Former BTCC regular Nick Foster makes a one-off return to the series next weekend after it was confirmed he would drive the Team IHG® Rewards Club BMW at Rockingham this weekend.
Regular racer Andy Priaulx misses the event due to scheduled GT commitments with BMW and after careful consideration of some 16 interested drivers, both IHG®Rewards Club and West Surrey Racing opted for Foster’s return.
BTCC organiser TOCA has awarded a vital Technical Partner contract to the RML Group for the supply of the specified chassis, suspension and associated components for the MSA British Touring Car Championship.
The Wellingborough-based RML Group are widely regarded as one of the world’s leading touring car design and engineering companies.
Honda Yuasa Racing’s Matt Neal won a thrilling finale as the three-time champion fired himself back into title contention. The Civic Type R racer kept his power dry before dive-bombing past race-long leader Adam Morgan on the penultimate lap.
Honda’s ‘Flash’ Gordon Shedden has put his Snetterton weekend behind him by taking a commanding victory in the second BTCC contest at Knockhill in front of a jubilant home crowd.
West Surrey Racing eventually secured victory in the opening Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship race at Knockhill as Rob Collard produced a superb drive.
West Surrey Racing enjoyed yet another stellar outing at Knockhill with Andy Priaulx heading a BMW 1-2-4 in Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship qualifying at the 1.27-mile circuit.
Laser Tools Racing driver Aiden Moffat has passed a medical, allowing him to race at his home circuit this weekend.
The Scottish teenager was forced to sit out the races at Snetterton two weeks ago, after an accident in the Saturday morning free practice session, which left his car deep in a barley field, and Moffat unconscious.
Stars support ‘Race on the Track, Stay Safe on the Road’ initiative ahead of fantastic Forth Road Bridge crossing.
A select group of stars from the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship drove their respective BTCC machinery across the iconic Forth Road Bridge earlier today (20 August), with a very important Road Safety message at the forefront of the activity.