Andy Priaulx

Nick Foster returns to BMW at Rockingham

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.

Foster is testing at Donington Park today ahead of this weekend's races at Rockingham

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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.

Priaulx looking forward to the challenge of a BTCC return

Unveiling his BMW BTCC challenger for 2015, three time World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx says he's relishing the challenge facing him this year.

"I had a stonking year in America last year," he said, "and I'm really confident I'm going to have a good season this season. It's a new team to work with and you always go trhough growing pains but I think we have a good foundation for the long term.

Andy Priaulx takes the covers off his new BTCC car.

Driver Profile: Andy Priaulx

Andy Priaulx is one of the world's most successful touring cars drivers, but has spent little of his career racing in Britain.

Born in Guernsey, he is the son of hillclimb veteran Graham Priaulx, and Andy's first taste of car racing came in the British Hillclimb Championship, which he won in 1995 driving a Pilbeam MP58.

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Andy Priaulx makes BTCC return with BMW

Triple World Champion Andy Priaulx MBE will make a sensational return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship in 2015 after agreeing to join multiple title-winning squad West Surrey Racing.

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The long-time BMW driver has previously won the European Touring Car Championship (ETCC) and World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) for the German giant and will now be looking to add a BTCC crown to his illustrious list of achievements.

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