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April 21st, 2013
Andrew Jordan won the second British Touring Car race at Donington Park to strengthen his bid for the overall title. The reigning Independents’ champion made a good start but couldn’t quite outdrag polesitter Gordon Shedden’s works Honda Civic to lead. Jordan’s challenge had to be put on hold as a startline clash involving James Kaye (AmD VW Golf) and David Nye (Welch Ford Focus) brought out the safety car
March 21st, 2013
Ollie Jackson and Michael Caine have secured late entries for the British Touring Car Championship. British GT champion Caine (pictured) will drive an NGTC-spec Ford Focus for Motorbase Performance, his campaign starting at Donington Park’s second round of the season in April. Caine drove an S2000 Focus for the same team in two rounds of the 2011 season
March 1st, 2013
British Touring Car Championship team Welch Motorsport will add a Super 2000 Ford Focus to its line-up this year for David Nye.
February 13th, 2013
British Touring Car squad Motorbase has confirmed it will run Mat Jackson and Aron Smith in its NGTC Ford Focuses this season. Jackson switched from Motorbase’s S2000 Focus to the new NGTC version during 2012 and finished seventh in the standings. Irishman Smith stayed with the S2000 chassis and finished eighth in his first full BTCC season, winning at Brands Hatch in October
January 18th, 2013
British Touring Car race-winner Rob Collard is certain the return of Colin Turkington will boost the WSR squad for 2013. Collard finished fifth in the standings last season, driving one of WSR’s turbocharged S2000 BMW 320sis.
January 18th, 2013
Former British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington will return to the series this year with his former squad WSR. Turkington took the 2009 title in a WSR BMW 320 but has not appeared in the series since
December 20th, 2012
British Touring Car race winner Dave Newsham will drive a Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis in 2013 after signing with the squad. Newsham took two wins on his way to ninth in the 2012 standings, driving an ES Racing S2000 Vauxhall Vectra
November 28th, 2012
British Touring Car race winner Dave Newsham and privateer Lea Wood will test with Speedworks Motorsport tomorrow as they assess their 2013 options. Newsham took two wins on his way to ninth in the 2012 standings in an ES Racing S2000 Vauxhall Vectra, while Wood was 14th in his self-run car.
November 5th, 2012
British Touring Car racer Adam Morgan will leave Speedworks Motorsport to run with his own family team Cicely Racing in 2013. Cicely ran Morgan to the BTCC-supporting Ginetta GT Supercup in 2011 and the series prize helped him into the BTCC. Morgan finished 19th in the BTCC standings this year in Speedworks’ Toyota Avensis, but father Russell Morgan has now purchased the similar car used by Frank Wrathall in 2011 to run under the Cicely banner
June 13th, 2012
Paul O’Neill will return to the British Touring Car Championship at Croft later this month. O’Neill, who has two BTCC wins to his name, was unable to secure a drive for 2012 after finishing 10th last year in a Tech-Speed Chevrolet Cruze. He will now make his comeback in a Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis at Croft.
February 19th, 2012
British Touring Car rookie Adam Morgan had his first test in an NGTC Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis last Friday. The 23-year-old, who earned his BTCC place by winning the 2011 Ginetta GT Supercup that supports the series, drove alongside team-mate Tony Hughes in the latter’s 2011 machine at Donington Park.
February 15th, 2012
British Touring Car racer Frank Wrathall believes he can challenge at the front this season, if he can finalise sufficient backing.
February 2nd, 2012
Speedworks Motorsport has released an artist’s impression of the Toyota Avensis Adam Morgan will race in his rookie British Touring Car Championship campaign this year. Morgan, 23, is graduating to the BTCC as his prize for winning last year’s Ginetta Supercup. He will drive the car for the first time at Thruxton next month, but sampled rival squad Dynojet’s similar NGTC machine last year.
December 12th, 2011
James Thompson will test Speedworks Motorsport’s Toyota Avensis British Touring Car at Donington Park on Thursday.
October 15th, 2011
The 2012 British Touring Car specification NGTC Toyota Avensis has been revealed at Silverstone on Saturday. The GPR Motorsport-built car is an updated version of the machine that Frank Wrathall and Tony Hughes have raced in the series this season
September 15th, 2011
The performance of turbocharged cars in the British Touring Car Championship has been pegged back once again by series organiser TOCA, ahead of this weekend’s Rockingham round. Non-turbo cars have won just one of the last 10 races, while Chevrolet’s Jason Plato is the best of the drivers of normally-aspirated cars in the championship, fourth overall and 35 points behind leader Gordon Shedden
September 3rd, 2011
British Touring Car competitors have called on the series to slow down the NGTC machines. NGTC was introduced by series boss Alan Gow this season as a low-cost way into the BTCC. Initially the cars were off the pace, but Frank Wrathall’s Dynojet NGTC Toyota Avensis and the Audi A4 NGTC of Rob Austin qualified third and fourth at Knockhill this afternoon.
April 30th, 2011
Tom Chilton topped the times in the first practice session for the British Touring Car Championship rounds at Thruxton this morning. Chilton’s Arena Ford recorded a 1m18.551s to pip the rapid Special Tuning Racing SEAT of Tom Boardman by two tenths of a second. Donington Park race winners Mat Jackson (Motorbase Ford) and Andrew Jordan (Eurotech Vauxhall) were next as the turbo cars continued to dominate despite their recent boost reduction
January 26th, 2011
The British Touring Car Championship’s ‘Next Generation Touring Car’ took a step towards its competition debut after an extensive wind-tunnel testing programme was completed. The work took place at the MIRA facilities in the UK, and it moved the Toyota Avensis a step closer to its racing debut
November 5th, 2010
Frank Wrathall will step up to the British Touring Car Championship next year with his family-run Dynojet squad. The Ginetta G50 champion will race a Toyota Avensis built to 2011′s new low-cost NGTC technical regulations. The team has not confirmed whether the car will be powered by a Toyota-based engine or the TOCA unit.