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File:Matt Neal, Donington Park, Apr 2012.jpg


The 2012 Dunlop[1] MSA British Touring Car Championship is a multi-event motor racing championship for production based touring car racing cars held across England and Scotland. The championship features a mix of professional motor racing teams and privately funded amateur drivers competing in highly modified versions of Family cars which are sold to the general public and conform to the technical regulations for the championship. It is one of the most popular domestic motor racing series in the United Kingdom, with an extensive program of support categories built up around the BTCC centrepiece. It will be the 55th British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season.



This will be the second season that cars conforming to the Next Generation Touring Car (NGTC) specification will be allowed to compete and the third and final season of the phased transition from the Super 2000 specification. The season will see teams compete with car chassis built to either NGTC or S2000 specification. All teams chose to use the NGTC turbocharged engine, even though the S2000 Naturally aspirated engine was still eligible. The phased transition from S2000 to NGTC means that the organising body, TOCA, will maintain a performance equalisation between the two chassis specifications. They will achieve this by monitoring the turbo boost pressures of all cars throughout the season, adjusting the pressure levels after every two rounds to maintain performance parity between all cars. The amount the turbo will be adjusted by will be determined via a mathematical calculation based on race performance.[2] The season will also be the first season without cars built to the BTC Touring specification.[3] A revised championship points system will also be introduced for the 2012 season, in which the top 15 cars will score championship points instead of the top 10 previously.[4]



2011 series champion Matt Neal will defend his title along with Honda, who are defending both the Team and Manufacturers championships. Reigning Independent Drivers champion James Nash will not defend his title after graduating into the World Touring Car Championship. Triple Eight Race Engineering are the reigning Independent Team Champions, but have entered this season with returning manufacturer MG Motor and are thus ineligible to defend the Independent championship.



Season reportEdit

File:Chris James' NGTC Vauxhall Vectra at Brands Hatch Indy 2012.jpg
Round One (Races 1, 2 & 3) — Brands Hatch

Qualifying saw Dave Newsham secure his maiden pole position in the Super 2000 ex-888 Vauxhall Vectra. Defending champion Matt Neal secured the other front row sport in the brand new NGTC Civic. Race one, was won by Rob Collard in his BMW from Neal after Newsham and Jason Plato came together at the top of Paddock Hill Bend. Race two, saw the first win for a car built to NGTC rules. The Honda Yuasa Racing Team's Civic with Neal at the wheel prevailed after a race long battle with Plato's brand new MG6. Plato won an incident filled Race three which saw the race red flagged after a seven car pile up at Druids Bend, caused by oil spilled on the track from the damaged Ford Focus of Mat Jackson.[5]



Round Two (Races 4, 5 & 6) — Donington Park

MG scored their first pole position since returning to the BTCC with Jason Plato during qualifying. Mat Jackson lead home the Honda pair in race one, with Gordon Shedden leading Matt Neal and Mat Jackson home in race two, making five different winners from four teams in from the first five races of the season. However, this was not to continue as after a controversial final race of the day, where at the final corner Plato collided with Shedden, sending both cars of the track. This led to Mat Jackson crossing the line first, from Plato, then Shedden. However, Jackson's Focus was excluded from the race after a turbo boost irregularity and Plato was given a two second penalty for his contact with Shedden, promoting Shedden to the race win.[6]

File:Andrew Jordan, Thruxton, Apr 2012 (practice).jpg
Round Three (Races 7, 8 & 9) — Thruxton

Prior to the event, Thorney Motorsport announce that, due to lack of funds for both racing and developmant of their new NGTC Insignia, they were not going to take part at Thruxton.[7] A damp qualifying gave Andrew Jordan and Pirtek their first pole of 2012. But, Saturday success would not convert into Sunday glory as a very wet race one saw Jordan slide into Jason Plato at the first turn, sending Jordan into the wall and out of the race. The race came to an abrupt end, when Liam Griffin crashed his car at turn one, causing a red flag. Mat Jackson therefore took his second win of the season, ahead of Dave Newsham and a recovering Plato. Weather condition had worsened for race two and was therefore started behind the safety car. It was Gordon Shedden who mastered the weather to come through the field to score his third win of the season. By the final race of the day, the condition had significantly improved, but it was still Shedden at the front leading home his team mate for a Honda one-two. All three fastest lap points at Thruxton went to Shedden, showing his speed in the tricky conditions.[8]



