BTCC drivers Andrew Jordan and Matt Neal helped to launch The Racing School at Donington Park this week, Europe's longest-established performance driving school.
Reigning Dunlop MSA British Touring Car champion Andrew Jordan will be changing his approach to racing and throwing caution to the wind at Knockhill this weekend, as he tries to get his 2015 title challenge back on track.
Reigning BTCC champion Andrew Jordan will miss qualifying after not being cleared to drive by doctors.
The Pirtek driver returned to the circuit after lunch. He had been to hospital for precautionary checks after going backwards into the barrier at Riches in this morning's first practice session.
It means only 30 cars will take part in the session. Jordan will have a further medical examination tomorrow morning to determine whether he will be allowed to race.
If passed fit he will be at the back of the grid for the first race.
Reigning British Touring Car champion, Andrew Jordan yesterday completed his maiden laps in one of Triple Eight Race Engineering’s mighty BMW Z4 GT3 at a sunny Silverstone circuit, as team and driver evaluated each other ahead of a potential tie-up next season.
Reigning BTCC champion Andrew Jordan has won the final frenetic encounter at Croft circuit in Yorkshire, firing himself back into title contention in the process.
Rob Collard finished second whilst Gordon Shedden closed to within five points of championship leader Colin Turkington after a hat-trick of podiums during the day.