January 26, 2021

BTCC 2020: New look for title-winning BMW squad

Ruling British visiting vehicle champion Colin Turkington’s BMW UK crew has uncovered a refreshed variant of its 330i M Sport dashing vehicle, including another look configuration highlighting the association’s M hues.

The West Surrey Racing-run activity will again handle a trio of the autos in Britain’s greatest motorsport title, with four-time champion Turkington again joined by 2013 title victor Andrew Jordan and Tom Oliphant.

The 330i M Sport set the tone in a year ago’s BTCC, with Turkington and Jordan taking 11 successes among them and completing first and second separately in the title race.

WSR says it has made a progression of minor improvements to refine the vehicle over the slow time of year. The three vehicles will likewise don another dark, red and blue uniform, which mirrors the current motorsport shades of BMW’s M execution arm. The machine is because of run out in the open just because at the BTCC media day occasion at Silverstone on Tuesday 17 March.

Somewhere else, the 2020 BTCC network is almost set up following a progression of ongoing declarations.

Motorbase will handle a trio of new-age Ford Focus ST machines, with arrangement ordinary Andy Neate joining Ollie Jackson and Rory Butcher.

Howard Fuller will challenge the initial three adjusts in a Team Hard Volkswagen CC, while ordinary driver Mike Bushell recoups from a heart condition.

MB Motorsport, which is going by up previous racer Mark Blundell, has marked 22-year-old W Series leader Esmee Hawkey as its official improvement driver. Sam Osborne and Jake Hill will race for the Honda Civic Type R crew, recently known as AmD Tuning.

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