Round Four (Races 10, 11 & 12) — Oulton Park

In the week leading up to round four, Rob Austin Racing revealed that, former Formula Two driver Will Bratt would make his championship debut in the team's second car. However, Rob Austin would miss the event due to ongoing repairs to his car, after a big crash at Thruxton.[9] A circuit with damp patches made for an exciting qualifying session with several cars drifting and sliding off the track as they went round Cascades. The session belonged to Jason Plato though, setting a time 0.077 seconds faster than rival Matt Neal, making Plato the first repeat pole sitter of the season.[10] Once again, for the second weekend in a row, the pole sitter would not make it past turn one, after Plato's car had a suspension failure on the warm up lap to the grid, causing his MG to be pushed off the grid before the race even begun. That left the door open for Matt Neal to take the race one win after passing the fast starting Rob Collard. The second race of the day, saw Neal's Honda teammate take top honours ahead of Pirtek's Andrew Jordan, with a recovering Plato, who started at the back of the field, finishing third. The final race of the day, saw Neal once again step onto the top step of the podium, making Honda Yuasa Racing the winning team from seven of the last eight races.[11]



Round Five (Races 13, 14 & 15) — Croft

In the build up to Croft, Paul O'Neill announced he would make a one-off return to racing in Speedworks Toyota Avensis, substituting for Tony Hughes.[12] The point for pole position went to Matt Neal for the first time this season.[13] Again, as at Oulton Park, Jason Plato was pushed off the grid in an exciting race one which saw Neal recover from a poor start to take his fourth win of the season ahead of eBay Motors BMW of Rob Collard and the second Honda Yuasa Civic of Gordon Shedden. The Honda teammates reversed their positions in race two, with Shedden finishing ahead of Neal. A fantastic drive from Rob Austin, in his NGTC Audi A4, saw him take the last step on the podium. In a reverse of fortune from the first race, Plato took the race three win after some intense on track action. Liam Griffin brought out the safety car, after crashing his Redstone Racing Focus into the wall, causing an engine fire. Andy Neate lead the early part of the race, ahead of his MG teammate Plato. Neate however was unable to fend Plato off and subsequently fell back down the order, giving Plato the race win from Tom Onslow-Cole and Andrew Jordan.[14]



Heading into the mid-season break, Matt Neal leads the drivers’ championship by a single point from his Honda teammate Gordon Shedden, with MG's Jason Plato in third, 29 points behind the leader. Honda Yuasa Racing hold a strong 213 point lead from eBay Motors in the teams championship as well as a 123 point lead from MG in the manufacturers' championship. Pirtek's Andrew Jordan is the leading Independent driver and eBay Motors, the leading Independent team.



Round Six (Races 16, 17 & 18) — Snetterton
File:Dave Newsham, Thruxton, Apr 2012.jpg

During the mid-season break leading up to Snetterton, Team HARD. announced that Tony Gilham would step aside to allow American SCCA World Challenge driver Robb Holland to make his series debut with the team. Holland will be the first driver from the USA to compete in the BTCC since Bill Gubelmann in 1975.[15] Following on from this, Thorney Motorsport announced that they would return at Snetterton with Gilham at the wheel, after more extensive development of the Insignia.[16] Liam Griffin pulled out of the meeting due to business commitments linked to the 2012 Summer Olympics[17], whilst a final surprise was the unveiling of a new NGTC Ford Focus ST, built by Motorbase Performance, to be driven by Mat Jackson.[18]



