Proctor joins Subaru for 2019 challenge

Senna Proctor is returning to BMR Racing, racing a Subaru Levorg in this season's Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship.

Proctor first joined the team in 2015 with the BMR Academy when he raced in the Ginetta Junior Championship which then saw him progress the following year to the Renault UK Clio Cup Championship in 2016 remaining under the BMR banner.

Subaru targets manufacturers' title in 2019 BTCC

Subaru will stay in the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship this season, with the Japanese brand targeting the manufacturers' title to compliment the drivers' crown it won with Ash Sutton in 2017.

Ash Sutton won more races than anyone else in the 2018 BTCC

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BMR will run the team, which will again consist of two Subaru Levorgs, and be sponsored by Adrian Flux Insurance Services.

BTCC veteran Plato returns in bid for century

Jason Plato will return to the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship this season, attempting to be the first driver in history to win 100 races.

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Plato, who made his debut in 1997, currently has 96 victories to his name, just four short of his Century. The 50 year old also has two drivers' championship titles to his name, the most recent in 2010.

BTCC champion Sutton returns for second Subaru season

Reigning Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Champion Ash Sutton will return to defend his crown this season, staying with the BMR Subaru team.

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23 year old Ash won the title back in October last year at Brands Hatch after an outstanding year Subaru Levorg Sports Tourer. In only his second year in the series he totalled an impressive six outright wins, and celebrated no fewer than fifteen podium positions during the season.

BMR Subaru team accepts BTCC technical measures are "accurate"

The Subaru BMR team has weighed in on the row over the BTCC's technical regulations, after its driver Jason Plato accused championship bosses of unfairly restricting the team's cars.

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Plato made his comments in an ITV interview at Knockhill two weeks ago, but was quickly rebuffed by Series Director Alan Gow., who said the team had actually been given special dispensation to change the homolgation of its inlet manifold.

Video: BTCC Subaru unveiled

The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship's newest manufacturer has unveiled the car it hopes will take the title this season, the Subaru Levorg.

Subaru joins the BTCC with four drivers, including two former champions Colin Turkington and Jason Plato. Alongside them are James Cole and Warren Scott.

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