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Andy Rouse/Rouse Sport/Andy Rouse Engineering. Morning all! I'm in a 1992 #BTCC Toyota UK kind of mood. Have a good one this week 💪👍👋. The wide track on Ford UK Mondeo helped the car over the kerbs Andrew Rouse (born 2 December 1947) is a British racing driver, most notably in the British Saloon Car Championship. He won the BSCC in 1975, 1983, 1984 and 1985. Andy Rouse is one of the most successful drivers ever to appear in the BSCC.His 60 overall wins in the category was the highest total by any driver for many years, until being overhauled by Jason Plato at Brands Hatch in the opening. With Andy Rouse on board, it won 7 out of the 11 rounds and was overall winner of the 1984 British Touring Car Championship; The car retains its original shell, brakes, 265 Getrag close-ratio, dog-leg gearbox, adjustable and constant velocity jointed camber axle, centre-locks, air-jacks etc. all correc This is an ex-British Touring Car Championship Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth racing car built by the iconic Andy Rouse Engineering. And it's for sale. Though, you'll need slightly more cash than.

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  1. The Dolomite Sprint was a plucky - if ultimately not class-leading - BTCC racer in the 1970s. It met with some success, with Andy Rouse winning the Drivers' Championship in 1975, and also lifting the manufacturer's title in 1974 with Tony Dron. See more. Andy Rouse/Rouse Sport/Andy Rouse Engineering
  2. Andy Rouse's eponymous team built many super tourers during the 90s in the BTCC. Starting out with Toyota, before running the Ford manufacturer contract for 3 years. For 1996, Andy Rouse ran a semi-works programme with a pair of Nissan Primeras, prior to Nissan's full return to the championship in 1997
  3. But David Sears, in for BTCC kingpin Andy Rouse in the smart, blue ICS-stickered RS500, is still right there. Stig charges down to Goddards - and shock-horror - dumps the lot by braking far too late, the white Cossie spinning clumsily to face the way it has just come
  4. An excellent battle from the BTCC @ Brands Hatch, 1988 between Steve Soper in the Eggenberger Sierra Cosworth RS500 and Andy Rouse in the Rouse Engineering S..
  5. ated class D. Andy Rouse finished third on points, winning nine races outright of the twelve rounds
  6. The Kaliber cars were run by the Andy Rouse team and driven by Rouse and Edwards in the final season of a multi-class format for the BTCC. Rouse finished the season with six wins and a class.

September 2009, my first drive as a non-racing driver of an Andy Rouse RS500 BTCC Car, tip toeing round Oulton Park in damp conditions and a dry lap at Doni.. Andy should know; his Rouse Engineering team built more than 20 of the racing Mondeos which took the Super Touring formula around the world. The car at Goodwood - owned and restored by Andy's former colleague in Rouse Engineering Alan Strachan - was the very last one built in 1994

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3 - Will Hoy vs. Andy Rouse - BTCC - 1992. One of the most iconic team-mate clashes is the one of Toyota drivers Andy Rouse and Will Hoy during the Brands Hatch GP races of the 1992 British Touring Car Championship. The duo fought furiously for the lead with Vauxhall's John Cleland right behind. As Hoy passed Rouse back for the lead. This venerable SD1 was prepared for the 1984 season supported by Pete Hall's Industrial Control Services With Andy Rouse on board, it won 7 out of the 11 rounds and was overall winner of the 1984 British Touring Car Championship The car retains its original shell, brakes, 265 Getrag close-ratio, dog-leg gearbox, adjustable and constant velocity jointed camber axle, centre-locks, air-jacks. BTCCPages.com driver profile - Andy Rouse - British Touring Car Championship. Welcome to BTCCPages.com! NEXT BTCC RACES : 28 - 29 Apr 2018, Rnds 4 - 6 @ Donington Par