Drama started almost immediately, when Gordon Shedden's Civic caught fire[19] in the first free practice, causing the Scotsman to set no competitive time in qualifying, which belonged to Frank Wrathall, setting his maiden pole position and a new course record.[20] Race one though saw Jason Plato win after starting second on the grid and taking the lead into the first turn. Wrathall managed to bring his Dynojet Toyota home second. Third place went to Andrew Jordan who narrowly beat Dave Newsham to the line after the two drivers came together several times during the final lap. However, Newsham would later be disqualified after being found underweight.[21] This promoted Matt Neal to fourth, whilst his teammate Shedden removed from last on the grid to seventh. Debutant Holland failed to finish the race after crashing at turn one with Adam Morgan. Race two saw old rivals Plato and Neal once again come together amid frantic action for the win. Plato had lead from the start; however Neal took the lead after sending the MG into a large slide coming through the penultimate corner. At the next turn, Plato returned the favour sending both Neal and himself off the track. This promoted Pirtek's Andrew Jordan to his first win of the season and Gordon Shedden up to second with Plato and Neal finishing third and fourth respectively. The reverse grid race three saw the ex-888 Vectra's of Lea Wood and Dave Newsham lead the early laps in first and second respectively, until lap four, where Newsham took the lead where he stayed till the end, taking his first BTCC win. A career first podium wasn't on the cards though for Wood, after a gearbox failure with only three laps to go. This left Tom Onslow-Cole with second place and Shedden crossing the line in third place ahead of Jason Plato. However, post-race scrutineering found that Shedden's Honda had been over-boosting, thus disqualifying him from the results.[22] This promoted Plato to third, whilst Neal recovered from and early spin, which sent him to the back of the field, to finish eighth.[23]



Round Seven (Races 19, 20 & 21) — Knockhill

In the run up to the BTCC's only Scottish round, Paul O'Neill announced he would deputise at Speedworks Motorsport, once again substituting for Tony Hughes.[24] Robb Holland again replaced Tony Gilham at Team HARD., whilst Thorney Motorsport, Rob Austin Racing, AmD Tuning.com and Liam Griffin announced they would not be making the trip north of the border, each citing different reasons.[25] Jason Plato took the pole position after a wet qualifying session, with the eBay Motors BMW of Rob Collard starting alongside. Árón Smith took a career best third place with his Redstone Racing Ford Focus.[26]



Race one saw Rob Collard use his fast starting BMW to take the lead into turn one, with Jason Plato, Árón Smith and Tom Onslow-Cole fighting for second. On the second lap however, both MG KX Momentum Racing cars crashed out in separate incidents. Andy Neate came together with Lea Wood, damaging Neate's suspension, whilst Plato and Árón Smith tangled, sending Plato into the tyre wall. This paved the way for eBay Motors to score their first one-two result since 2009 with Collard and Onslow-Cole taking the top two positions from home favourite Gordon Shedden. Frank Wrathall retired his Toyota Avensis with engine issues and would be unable to take that start of the day's remaining races. Race two again went to Rob Collard, winning ahead of his team mate Tom Onslow-Cole with Gordon Shedden again in third. Matt Neal could only manage eighth place, whilst Plato, after starting form the back, finished 11th. There was drama for Mat Jackson after the exhaust on his new NGTC Ford Focus broke, filling the cabin with exhaust fumes, leading to his retirement and a trip to the track medical centre, with only a couple of laps remaining. The final race of the weekend saw Dave Newsham take a lights to flag win in front of his home crowd. Jeff Smith took his first ever podium, finishing a career best second after holding off a hard charging Matt Neal for most of the race. There was further frustration though for Jason Plato and Gordon Shedden. Plato suffered turbo issues on the formation laps meaning he failed to take the start, whilst Shedden retired early on with front end damage, caused by a trip across the grass, in avoidance of an incident between Árón Smith and Paul O'Neill.[27]



Round Eight (Races 22, 23 & 24) — Rockingham

Prior to Rockingham, Team HARD announced that VW Cup driver Howard Fuller would make his BTCC debut, replacing Robb Holland[28], whilst Welch Motorsport said they would miss Rockingham due to budget issues.[29]



Teams and driversEdit

All cars will use Next Generation Touring Car 2.0-litre turbocharged direct injection spec engines.



