Turkington to defend BTCC title with BMW

Colin Turkington and Team BMW will return to the BritishTouring Car Championship this year to defend the titles won in 2018.

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Turkington recorded his third BTCC crown with WSR-runTeam BMW in 2018, scoring 10 podiums – more than any other driver – and finishing inside the top five on 15 occasions at the wheel of his BMW 125i M Sport.

BMW returns to BTCC as works team

A further chapter in BMW’s illustrious history in touring car racing unfolds today as BMW UK, in partnership with West SurreyRacing (WSR), announced a three-car team that will again bid for victory of the2017 British Touring Car Championship.

The announcement of TEAM BMW was a landmark occasion,marking BMW’s return to the country’s best-watched motor race series as aManufacturer Team. It’s 21 years since the marque last contested the series in this manner, when BMW Team Schnitzer fielded a trio of BMW 320i cars.

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Jordan joins WSR in 2017 BTCC

Andrew Jordan will switch to BMW power in the 2017 Dunlop MSA British Touring car Championship after signing a two year deal with West Surrey Racing.

Andrew Jordan will be racing a BMW in 2017

The former BTCC title winner will race the latest development of the WSR-designed-and-built BMW 125i M Sport, which won both the teams’ and manufacturers’ championships this season, in both 2017 and 2018.