reigning BTCC champion Colin Turkington is aiming to break championship records by winning the most titles in the series’ history this year.
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.
Colin Turkington took his maiden win of the 2018 British Touring Car Championship season at Oulton Park to leap to the head of the points table in his WSR BMW 125i M Sport.
BMW-backed British Touring Car Championship team West Surrey Racing has retained an unchanged line-up of Colin Turkington, Rob Collard and Andrew Jordan for 2018.
Team BMR Subaru driver Ash Sutton has been crowned BTCC champion after title rival Colin Turkington was forced to retire from the final race of the weekend at Brands Hatch.
Colin Turkington produced an incredible drive to win the penultimate race of the BTCC season and keep his title hopes alive.
Colin Turkington beat Ash Sutton to take his 12th career win at Croft in the second race of the BTCC meeting at the North Yorkshire venue.
Colin Turkington romped to his second BTCC win with a lights-to-flag triumph in the final race of the weekend at Thruxton.
West Surrey Racing BMW driver Andrew Jordan won the final race of the British Touring Car Championship round at Brands Hatch after a scorching start.