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July 12th, 2012
An American driver will contest a British Touring Car Championship round for the first time in over 30 years after Tony Gilham Racing signed Robb Holland.
May 11th, 2012
Chevrolet has had its appeal against IndyCar’s ruling in the turbocharged controversy denied.
April 15th, 2012
British Touring Car team boss Shaun Hollamby has withdrawn his entry at Donington Park in order to ensure his AmD Volkswagen Golf can compete at Thruxton in two weeks’ time. Ollie Jackson suffered engine problems during free practice yesterday and a new untested Lehmann unit was fitted to the Golf overnight. But problems with the engine mapping forced the team to withdraw the car ahead of race two
March 31st, 2012
Rob Collard topped the first British Touring Car session of 2012 with his turbocharged WSR BMW at Brands Hatch on Saturday morning. Rob Austin’s rear-wheel-drive NGTC Audi A4 set the pace in the early part of the session before the BMW, now running a Neil Brown-prepared turbo unit for the first time, set a time of 48.932s.
March 9th, 2012
Volkswagen Motorsport driver Sebastien Ogier has endured what he called his most boring morning in a rally car on the opening loop of Rally Mexico stages. The Frenchman is running third on the road on the Leon-based round of the World Rally Championship and struggling to find any grip on the loose gravel surfaces
February 18th, 2012
Tony Gilham will race a turbocharged Honda Civic in this year’s British Touring Car Championship. The 32-year-old has acquired the ex-Team Dynamics works Civic that racked up six wins with championship runner-up Gordon Shedden last year.
August 31st, 2011
Mat Jackson believes that this weekend’s British Touring Car Championship round at Knockhill will play to the strengths of the rival Chevrolet squad. Jackson took the championship lead for the first time this season following his race three win at Snetterton last time out and has tasted success on four occasions in 2011. However, the Motorbase Performance driver carrying 45kg of success ballast and the turbocharged cars have had their engines pegged back on a number of occasions against the normally-aspirated cars, such as the Chevys and the WSR BMWs this season
August 29th, 2011
The Volvo C30 has been given a slight weight increase for the next round of the World Touring Car Championship at Valencia this weekend. The increase, which only affects Robert Dahlgren’s Polestar Racing-run model, comes after the compensation weight was adjusted in accordance with the pace of all competing cars over the past three championship rounds.
July 4th, 2011
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says the decision to go to turbocharged V6 engines for Formula 1′s next generation regulations package rather than the previously proposed four-cylinder units has firmed up the company’s commitment to the sport. The famous Italian squad had been one of the leading critics of the original plan for ‘greener’ engines, but di Montezemolo told reporters in Japan that the V6 choice ensured that F1 stayed relevant for Ferrari.
June 1st, 2011
Triple 8 Engineering boss Ian Harrison does not believe British Touring Car organiser TOCA should have given the normally aspirated cars a rules break ahead of this weekend’s Oulton Park round. NA machines have had their minimum weights reduced and turbo cars have been handed a suspended drop of 0.05 bar boost after the turbos dominated at the last two meetings. Harrison, whose successful squad last won the BTCC title with Fabrizio Giovanardi in 2008, switched from NA engines to Swindon turbo units for this season.
May 27th, 2011
British Touring Car squad Eurotech Racing believes Andrew Jordan will be even more of a threat for the rest of the season after testing a new suspension package at Donington Park this week. Jordan currently lies fourth in the BTCC standings and has finished on the podium five times in the last six races in his Eurotech/Pirtek Vauxhall Vectra. Team boss Mike Jordan now believes the suspension changes, which include a different style of damper, will enable his son to challenge for more race wins.
January 13th, 2011
British Touring Car Championship chief Alan Gow says the introduction of the Next Generation Touring Car rules will make this year’s series the best since the championship’s Super Touring heyday in the 1990s. Gow expects at least five fully-fledged NGTC machines in the 2011 field, while many other teams have committed to switching to the turbocharged NGTC engines. “It is a bigger draw than it has been this century,” Gow said on the main stage at AUTOSPORT International today
August 21st, 2010
Arena Motorsport’s pair of Ford Focus STs have had their performance pegged back by British Touring Car Championship organiser TOCA.
August 6th, 2010
Jason Plato believes that this weekend’s British Touring Car Championship round at Snetterton is Arena’s to lose. Arena Ford driver Tom Chilton topped the recent official test at the Norfolk circuit by half a second while his team-mate Tom Onslow-Cole is only 22 points off the championship lead.