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  1. Andy Rouse is one of the best drivers ever who competed at the British Touring (Saloon) Car Championship and the only one who won four championship titles (in 1975, 1983, 1984 and 1985). Rouse was active in the BSCC from 1973 to 1994, winning 60 races in 233 starts. Rouse competed when BSCC rounds had approximately one race per weekend, so his 60 wins is worth more than Jason Plato's record.
  2. A 'lost' 2003 JAGUAR X-TYPE SCV8 (below) created for the failed Supercar V8 championship has been found alive and well and living with Andy Rouse. The former BTCC star's firm Rouse Hall built the one-off X-type for the proposed BTCC rival series. Since then, the car has been stored
  3. British Touring Car Championship official site. Driver Nationality Number; Andy Rouse: British: 4: Colin Turkington: British: 4: Matt Nea
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  5. With the BTCC switching to a single-class formula for 2.0-litre cars, Toyota was back in force with a brace of front-wheel drive Carina models run under the Kaliber ICS Team Toyota banner. Multiple BTCC champion Andy Rouse took three wins, and Rouse and Toyota ended the season third in both the drivers' and manufacturers' standings
  6. After topping the times at the end of British Touring Car Championship pre-season testing, it feels like Gordon Shedden has never been away. now known as the BTCC. Tin-top legend Andy Rouse.

1980's in the BTCC. Gravett joined the BTCC in 1987 for a one-off race at Silverstone, where he ended up retiring. He came back in 1988 in an Andy Rouse prepared car, and had a creditable season finishing second 2nd twice in his Class A Ford Sierra RS Cosworth. Next came 1989, where he created his own team, Trakstar Item : Andy Rouse. Triumph Team Pirhana entered Triumph Dolomite Sprint. British Touring Car Champion 1975. professionally printed in a lab. 'Do Not Copy !'. Motor Racing and Motoring Photographs

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1:43 scale diecast models from the 1990 season of the BTCC. Car Number Car Entrant Driver Model; 1: Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth : Andy Rouse: Motor Pro: No UPC: 11: Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth : Robb Gravett: Motor Pro: No UP Esso RAC British Touring Car Championship a Sierra was not what you had to have if you want to go for the championship, and even points where in short supply. Rouse fielded four cars, all regular front runners, the new Trakstar outfit with Australian-built Sierras where two others, and when the Goode Sierras (three of them) had a good day. One of a handful of Andy Rouse built works Mondeo Supertourers. This was the car run by Andy Rouse Engineering for Kelvin Burt for the 1995 BTCC, in the first year of Andy's retirement. The car ran in the iconic Valvoline livery for 1995, the first time this sponsor had appeared on the works Mondeos 1:43 British Touring Car Championship winners. Our Diecast Manager Leigh is a huge BTCC fan. So huge, in fact, that he attended all 10 meetings of the series last season. You can imagine his excitement, then, when he came across this range of 1:43 British Touring Car Championship winning replicas! There are 11 different models available in.

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Andy Rouse in his original, pre-RS500, Cosworth. The Rover Vitesses were a match more or less for this car but when the RS500 came along, the Rovers were consigned to history Andy Rouse Engineering - got in touch with Andy Rouse and he was very helpful but no info about the 1988 BTCC event though. Trident Motorsport - driven by Nick May in his Maserati, that's all I know. - Ran by ex-Lola engineer, Tony Gale and still on the lookout for him. Prodrive - got in touch a few months ago and no luck Sharing with David Sears, Andy Rouse took his second BTCC victory of the year at Donington's two-driver event on Sunday. In front of an enormous crowd, Rouse qualified on pole and took the flag four seconds clear of Laurence Bristow/Tim Harvey. However that does not tell the full story of the race, for a long time a win for the impressive.

Andy Rouse. nationality British age 73 years old born December 2, 1947 hometown Dymock, Gloucesterhire Page 2- Andy Rouse 86 BTCC XR4Ti Motorsport History. As far as I remember, Pete Hall ran solo in many races due to Andy's WTCC commitments (also, running a second car stretched the team as mechanics would also have been with Andy)

During the 1988 season, Steve Soper and Andy Rouse (two of the greatest touring car drivers to ever race) faced off in a pair of Ford Sierra RS500s. The battle plays out at Brands Hatch, former. With Andy Rouse on board, it won 7 out of the 11 rounds and was overall winner of the 1984 British Touring Car Championship The car retains its original shell, brakes, 265 Getrag close-ratio, dog-leg gearbox, adjustable and constant velocity jointed camber axle, centre-locks, air-jacks etc. all correc Andy Rouse (60 wins, 4 titles) Andy Rouse (born 1947) was the first driver with four BTCC titles. He was active between 1973 and 1994, scoring 60 wins, in a period when BTCC weekend events had one or two races, not three as today, so his 60 wins are more worthy than Plato's wins. Rouse's percentage of wins is 25,75%, Plato's is about 16% The sub-plot of the 1988 BTCC series was the head-to-heads between Andy Rouse's Kaliber Sierra Cosworth and the Eggenberger works Sierra Cosworth driven - in the main - by Steve Soper. In four of the twelve rounds that year, Rouse had to contend with the Ford's flagship touring car team As well as equalling Andy Rouse's record of four BTCC titles last year, Turkington also collected a landmark 50th victory in the series at Oulton Park that June