Team Car Chassis
Specification
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Honda Yuasa Racing Team[30] Honda Civic NGTC 1 Template:Flagicon Matt Neal[31] C 1–8
52 Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden[31] C 1–8
Redstone Racing[32] Ford Focus ST Mk.III[18] NGTC 4 Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson[32] I 6–8
Ford Focus ST Mk.II[32] S2000 1–5
5 Template:Flagicon Árón Smith[32] I 1–8
6 Template:Flagicon Liam Griffin[32] I 1–5
eBay Motors[33] BMW 320si S2000 8 Template:Flagicon Rob Collard[33] I 1–8
18 Template:Flagicon Nick Foster[33] I 1–8
38 Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole[33] I 1–8
Dynojet[34] Toyota Avensis NGTC 11 Template:Flagicon Frank Wrathall[34] I 1–8
Welch Motorsport with Sopp+Sopp[35] Proton Persona NGTC 12 Template:Flagicon Daniel Welch[35] I 1–7
Rob Austin Racing[36] Audi A4 NGTC 13 Template:Flagicon Rob Austin[37] I 1–3, 5–6, 8
14 Template:Flagicon Will Bratt[38] I 4–5, 8
Team ES Racing.com[39] Vauxhall Vectra S2000 17 Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham[40] I 1–8
78 Template:Flagicon Chris James[40] I 1–8
Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis NGTC 29 Template:Flagicon Paul O'Neill[12] I 5, 7
33 Template:Flagicon Adam Morgan[41] I 1–8
50 Template:Flagicon Tony Hughes[42] I 1–4, 6, 8
Team HARD.[43] Honda Civic S2000 22 Template:Flagicon Howard Fuller[28] I 8
34 Template:Flagicon Tony Gilham[44] I 1–5
35 Template:Flagicon Robb Holland[15] I 6–7
Thorney Motorsport[45] Vauxhall Insignia VXR-R NGTC 34 Template:Flagicon Tony Gilham[46] I 6
66 Template:Flagicon John Thorne[47] I 1–2
BINZ Racing Vauxhall Vectra S2000 43 Template:Flagicon Lea Wood[48] I 1–7
MG KX Momentum Racing[49] MG6 GT NGTC 44 Template:Flagicon Andy Neate[49] C 1–8
99 Template:Flagicon Jason Plato[49] C 1–8
AmD Tuning.com[50] Volkswagen Golf S2000 48 Template:Flagicon Ollie Jackson[50] I 1–6, 8
Pirtek Racing[51] Honda Civic NGTC 55 Template:Flagicon Jeff Smith[52] I 1–8
77 Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan[52] I 1–8
Tech-Speed Motorsport[53] Chevrolet Cruze LT S2000 TBA Template:Flagicon Joe Girling[53] I
Icon Class
C Constructor
I Independent
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NGTC Next Generation Touring Car
S2000 Super 2000



Driver changesEdit

Changed teams



Entering/re-entering BTCC
  • Mark Hazell was going to join the series, driving an Audi A4 for Rob Austin Racing. He failed to participate at the season-opening round at Brands Hatch; giving his car up to team boss Rob Austin as the second A4 was not ready. He later announced that he would not compete in the series due to personal reasons.
  • Rob Hedley will enter the series during the 2012 season, with Thorney Motorsport.[47]



Leaving BTCC



Team changesEdit

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  • On 18 October 2011, Welch Automotive announced they are expanding their team to 2 cars for the 2012 season.
  • On 5 November 2011, Team ES Racing announced that they will switch to NGTC cars. However, on 21 January 2012 it was announced that they will use ex-Triple Eight Vauxhall Vectra with NGTC engines for drivers Chris James and Dave Newsham, with the possibility of a third car running later in the season.
  • On 1 February 2012, RML announced that they would not enter a team in the 2012 championship, opting instead to focus on the WTCC and the team's championship defences.[58] Team AON also left the series in order to concentrate their efforts in WTCC.
  • Special Tuning Racing also moved to the WTCC, and it has been reported that the team will run a pair of cars in the BTCC.



