BTCC Countdown

It's exactly one month until the new season of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship gets underway at Brands Hatch, and the grid is shaping up. We take a look at the drivers announced so far.

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Matt Neal to test new Civic next week

Matt Neal will get his first chance to drive Honda Racing's new Civic with a two day test next week.

The double British Touring Car Champion will be on track on Wednesday and Thursday, before flying to Italy to race on the Mugello 12 hour endurance race next weekend.

Ingram returns with Speedworks

Speedworks Motorsport is heading into the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship confident about its chances of springing a surprise, after re-signing last year’s leading rookie Tom Ingram for a second consecutive campaign behind the wheel of its heavily revised Toyota Avensis.

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Speedworks enters its fifth season in the BTCC, determined to finally claim its long-awaited breakthrough podium finish, after edging consistently closer to the front of the field.

Goff joins Jordan at MG

Reigning constructor/manufacturer champions, Triple Eight Racing, have signed BRDC SuperStar Jack Goff to a one-year race deal to compete alongside 2013 BTCC Champion Andrew Jordan in the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) in a second works-supported MG6.

The Briton, 23, made his series debut in 2013 after clinching the 2012 Clio Cup UK crown and has steadily progressed taking ten top-10 finishes throughout 2014, after the tail end of his debut season showed promise with a maiden BTCC podium in the final race of the year.