|Triple Eight Race Engineering is once again responsible for the preparation of Vauxhall's BTCC cars. The team, formed in 1996, and involved with Vauxhall throughout that time, has extensive race preparation experience. The company is based at Banbury, near to the Silverstone Circuit, and has considerable on-site facilities.
The works Vauxhall team has undergone a complete makeover for 2003, with a new livery and a 3 car team. 2003 marks the centenary year for Vauxhall, with special commemorative '100' edition road cars in various models. The team will be hoping to celebrate by making it three championships in a row, with James Thompson starting the season with the number '1' on the side of his car.
|VX Racing Operations Manager: ||Mike Nicholson|
|VX Racing Exploitation Manager: ||Jim Smith|
|Team Principal: ||Ian Harrison|
|Technical Director: ||Ludovic Lacroix|
|Commercial & Marketing Manager: ||Anna Mavin|
|Team Secretary: ||Emma Shute|
|Engine Engineer: ||Raphael Caille|
|Chief Mechanic: ||Martin Ellis|
|Tyres Technician: ||Peter Wright|
|Data Acquisition & Pit Board: ||Richard Walker|
|Car no. 1||Car no. 2|
|Driver: ||James Thompson||Driver: ||Yvan Muller|
|Race Engineer: ||John Morton||Engineer: ||John Waterman|
|No.1 Mechanic: ||Gary Killpack||No.1 Mechanic: ||Chris Bell-Chambers|
|No.2 Mechanic: ||Phillip Addison||No.2 Mechanic: ||Philip Blyth|
|Car no. 8|
|Driver: ||Paul O'Neill|
|Race Engineer: ||Kevin Berry|
|No.1 Mechanic: ||Dave Gardner|
|No.2 Mechanic: ||Dave Johnston|
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