CHAMPION: John Cleland, Vauxhall Astra GTE 16V (Class C) Championship Races: 13. Race Wins: Andy Rouse, 6 Robb Gravett, 4 Tim Harvey, 2 Laurence Bristow, Andy Rouse is one of the most successful drivers ever to appear in the BSCC/BTCC. Andy raced for Ford, Toyota, Triumph, Rover and Alfa Romeo. His 60 overall wins in the category was the highest total by any driver until being overhauled by Jason Plato Andy Rouse Rouse Motorsport Ford Sierra RS500 1988 - BTCC - 22 - Ford - Rouse by kilohmunns, on Flickr the second car from the Trofeu set. Mike Smith Prodrive BMW M3 E30 P8150020 by kilohmunns, on Flickr This is a conversion using an IXO model with the Graphyland decals Frank Sytner championship winning Prodrive BMW M3 E30 P9080067 by. The British Touring Car Championship, founded in 1958 as the British Saloon Car Championship, is an annual motor racing series held in the United Kingdom. Running from the spring until autumn, the BTCC sees a variety of touring and saloon cars racing around some of the UK's most famous circuits. 1 Current Season 2 History 2.1 1960s 2.2 1970s 2.3 1980s 2.4 1990s 2.5 2000s 2.6 2010s 3 Champions. 1998 Corolla built by Andy Rouse in the UK for the BTCC. 2L 300hp ,6 speed sequential ,centre lock 19wheels, air jacks digital dash etc etc Reputedly built at a cost of 200k pounds has had very little use due to lack of sponsorship when completed

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  1. Andy is out of motor sport now, dividing his time between his commercial property business, exercising his 600-horsepower sports cruising boat, and riding his Suzuki trail bike in the Welsh hills. But the Rouse connection with racing remains, for his son Julian is the general manager of Christian Horner's Arden Motorsport, running cars in GP2.
  2. 40 Triumph Dolomite Sprint Andy Rouse Vanguard: VA0503 1978/1980 Season ? Capri 3.0s MkIII Gordon Spice - overall champ 1978 - Capri 3.0s MkIII: Vangaurds VA10804 I nearly bought this car but again it didn't race in the BTCC, the BTCC car wasn't sponsored by Ralliart but the Daily Mail (see below
  3. BTCC 94 works car built by Andy Rouse BTCC 95 independent trophy champion Showroom 97 - 99 Malaysia 00 (3 sprint races) Total revised and sold to germany 01 germany 01 (1 sprint race) germany 02 (2 sprint races) germany 05 (1 sprint race) BTCC stand 1995 - 2000 ccm v6 with about 296 bhp [
  4. This video showcases an awesome battle from the UK's Brands Hatch BTCC event, way-back-when in 1988. The battle features the likes of Steve Soper in the Eggenberger Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 and Andy Rouse piloting the Rouse Engineering Sierra Cosworth RS500. These two tintop legends go head-to-head for lap after lap
  5. gham in 1989. Ford Sierra Touring Bbs V8 Supercars Vintage Race Car All Cars David Cars And Motorcycles Super Cars Andy Rouse / David Sears Ford Sierra XR4Ti Touring Car. 1986 RAC Tourist Trophy ETCC Silverstone
  6. The British Touring Car Championship was won in 1983 by Andy Rouse driving an Alfetta GTV6 and again in 1994 by Gabriele Tarquini with an Alfa Romeo 155. Alfa Romeo in motorsport - Wikipedia The XR4Ti was raced in Europe, most notably by Andy Rouse who used one to win the 1985 BTCC
  7. ated the 1988 season with nine outright victories in the mighty Ford Sierra RS500. But due to the BTCC's class-based system he failed to clinch the overall title

British Touring Car Championship . Kaliber Racing 22 (Andy Rouse) 1988 Blue; Kaliber Racing 1 (Andy Rouse) 1989 Blue; Box contents Designed for Marketplace . € 19.00 In stock. USD 0.00. Order now. Alternative SKUs for SK Decals SK24060: SK-24060. Note: Prices and availability are indications only. Also check if the product actually matches Earlier, Honda Yuasa Racing driver Matt Neal won the opening round in a lights-to-flag drive - taking him up to 60 BTCC wins overall, matching legendary racer Andy Rouse's overall record. It was a Honda Civic Type R 1-2-3 in the opening round, before the BMWs took over