Race calendar and resultsEdit

The provisional calendar was announced by the championship organisers on 20 September 2011, with no major changes from 2011.[59]



Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Driver Winning Team Winning Independent
1 R1 Template:Flagicon Brands Hatch
(Indy Circuit, Kent)
1 April Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole Template:Flagicon Rob Collard eBay Motors Template:Flagicon Rob Collard
R2 Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan
R3 Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan
2 R4 Template:Flagicon Donington Park
(National Circuit, Leicestershire)
15 April Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson Redstone Racing Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson
R5 Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson
R6 Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Tony Gilham
3 R7 Template:Flagicon Thruxton Circuit
(Hampshire)
29 April Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson Redstone Racing Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson
R8 Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson
R9 Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Frank Wrathall
4 R10 Template:Flagicon Oulton Park
(Island Circuit, Cheshire)
10 June Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan Template:Flagicon Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan
R11 Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan
R12 Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole Template:Flagicon Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole
5 R13 Template:Flagicon Croft Circuit
(North Yorkshire)
24 June Template:Flagicon Matt Neal Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole Template:Flagicon Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Rob Collard
R14 Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Template:Flagicon Rob Austin
R15 Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole
6 R16 Template:Flagicon Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit
(300 Circuit, Norfolk)
12 August Template:Flagicon Frank Wrathall Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing Template:Flagicon Frank Wrathall
R17 Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan
R18 Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham Team ES Racing.com Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham
7 R19 Template:Flagicon Knockhill Racing Circuit
(Fife)
26 August Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole Template:Flagicon Rob Collard eBay Motors Template:Flagicon Rob Collard
R20 Template:Flagicon Rob Collard Template:Flagicon Rob Collard eBay Motors Template:Flagicon Rob Collard
R21 Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham Team ES Racing.com Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham
8 R22 Template:Flagicon Rockingham Motor Speedway
(International Super Sports Car Circuit, Northamptonshire)
23 September Template:Flagicon Jason Plato Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
R23 Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
R24 Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
9 R25 Template:Flagicon Silverstone Circuit
(National Circuit, Northamptonshire)
7 October Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
R26 Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
R27 Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
10 R28 Template:Flagicon Brands Hatch
(Grand Prix Circuit, Kent)
21 October Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
R29 Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon
R30 Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon Template:Flagicon



Championship standingsEdit

The 2012 season introduced a revised championship points system in which the top 15 cars will score championship points.[4]



Points system
 1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th  Fastest lap Lead a lap
20 17 15 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1
  • No driver may collect more than one "Lead a Lap" point per race no matter how many laps they lead.
  • Race 1 polesitter receives 1 point.



