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BTCC 2019 | Season Review

You can never take anything for granted in the BTCC and 2019 was no exception. From the moment the lights went out...


BTCC History: BMW M3

BMW has a rich heritage in touring car racing, and from 1987 through to the end of 1991, the BMW M3 was their car of choice in the BTCC. The car was a formidable machine, and it...
Vauxhall's BTCC history is one glittered with success. Fresh from Vauxhall's 1989 BTCC title win with series debutant John Cleland in the Astra GTE 16v, Vauxhall's contribution to the Super Touring era of the BTCC began with...
One of the most popular, well-remembered and most successful cars of the early years of the British Touring Car Championship was the Ford Sierra Cosworth. Its introduction to the BTCC came at a pivotal time in the...

BTCC History: MG ZS

Of all the cars that came close to challenging Vauxhall in the early days of the BTC-Touring era, the MG ZS was one which challenged the earliest. Present in the BTCC for eight seasons from 2001 through...

The Hairpin Corner Named Inside Feedspot’s Top 100 Motorspot Blogs

Some pleasing news to launch 2020, as The Hairpin Corner has been named inside Feedspot's list of Top 100 Motorsport Blogs On The Internet at #42. I've been running the site for about four years now, but during that...

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Iconic Cars From BTCC History

Discover The History Of The British Touring Car Championship

The British Touring Car Champion has a long and illustrious history as Britain’s top domestic motor racing series. It’s roots can be traced back to 1958 and the origins of the British Saloon Car Championship with Jack Sears as the series’ inagural champion. Premium Partner: Touring Car Models

Touring Car Models has partnered with Touring Car Models, a specialist model retailer selling diecast models of the world's most iconic touring cars.