Decal 1/43 BTCC 1971 131 FORD ESCORT DAVE MATTHEWS € 13,00 Aggiungi al carrello; Decal 1/43 BTCC 1973 30 -21 FORD ESCORT ANDY ROUSE Andrew Andy Rouse (born 2 December 1947) is a British racing driver, most notably in the British Saloon Car Championship. He won the BSCC in 1975, 1983, 1984 and 1985 Paul began racing in the 1993 season of the British Touring Car Championship in a Ford Mondeo prepared by teammate Andy Rouse. He finished 3rd in the championship despite only racing in the championship for half a year. He raced again for Andy Rouse in 1994, finishing 3rd again behind Gabriele Tarquini in an Alfa Romeo and Alain Menu in a Renault Honda's Matt Neil claims BTCC Pole at Brands Hatch. Matt Neal qualified on pole position for the opening round of the 2011 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at the Brands Hatch circuit in Kent. Worcestershire's Neal, driving his Honda Racing Team's new turbocharged Civic, set a qualifying lap record of 48.210s to achieve pole Jerry Mahony (1956-) was a British racing driver. Mahoney began his racing career in 1987, but it wasn't before long that he got his first BTCC drive. He managed to get a drive with the Arquati Racing Team in 1988, piloting the team's Class A Ford Sierra. Round 1 must have have been his lucky day, as he managed 2nd in qualifying at Silverstone. Andy Rouse went out of the race with his turbo.

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  1. A quick fire quiz all about the British Touring Car Championship over the years since its inception as the British saloon car championship in 1958. Average score for this quiz is 5 / 10. Andy Rouse. NEXT> 7. Johnny Herbert never raced in the BTCC prior to or as a prelude to his F1 career. True. False
  2. Race: BTCC 1988 Brands Hatch Driver: Steve Soper Steve Soper finished 2nd at Brands Hatch in the 1988 British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), behind rival Andy Rouse. Overall Steve finished 15th due to a combination of entering less than half of the races that year, with one being cancelled (where he had pole position)
  3. 1992 British Touring Car Championship + The TOCA Shoot-Out. Richard Longman, Sir John Whitmore, Matt Neal, Jason Plato and Andy Rouse give a good and amusing in places insight intop their respective era's. My 16 year old son loved it because it covers his era, however if you are a 45+ year old who is a long standing BTCC / motorsport fan.
  4. 1994 BTCC Winner. The Super Touring era was a golden age for the British Touring Car Championship and its popularity and strong following had not gone unnoticed at Alfa Romeo. Keen to be part of the action, Alfa Corse, who were the factory racing team of Alfa Romeo, was tasked with designing and building a car to take on the likes of Ford.

John Handley is a former British Saloon Car Championship driver, who won several races between 1963 and 1969, before returning to the championship between 1974 and 1975. 1 Background 2 BTCC History 2.1 Factory Racer 2.2 Racing Return 3 BTCC Record 4 References Handley had limited experience before he entered the BSCC, competing almost exclusively in club events. Handley's only major race entry. A household name in the 1990s, Harvey won sixteen races in the British Touring Car Championship between 1987 and 1995, but competed in the series until 2002. Also left alone in the protest was the Sierra of team mates Andrew Miedecke (fifth in a car with a technical link to Andy Rouse, while Miedecke's co-driver at Bathurst was Steve Soper. Andy Rouse. 1993 British Touring Car Championship # 5 Ford Mondeo Si Team: Team Mondeo Andy Rouse. 1993 FIA Touring Car Challenge # 31 Ford Mondeo Team: Ford Team Mondeo Andy Rouse. 1994 British Touring Car Championship # 33 Ford Mondeo Ghia Team: Team Mondeo Andy Rouse. 2008 Goodwood Festival of Speed # 200 Ford Mondeo Si Team: Alvin Powell. See more of Andy Rouse/Rouse Sport/Andy Rouse Engineering on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? or. Create New Account. Not Now. Pages Liked by This Page. DPA Design. Turner Motorsports UK. RS500Cosworth.Com. Recent Post by Page. Andy Rouse/Rouse Sport/Andy Rouse Engineering. Yesterday at 11:20 AM Created by Andy Rouse and proposed to be a series for RWD production steel body cars, powered by V8 engines, the race series was put on hold and, in the end, never actually happened. The world of Touring Car racing was already crowded enough and the SCV8 Series would only have harmed the BTCC more and so as a result, the idea of SCV8 faded away.