Drivers' ChampionshipEdit

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Pos Driver BHI
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SIL
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BHGP
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1 Template:Flagicon Matt Neal 2* 1* 7 3 2 Ret 10 5 2* 1* 5 1* 1* 2* 4 4 4 8 7 8 3 287
2 Template:Flagicon Gordon Shedden 5 Ret DSQ 2 1* 1* 6 1* 1* 4 1* 4 3* 1* 6 7 2 DSQ 3 3 Ret 277
3 Template:Flagicon Jason Plato 4 3* 1* 4 NC 2 3 2 4 NC 3 2 NC 7 1* 1* 3* 3 Ret 11 Ret 251
4 Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan 6 2 2* 6 5 6 Ret 10 5 2 2 Ret 4 4 3 3 1* 5 9 7 4 247
5 Template:Flagicon Rob Collard 1* 6* 6* 10* 8 4 4 7 7 3* 14* 6 2 5 5 Ret NC 9 1* 1* 9 228
6 Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole 3 10 Ret 5 10 9 8 13 10 Ret 9 3* 7 6 2 6 7 2 2* 2 5 209
7 Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson 7 4 Ret 1* 3* DSQ 1* 3* 6 5 Ret 7 8 NC 12 8 6 4 5 Ret 10 187
8 Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham Ret* 9 3 7 4 Ret* 2 6 18 Ret 10 Ret Ret 12 16 DSQ 8 1* 11 10 1* 146
9 Template:Flagicon Jeff Smith 10 7 4 13 6 5 13 11 9 Ret DNS 12 Ret 13 11 10 11 11 14 9 2 121
10 Template:Flagicon Frank Wrathall Ret DNS 13 9 14 7 5 4 3 12 17 9 Ret 8 15 2 5 7 Ret DNS DNS 118
11 Template:Flagicon Nick Foster 9 Ret DNS 11 11 12 14 14 11 9 6 8 18 10 8* 11 13 13 8 5 7 109
12 Template:Flagicon Árón Smith Ret Ret 8 8 9 11 7 8 14 Ret 16 Ret 10 Ret Ret 14 10 6 4 6 8 102
13 Template:Flagicon Lea Wood 11 15 9 Ret 15 10 9 12 8 10 7 5 13 19 Ret 9 9 Ret* Ret 13 13 89
14 Template:Flagicon Rob Austin 8 5 5 Ret DNS DNS Ret 18 13 5 3 7 12 Ret Ret 72
15 Template:Flagicon Tony Gilham 18 13 10 14 7 3 11 9 Ret* Ret 11 10 12 11 Ret 13 Ret Ret 71
16 Template:Flagicon Daniel Welch 17 11 Ret 12 Ret 8 DNS DNS DNS 6 4 Ret Ret 17 10 5 17 12 12 Ret 12 69
17 Template:Flagicon Andy Neate 12 14 14 16 12 Ret 16 16 Ret 7 Ret Ret 6 9 9* 15 12 15 Ret 12 15 57
18 Template:Flagicon Paul O'Neill 17 Ret 13 6 4 6 36
19 Template:Flagicon Ollie Jackson 13 8 Ret NC DNS DNS 12 15 15 11 15 15 11 15 Ret Ret 15 14 33
20 Template:Flagicon Liam Griffin 14 12 11 Ret Ret 14 Ret 17 12 Ret 8 Ret 14 14 Ret 29
21 Template:Flagicon Adam Morgan Ret DNS Ret 15 13 Ret Ret NC Ret Ret Ret Ret 15 20 14 Ret Ret 10 10 Ret 11 24
22 Template:Flagicon Will Bratt 8 Ret 11 9 18 Ret 20
23 Template:Flagicon Chris James 15 Ret 12 17 Ret 13 15 Ret 17 Ret 13 13 16 16 17 Ret Ret Ret 13 Ret 16 18
24 Template:Flagicon Tony Hughes 16 16 15 Ret 16 15 NC 19 16 13 12 14 16 16 16 11
25 Template:Flagicon Robb Holland Ret 14 17 Ret 14 14 6
26 Template:Flagicon John Thorne Ret 17 16 DNS DNS DNS 0
Pos Driver BHI
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DON
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  • Note: bold signifies pole position (1 point given in first race only, and race 2 and 3 poles are based on race results), italics signifies fastest lap (1 point given all races) and * signifies at least one lap in the lead (1 point given all races).



Manufacturers'/Constructors' ChampionshipEdit

Pos Manufacturer/Constructor BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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CRO
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SNE
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KNO
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ROC
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SIL
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BHGP
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Pts
1 Honda / Team Dynamics 2 1 7 2 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 2 8 3 3 3 661
5 Ret DSQ 3 2 Ret 10 5 2 4 5 4 3 2 6 7 4 DSQ 7 8 Ret
2 MG / Triple Eight 4 3 1 4 12 2 3 2 4 7 3 2 6 7 1 1 3 3 Ret 11 15 503
12 14 14 16 NC Ret 16 16 Ret NC Ret Ret NC 9 9 15 12 15 Ret 12 Ret
Pos Manufacturer/Constructor BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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Teams' ChampionshipEdit

