Rob Collard

WSR re-signs Collard for 2017 BTCC campaign

West Surrey Racing has announced that Rob Collard will remain with the team for the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

Collard, who played a key role in WSR’s Constructors’ and Teams’ Championship titles last year with two race wins and six podiums, joins Andrew Jordan and Colin Turkington in the three-car line-up of BMW 125i M Sports.

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Collard takes win in BTCC season opener

Rob Collard has won the opening round of the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship with a flawless performance in his WSR-run BMW at Brands Hatch. VW duo Aron Smith and Jason Plato finished second and third respectively.

Collard made a supreme getaway from fifth on the grid, blasting by the Team BMR trio of Smith, Plato and Colin Turkington by the time the stream of tin-tops reached Druids Hairpin for the first time.

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Collard completes WSR line-up

West Surrey Racing has confirmed that Rob Collard will complete its driver line-up in this year’s Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship.

The team has already added young race winner Sam Tordoff and triple World Touring Car Champion Andy Priaulx to its ranks and has now re-signed the experienced Collard for a sixth consecutive season.

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Video: Rob Collard talks about his Silverstone crash

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Collard "a bit tender" after crash

Ebay Motors BMW driver Rob Collard says he's feeling " a bit tender" after his horrific crash at Silverstone on Sunday, but despite the violent accident he wasn't seriously injured.

Collard initially complained of pins and needles after climbing out of the upturned car, and was airlifted to hospital in Coventry for precautionary checks, but was otherwise uninjured.

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Video: Onboard view of Collard's spectacular crash

Ride on board with Ebay Motors BMW driver Rob Collard as he rolls out of today's second BTCC race at Silverstone.

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Video: Knockhill winners look back

Knockhill saw three drivers winning their first races of the season: Matt Neal, Rob Collard and Mat Jackson.

This weekend at Rockingham, Louise Goodman caught up with all three of them.