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April 21st, 2013
Colin Turkington took his first victory since returning to the British Touring Car Championship by winning the reversed-grid race at Donington Park. The result was also the maiden win for WSR’s new NGTC BMW. Turkington jumped poleman Tom Onslow-Cole’s Team Hard VW Passat and drove away from the field.
March 30th, 2013
Andrew Jordan took pole position for the first British Touring Car race of 2013 at Brands Hatch. In a session threatened by snow, the name at the top of the timesheets changed constantly early on
March 26th, 2013
Former British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington believes the new NGTC BMW has good potential for this season. Turkington drove the WSR-built BMW 125i M Sport he will race in 2013 for the first time at Donington Park last week. At the only official pre-season test, the 2009 champion ended up 10th fastest, 1.3 seconds behind pacesetter Andrew Jordan’s Eurotech Honda Civic.
March 7th, 2013
WSR’s all-new British Touring Car Championship BMW 125i made its first public appearance at Brands Hatch on Thursday morning. The car is due to hit the track during the afternoon for a shakedown with former BTCC champion Colin Turkington and Nick Foster at the wheel.
November 4th, 2012
Alain Menu survived a fraught opening sequence of corners at Shanghai to claim his fifth World Touring Car Championship victory of the season. The Swiss veteran was chased throughout by RML Chevrolet team-mate Rob Huff, but the Briton had little incentive to stage a passing move as title rival Yvan Muller was a first-lap retirement following contact at Turn 2
November 3rd, 2012
Colin Turkington kicked off his World Touring Car Championship comeback brilliantly by setting the pace in the opening practice session at Shanghai. Enjoying a first outing in the WTCC in 2012, and six years after he last raced a front-wheel drive touring car, Turkington swiftly acclimatised to his WSR Chevrolet Cruze. The former British Touring Car champion recorded a fastest time of 1m56.019s, almost 0.4s quicker than factory Chevrolet driver and joint championship leader Rob Huff
October 26th, 2012
Former British Touring Car champion Colin Turkington will return to the World Touring Car Championship with WSR at Shanghai. Turkington will drive a Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T run by his long-time BTCC squad under the Team Aviva-Cofco banner. He has made occasional WTCC outings since 2007, and took victory at Okayama in 2010.
November 12th, 2011
Canadian driver Gary Kwok will replace Colin Turkington at the Wiechers-Sport team for the final round of the World Touring Car Championship at Macau. Kwok, 45, will take over the BMW 320TC that Turkington achieved a podium finish with at Tianma last time out. “I’m absolutely delighted to join the WTCC in Macau,” said Kwok
July 8th, 2011
Colin Turkington will return to the World Touring Car Championship after securing a deal to race at Donington Park with Wiechers-Sport next week. The former BTCC champion and WTCC race winner, who competed in the WTCC last year, will join the German squad for the British round.
February 10th, 2011
Colin Turkington will race in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship this year after signing for top BMW squad Flash Engineering.
August 1st, 2010
Andy Priaulx has scored his fifth victory of the World Touring Car season at Brno today. The three-time world champion made a great start from fourth on the grid to jump reverse grid front row starters Michel Nykjaer and Darryl O’Young off the line.
July 31st, 2010
Colin Turkington looks set to continue his excellent form since joining the World Touring Car Championship this summer, after topping Saturday’s final practice session at Brno. The reigning BTCC champion impressed on familiar ground at Brands Hatch two weeks ago when he was quickest in final practice and went on to score two podium finishes
July 31st, 2010
Alain Menu went fastest in this weekend’s opening World Touring Car practice session at Brno. The Chevrolet driver finished the half-hour session two tenths clear of SEAT’s Gabriele Tarquini, with his RML team-mate Rob Huff the only other driver within half a second
October 4th, 2009
Jason Plato ensured that the outcome of the British Touring Car Championship will be decided in the final race of the season as he clinched his second win of the day at Brands Hatch. The 2001 champion was outsprinted by Tom Chilton off the line and sat on the tail of the Arena Ford Focus until two laps from the end, when the RML Chevrolet driver nudged his rival slightly wide at Druids and slipped by for his seventh win of the season. Fabrizio Giovanardi, who had latched onto Plato at the start, then passed Chilton three corners later, making his move stick at Hawthorn Bend after previously being elbowed onto the grass exiting the preceding bend at Surtees.
October 2nd, 2009
Colin Turkington will not be content just to settle for points at Brands Hatch this weekend as he bids to win the British Touring Car Championship for the first time. The WSR BMW driver, who has won six times this year, leads Fabrizio Giovanardi and Jason Plato by 13 and 28 points respectively in the title battle with 52 points up for grabs in the three remaining races.
September 20th, 2009
Stephen Jelley took his second win of the day in a chaotic third British Touring Car Championship race at Rockingham. After running third early on, the WSR BMW driver made it by Tom Chilton’s Arena Ford at Deene on lap nine, and then repeated the move on Andrew Jordan’s Vauxhall to take the lead three laps later. A lurid moment at the fast Gracelands right-hander allowed Jordan back in front further around the same lap, but Jelley redressed the balance with a forceful move at Yentwood soon after, tagging the back of Jordan’s car and sending him wide.