Pos Team BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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CRO
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SNE
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KNO
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ROC
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SIL
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BHGP
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Pts
1 Honda Yuasa Racing Team 2 1 7 2 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 2 8 3 3 3 545
5 Ret DSQ 3 2 Ret 10 5 2 4 5 4 3 2 6 7 4 DSQ 7 8 Ret
2 eBay Motors 1 6 6 5 8 4 4 7 7 3 6 3 2 5 2 6 7 2 1 1 5 444
3 10 Ret 10 10 9 8 13 10 9 9 6 7 6 5 11 13 9 2 2 7
3 Pirtek Racing 6 2 2 6 5 5 13 10 5 2 2 12 4 4 3 3 1 5 9 7 2 372
10 7 4 13 6 6 Ret 11 9 Ret DNS Ret Ret 13 11 10 11 11 14 9 4
4 Redstone Racing 7 4 8 1 3 11 1 3 6 5 8 7 8 14 12 8 6 4 4 6 8 317
14 12 11 8 9 14 7 8 12 Ret 16 Ret 10 NC Ret 14 10 6 5 Ret 10
5 MG KX Momentum Racing 4 3 1 4 12 2 3 2 4 7 3 2 6 7 1 1 3 3 Ret 11 15 305
12 14 14 16 NC Ret 16 16 Ret NC Ret Ret NC 9 9 15 12 15 Ret 12 Ret
6 Team ES Racing.com 15 9 3 7 4 13 2 6 17 Ret 10 13 16 12 16 Ret 8 1 11 10 1 171
Ret Ret 12 17 Ret Ret 15 Ret 18 Ret 13 Ret Ret 16 17 DSQ Ret Ret 13 Ret 16
7 Dynojet Ret DNS 13 9 14 7 5 4 3 12 17 9 Ret 8 15 2 5 7 Ret DNS DNS 120
8 Rob Austin Racing 8 5 5 Ret DNS DNS Ret 18 13 8 Ret 11 5 3 7 12 Ret Ret 94
9 18 Ret
9 BINZ Racing 11 15 9 Ret 15 10 9 12 8 10 7 5 13 19 Ret 9 9 Ret Ret 13 13 92
10 Speedworks Motorsport 16 16 15 15 13 15 NC 19 16 13 12 14 15 20 13 16 16 10 6 4 6 85
Ret DNS Ret Ret 16 Ret Ret NC Ret Ret Ret Ret 17 Ret 14 Ret Ret 16 10 Ret 11
11 Team HARD. 18 13 10 14 7 3 11 9 Ret Ret 11 10 12 11 Ret Ret 14 17 Ret 14 14 78
12 Welch Motorsport 17 11 Ret 12 Ret 8 DNS DNS DNS 6 4 Ret Ret 17 10 5 17 12 12 Ret 12 73
13 AmD Tuning.com 13 8 Ret NC DNS DNS 12 15 15 11 15 15 11 15 Ret Ret 15 14 41
14 Thorney Motorsport Ret 17 16 DNS DNS DNS 13 Ret Ret 3
Pos Team BHI
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Independents' TrophyEdit

