Robb Holland Becomes 1st American To Score In BTCC Since.. Dan Gurney?

Friend-of-Jalopnik Robb Holland just became the first American to score points in the extremely competitive British Touring Car Championship since, well, what appears to be the great Dan Gurney. Unless Bill "The Goobs" Gubelmann managed to do it in 1975, and nobody said anything about it. » 8/03/14 3:31pm 8/03/14 3:31pm

John George Survives A Smashingly Good Flip At British Touring Car…

Check out this spectacular flippin' crash from this past weekend's final round of the British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch. Sure, there was plenty of other drama, with the title race coming down to the wire before being won by Vauxhall driver Fabrizio Giovanardi. But as far as sensational moments go, this… » 9/22/08 1:20pm 9/22/08 1:20pm

British Racer David Leslie Dies In Plane Crash

Yesterday, Sunday March 30, 2008, former touring car racer David Leslie died when the Cessna Citation he was in crashed into a house. No people on the ground were injured, but all five of the plane's passengers were killed. Leslie had a 13-year career in the British Touring Car Championship. His best season in the… » 3/31/08 3:15pm 3/31/08 3:15pm

Who Is Driving Car? OMG, No One Driving Car? How Can That Be?

Everyone loves a good April Fools Joke (remember the ESPN aluminum bat hoax?), especially the guys and gals over at SEAT Sport UK. The racing team that operates the SEAT Leon in the BTCC has a story on their website that is "strictly embargoed until April 1" about a remote controlled SEAT possibly competing in the… » 3/28/07 3:30pm 3/28/07 3:30pm

Charles Randall On British Touring Car Racing

Our Garschk. For some reason, this article crawled up our bum and sat there. We realize that it's written for a general audience, but criminy, who cares? Charles Randall, who's been a professional racing driver since 1997, should stick to being a racing driver and not attempt to write things unless under the aegis of… » 9/06/06 12:50am 9/06/06 12:50am