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Andy Rouse & Guy Edwards Kaliber 1989 BTCC Ford Mustangs for the Gran Turismo Ford Mustang Gr.4. Based on the 1989 Andy Rouse Prepared Kaliber Ford Sierra Cosworths used by Andy Rouse and Guy Edwards in the British Touring Car Championship Andy Rouse [driver and team owner], Alan Gow [series boss], Vic Lee [team owner], Dave Cook [team owner] and David Richards [Prodrive boss] got their heads together and decided on a formula. Colin Turkington has equalled Andy Rouse's record of four British Touring Car titles. Colin Turkington has won his fourth British Touring Car title in dramatic circumstances at Brands Hatch The Ford Sierra RS500 was a monster machine in the BTCC during the late '80s, with Andy Rouse and Steve Soper proceeding to continue a fierce battle during 1988 in particular Andy Rouse, Robb Gravett, and Mike Smith's 1990 BTCC RS500s, based on DaveB's model. RS RS. Tim Harvey and Lawrence Bristow's Labatts 1990 BTCC RS500s, based on DaveB's model. *NOTE* All these Sierras use DaveB's Cosworth sound file which can be downloaded from HERE. Jeff Allam and Iain Forest's 1990 BMW M3s, based on Neil Bainbridge's model

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Toyotas has been on the BTCC grid since the mid-1970s. In 1975 Win Percy, driving a Toyota Celica, finished the season level on points with Andy Rouse, missing out on the title only by having. A 1989 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth, driven by Andy Rouse and Guy Edwards, in the pit lane at the 2019 Silverstone Classic Media Day. John Gaffen / Alamy Stock Photo. Image ID: T4T3XM. Chassis number ARE02089 • Built by the legendary Andy Rouse Engineering 'ARE' for the 1989 BTCC season • Ultimate development of the Group A RS500s • Race winner in 1989 • Only 4 owners from new and in the. Andy Rouse (left) was one of the stars of the Ford Sierra Cosworth era Vauxhall's near-standard Astra flourished during the class-based BTCC era Robb Gravett dominated the 1990 championship in his. Dunlop British Touring Car Championship: Chris Hodgetts: 1986: British Saloon Car Championship: Chris Hodgetts: 1985: Trimoco British Saloon Car Championship: Andy Rouse: 1984: Trimoco British Saloon Car Championship: Andy Rouse: 1983: Trimoco British Saloon Car Championship: Andy Rouse: 1982: Tricentrol British Saloon Car Championship: Win.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Rover SD1 ICS (Andy Rouse - BTCC 1984) Resin Model Car 45585 at the best online prices at eBay Back in 2003 multiple BTCC champion and British touring car legend Andy Rouse proposed a V8 touring car series called SCV8 in the UK. SCV8 had the support of Jaguar and Peugeot, with a number of. Let's not forget, too, that the second ever season of the BTCC in 1959 was won by Jeff Uren and his Mays-tuned Zephyr, that Jim Clark won in 1964 in a Lotus-Cortina, and that Frank Gardner's Cosworthen­gined Escort Twin-Cam won in 1968. The regulation­s changed from year to year, but there always seemed to be a Ford that was capable of. Andy Rouse waves to the crowd as he leads the drivers' parade round. 1994 BTCC Images . John Cleland, Vauxhall Sport, Vauxhall Cavalier. Image options. Download comp. Image details. ID: 1018481856 ; Date taken: Monday, June 12, 1995. The BMW M3 dominated the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) in the late eighties and early nineties, but Steve Soper was not able to contain Andy Rouse and his Toyota Carina in rounds eight and nine at Donington Park in 1991. While Soper was able to claim second place in the first race, he was forced to retire in the second

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Scalextric Touring Car Legends twinpack containing the Ford Sierra RS500 No.1 ICS driven by Andy Rouse and the BMW E30 No.55 driven by Frank Sytner from the 1990 British Touring Car Championship season Shedden will be bidding to become the first driver since Andy Rouse more than 30 years ago to triumph three times in swift succession, whilst Neal proved last year that even as he prepares to.