Pos Driver BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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CRO
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SNE
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KNO
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ROC
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SIL
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BHGP
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1 Template:Flagicon Andrew Jordan 6 2 2 6 5 6 Ret 10 5 2 2 Ret 4 4 3 3 1 5 9 7 4 299
2 Template:Flagicon Rob Collard 1 6 6 10 8 4 4 7 7 3 14 6 2 5 5 Ret NC 9 1 1 9 265
3 Template:Flagicon Tom Onslow-Cole 3 10 Ret 5 10 9 8 13 10 Ret 9 3 7 6 2 6 7 2 2 2 5 250
4 Template:Flagicon Mat Jackson 7 4 Ret 1 3 DSQ 1 3 6 5 Ret 7 8 NC 12 8 6 4 5 Ret 10 233
5 Template:Flagicon Dave Newsham Ret 9 3 7 4 Ret 2 6 18 Ret 10 Ret Ret 12 16 DSQ 8 1 11 10 1 176
6 Template:Flagicon Jeff Smith 10 7 4 13 6 5 13 11 9 Ret DNS 12 Ret 13 11 10 11 11 14 9 2 170
7 Template:Flagicon Frank Wrathall Ret DNS 13 9 14 7 5 4 3 12 17 9 Ret 8 15 2 5 7 Ret DNS DNS 163
8 Template:Flagicon Nick Foster 9 Ret DNS 11 11 12 14 14 11 9 6 8 18 10 8 11 13 13 8 5 7 160
9 Template:Flagicon Lea Wood 11 15 9 Ret 15 10 9 12 8 10 7 5 13 19 Ret 9 9 Ret Ret 13 13 137
10 Template:Flagicon Árón Smith Ret Ret 8 8 9 11 7 8 14 Ret 16 Ret 10 Ret Ret 14 10 6 4 6 8 136
11 Template:Flagicon Tony Gilham 18 13 10 14 7 3 11 9 Ret Ret 11 10 12 11 Ret 13 Ret Ret 108
12 Template:Flagicon Daniel Welch 17 11 Ret 12 Ret 8 DNS DNS DNS 6 4 Ret Ret 17 10 5 17 12 12 Ret 12 105
13 Template:Flagicon Rob Austin 8 5 5 Ret DNS DNS Ret 18 13 5 3 7 12 Ret Ret 102
14 Template:Flagicon Ollie Jackson 13 8 Ret NC DNS DNS 12 15 15 11 15 15 11 15 Ret Ret 15 14 70
15 Template:Flagicon Liam Griffin 14 12 11 Ret Ret 14 Ret 17 12 Ret 8 Ret 14 14 Ret 55
16 Template:Flagicon Chris James 15 Ret 12 17 Ret 13 15 Ret 17 Ret 13 13 16 16 17 Ret Ret Ret 13 Ret 16 54
17 Template:Flagicon Tony Hughes 16 16 15 Ret 16 15 NC 19 16 13 12 14 16 16 16 50
18 Template:Flagicon Paul O'Neill 17 Ret 13 6 4 6 46
19 Template:Flagicon Adam Morgan Ret DNS Ret 15 13 Ret Ret NC Ret Ret Ret Ret 15 20 14 Ret Ret 10 10 Ret 11 42
20 Template:Flagicon Will Bratt 8 Ret 11 9 18 Ret 31
21 Template:Flagicon Robb Holland Ret 14 17 Ret 14 14 17
22 Template:Flagicon John Thorne Ret 17 16 DNS DNS DNS 5
Pos Driver BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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CRO
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SNE
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KNO
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ROC
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Independents Teams' TrophyEdit

Pos Team BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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CRO
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SNE
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KNO
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ROC
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SIL
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BHGP
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Pts
1 eBay Motors 1 6 6 5 8 4 4 7 7 3 6 3 2 5 2 6 7 2 1 1 5 337
2 Pirtek Racing 6 2 2 6 5 5 13 10 5 2 2 12 4 4 3 3 1 5 9 7 2 330
3 Redstone Racing 7 4 8 1 3 11 1 3 6 5 8 7 8 14 12 8 6 4 4 6 8 305
4 Team ES Racing.com 15 9 3 7 4 13 2 6 17 Ret 10 13 16 12 16 Ret 8 1 11 10 1 229
5 Dynojet Ret DNS 13 9 14 7 5 4 3 12 17 9 Ret 8 15 2 5 7 Ret DNS DNS 188
6 Speedworks Motorsport 16 16 15 15 13 15 NC 19 16 13 12 14 15 20 13 16 16 10 6 4 6 174
7 BINZ Racing 11 15 9 Ret 15 10 9 12 8 10 7 5 13 19 Ret 9 9 Ret Ret 13 13 171
8 Team HARD. 18 13 10 14 7 3 11 9 Ret Ret 11 10 12 11 Ret Ret 14 17 Ret 14 14 160
9 Rob Austin Racing 8 5 5 Ret DNS DNS Ret 18 13 8 Ret 11 5 3 7 12 Ret Ret 140
10 Welch Motorsport 17 11 Ret 12 Ret 8 DNS DNS DNS 6 4 Ret Ret 17 10 5 17 12 12 Ret 12 137
11 AmD Tuning.com 13 8 Ret NC DNS DNS 12 15 15 11 15 15 11 15 Ret Ret 15 14 104
12 Thorney Motorsport Ret 17 16 DNS DNS DNS 13 Ret Ret 19
Pos Team BHI
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DON
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THR
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OUL
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CRO
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SIL
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