You may remember a little incident involving BTCC Champion Colin Turkington and his toaster that we brought to you in a snippet of our upcoming season review show.
Well, it looks like the eBay Motors driver has made it a priority to find a replacement bread-burning machine, so he can continue to enjoy breakfast with a slice of charcoal in the off season.
Handy Motorsport owner and driver Simon Belcher says his team's licence to race in the BTCC is not for sale, despite approaches from rivals over the last few months.
The Swindon-based racer says he fully intends to be back on the grid in 2015, and aims to consolidate his results this season.
Laser Tools Racing has confirmed that after testing at Donington Park yesterday the team will be running a Mercedes-Benz A-Class for the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season.
The move to a Mercedes has been initiated by the strong ties forged over the latter half of the 2014 season with Ciceley Motorsport and their race-preparation and engineering assistance on the team’s Chevrolet Cruze.
Newly crowned Courier Connections Renault UK Clio Cup Champion Mike Bushell will join leading Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship squad Airwaves Racing at Snetterton in Norfolk next week, as part of his prize for winning the coveted BTCC feeder series title.
The multi-millionaire owner of BTCC team United Autosports has put his share of the squad up for sale, because he is too busy to give it enough attention.
Zak Brown made the announcement in a statement released this morning saying, "I want United Autosports to be successful in the BTCC and, with my growing business commitments, I can't dedicate myself to that as fully as I would like.
Speaking exclusively to ITV Sport, Sam Tordoff admits the upheaval at MG has left his BTCC future up in the air heading into 2015.
Premium car manufacturer Infiniti have joined forces with Support Our Paras Racing to launch a new team for the 2015 British Touring Car Championship.