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John Rhodes

Smokin’ John Rhodes

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Melanie C

What else could top watching your kid brother win his first BTCC race at his home circuit!

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Matt Neal pictured with the 1964 Mk1 Lotus Cortina. Click to view full size

Matt Neal

Silverstone touring car memories from the three times BTCC champion

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Jason Plato

The double BTCC champion on starting out in motorsport, single seaters, touring cars, victories and an all time favourite circuit. Oh & the small matter of doorstepping Sir Frank Williams.....

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Guy Pettit

Silverstone 1995 - BTCC

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Rob Huff

Winning the World Touring Car Championship in 2012 was so special, it was my dream come true.

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John Cleland in action

John Cleland

taking part in, what is said, was the best touring car race ever. It was the race at Donington in 1998 which Mansell drove in. I won that race on that day and I think it was the best race I’d ever been in, in touring cars.

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Gordon Shedden

Looking back on my career to date, my favourite memory has to be of winning the British Touring Car Championship in 2012.

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Sir John Whitmore

Sir John Whitmore

The British Touring Car Champion 1961, gives Steve McQueen a drive.

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Kelvin Fagan

The day Paul O'Neill took his first win in the BTCC I was there,at Oulton Park, and I was fortunate enough to be close to the podium when Paul stepped up to collect his well deserved trophy. The emotion was obvious, which I hope I captured in the couple of photos which I took.

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Paul in his egg:sport days

Paul O'Neill

Paul recounts an emotional first ever British Touring Car Championship victory on his home circuit in front of family, friends and fans at Oulton Park

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