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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...
1994 marked the beginning of the heights of the Super Touring era of the BTCC. With a grid 10 manufacturers strong, the series fielded drivers who were widely regarded as some of the best in touring car...
Of all the cars which arrived in the BTCC in the Super Touring era, the Audi A4 Quattro was perhaps the most controversial and arguably one of the most successful of the lot. After seeing rival manufacturers...

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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.