Special mention to Andy Rouse a real gentleman of a racer, Liked Rob Gravett as well, His trackstar team really struggled for finance. I saw a rare Moonstone Sierra 3 door cossie the other day in Barnstaple, Being driven as a daily, It looked absolutely awesome. I also want the 60's aswell, 3.8 Jag MK2's Download this stock image: 1989 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 touring car, BTCC Group A, with driver Andrew Brass at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Sussex, UK. - JJTWMF from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors BTCC 1988 Ford Sierra RS500 drivers Andy Rouse and Steve Soper. 1996 Ford Mondeo Test Car. BTCC 1995 Ford Mondeo driver Richard Kaye. BTCC 1995 Ford Mondeo driver Matt Neal. BTCC 1995 Ford Mondeo driver Charlie Cox. BTCC 1994Ford Mondeo driver Paul Radisich. BTCC 1994 Ford Mondeo driver Andy Rouse. BTCC 1995 Ford Mondeo driver Nigel Mansel Jason Plato is a double BTCC champion, currently competing in the BTCC in 2014.1 Plato holds more race wins than any other driver in the history of the BTCC, and has finished in the top three of the drivers standings in nine of his fifteen seasons in the series.2 1 Current Season 2 Background 3 BTCC History 3.1 Champion and Ambitions 3.2 Return 3.3 Chevy Power 3.4 Triple Eight's Main Man 4.

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The 2000 BTCC season was the last to feature 'Super Touring' regulations. Spiralling costs meant only three manufacturers had factory supported entries. Despite the lack of entries, the season was still a cracker, going right down to the wire Sports Quiz / All-Time BTCC Makes' Wins Random Sports or Auto Racing Quiz Can you name the All-Time BTCC Makes' Wins (Including outright winners in the Production Class)? Mallory Park (1974) / Andy Rouse: 13: Crystal Palace (1963) / John Whitmore: 12: Brands Hatch (1958) / Jack Sears: 11: Brands Hatch (2014) / Adam Morgan: 9: Thruxton (1994. British Touring Car Championship | The world's largest repository of motor racing results and statistics from F1 to WRC, from MotoGP, covering 50 events every weekend with stats dating back to 1894 | Motorsport Stat

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Le quadruple champion BTCC (British Touring Car Championship) Andy Rouse, fait partie des pilotes et préparateurs les plus connus de Grande-Bretagne. Après des débuts prometteurs en tant que. High quality Btcc inspired Art Prints by independent artists and designers from around the world. Break out your top hats and monocles; it's about to classy in here. Printed on 100% cotton watercolour textured paper, Art Prints would be at home in any gallery. But your walls are better. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours The British Touring Car Championship is a touring car racing series held each year in the United Kingdom. The Championship was established in 1958 as the British Saloon Car Championship and has run to various rules over the years - production cars, then FIA Group 1 or 2 in the late 1960s and 1970s, and then Group A in the 1980s, when in 1987, the series took on its current name 6 (1993) 6 was the number of the BMW Motorsport Team BMW 318i driven by Steve Soper in the 1993 season of the British Touring Car Championship. Soper drove the car in all rounds of the championship, winning races at Silverstone, Snetterton and Brands Hatch. Soper came 2nd in the championship High quality Btcc accessories by independent designers from around the world. Shop online for tote bags, backpacks, water bottles, scarves, pins, masks, duffle bags, and more

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British Touring Car Championship, förkortas BTCC, är ett brittiskt standardvagnsmästerskap som kördes första gången 1958.BTCC var det största standardvagnsmästerskapet en tid fram till 2000, då många biltillverkare och förare lämnade serien och den har nu passerats av både Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters och World Touring Car Championship.. Rover 3500. (1984) BTCC-winning Group A ICS Rover Vitesse - ex Andy Rouse. Price on request. 1 of 46. Silverstone Auctions. Nick Whale. The Forge, Harwoods House, Banbury Road -. CV35 0AA Ashorne, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire This is a list of records in the British Touring Car Championship since its establishment in 1958. Drivers who competed in the 2020 British Touring Car Championship season are highlighted in bold.. This page is accurate following the conclusion of the 2019 seaso This venerable SD1 was prepared for the 1984 season supported by Pete Hall's Industrial Control Services With Andy Rouse on board, it won 7 out of the 11 rounds and was overall winner of the 1984 British Touring Car Championship The car retains its original shell, brakes, 265 Getrag close-ratio, dog-leg gearbox, adjustable and constant velocity jointed camber axle

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