Matt Simpson

Simpson parts company with Eurotech

Eurotech Racing has announced that is no longer to run the Simpson Racing Honda Civic Type R of Matt Simpson with immediate effect following the Rockingham rounds on Sunday 12th August.

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Since joining Eurotech at the start of the 2018 season Simpson has shown huge improvement with a string of top ten finishes, highlighted by a stunning pole position that was converted to a win at Oulton Park, subsequently topped with a podium in race three at Rockingham.

Honda to run three car BTCC attack in 2017

Matt Simpson will return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship in 2017, having switched from Speedworks Motorsport to Team Dynamics in Britain’s premier motor sport series.

Simpson entered the BTCC this year off the back of multiple title successes in the European Hot Rod Championship and Quaife Intermarque Championship.

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Matt Simpson signs BTCC deal with Speedworks

Speedworks Motorsport has announced the first of its drivers for the 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship campaign, with multiple Quaife Intermarque and European Hot Rod Champion Matt Simpson graduating to the UK’s premier series in a newly-built Honda Civic Type R.

Matt Simpson will race for Speedworks next season.

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Simpson is a two-time European Hot Rod Champion, a former runner-up on the World Championship stage and more recently a double Quaife Intermarque title-winner. The 34-year-old recently tested a Civic Type R at Donington Park, and despite enjoying the experience enormously he is under no illusions as to the huge challenge ahead.