BTCC 2007 - Media Launch at Rockingham - 13 March 2007
The 2007 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship launched at Rockingham on March 13th, with the media unveiling of the teams, drivers and cars taking part in this year's championship. Check below for for all the news from Rockingham.
Last year he drove a Lexus IS200. This year Adam Jones makes the switch to a SEAT Toledo Cupra, run by Paul Ridgway’s GR Asia outfit. Adam Jones - Read more!
Erkut Kizilirmak – “Without competition, you cannot learn”
Turkish racer Erkut Kizilirmak has bought last year’s works Astra Sport Hatches, and will use one of them to contest a full season in the BTCC in 2007. Erkut Kizilirmak – Read more!
Civic needs to be Neal's lucky charm
Matt Neal has won two BTCC titles in a row, but this year the odds seem to be stacked against him as Team Halfords develop the Civic from scratch. Civic needs to be Neal's lucky charm
Plato: Hot favourite?
SEAT Sport UK's Jason Plato starts the new season with high hopes, but can he pick up his second BTCC title? Plato: Hot favourite?
New challenge for Turkington
Colin Turkington is something of a BTCC veteran now, but 2007 poses a series of new challenges for the Northern Irish driver. New challenge for Turkington
Giovanardi looking to move up a gear
VX Racing driver Fabrizio Giovanardi will contest a second season in the BTCC this year, with a brand new Vauxhall Vectra. Read what he had to say ahead of the new season. Giovanardi looking to move up a gear
Gow on grids, fuels and TV
On the day of the 2007 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship media launch at Rockingham, we caught up with series boss Alan Gow. Gow on grids, fuels and TV