The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championshipis a touring car racingseries held each year in the United Kingdom, currently organised and administered by TOCA. It was established in as the British Saloon Car Championshipand was renamed as the British Touring Car . The Auto Trader RAC British Touring Car Championship season was the 37th British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season. The title of BTCC champion is awarded to the driver who scores the most points overall in a British Touring Car Championship season. From –present a separate championship was awarded to the winning 'independent' (not officially manufacturer backed) driver, and from the Production class had its own championship for the best 'class B' driver.
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Jack Sears. Jeff Uren. Doc Shepherd. Sir John Whitmore. John Love. Jim Clark. Roy Pierpoint. Weybridge Engineering Company .
John Fitzpatrick. Team Lotus . Frank Gardner. Frank Gardner 2. Alec Poole. Bill McGovern. Bill McGovern 3. Frank Gardner 3. Bernard Unett. Andy Rouse. Chevrolet  Triumph . Bernard Unett 2. Bernard Unett 3. Richard Longman. Richard Longman 2. BL Mini . Win Percy. Win Percy 2. Win Percy 3. Andy Rouse 2.
Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT. Andy Rouse 3. Andy Rouse 4. Chris Hodgetts. Chris Hodgetts 2. Frank Sytner. John Cleland. Robb Gravett. Will Hoy. Tim Harvey. James Kaye. Joachim Winkelhock. Matt Neal. Gabriele Tarquini. James Kaye 2. John Cleland 2. Vauxhall Sport. Matt Neal 2. Frank Biela. Audi Sport UK. Lee Brookes. Alain Menu. Williams Renault Dealer Racing.
Rickard Rydell. Vodafone Nissan Racing. Tommy Rustad. Matt Neal 3. Alain Menu 2. Matt Neal 4. Alan Morrison. Jason Plato. Vauxhall Motorsport. Simon Harrison. James Thompson. Dan Eaves. Synchro Motorsport. Yvan Muller. VX Racing. Rob Collard. Luke Hines. Barwell Motorsport. James Thompson 2. Anthony Reid. Matt Neal 5. Matt Neal 6. Fabrizio Giovanardi. Colin Turkington. Fabrizio Giovanardi 2. Colin Turkington 2. Vauxhall Colin Turkington 3. Jason Plato 2. Tom Chilton. James Nash. Triple 8 Race Engineering.
Gordon Shedden. Andrew Jordan. Andrew Jordan 3. Lea Wood. Colin Turkington 4. Dave Newsham. Gordon Shedden 2. Colin Turkington 5. Josh Cook. Gordon Shedden 3. Motorbase Performance. Tom Ingram. Speedworks Motorsport. Senna Proctor. Tom Ingram 2. Dan Cammish. Rory Butcher. Ashley Sutton 2. Laser Tools Racing. Michael Crees. Vauxhall Astra Sport Hatch. Silverstone hosted the twelfth round of the championship, and there rule changes were exploited by other manufacturers to add aerodynamic aids to their own cars.
This levelled the playing field considerably and allowed Joachim Winkelhock to make a bid for victory, overtaking Tarquini and winning the race. Tarquini would only win one more race that season, but was always in contention: it was not so much a matter of if but when the Italian would become champion.
The main battle going into the final rounds at Donington Park was for second place, and would stand between Alain Menu and Paul Radisich. Radisich won the first race of the day bringing him up to level on points with Menu, but mechanical gremlins put a stop to his challenge in the second race. Menu thus finished second in the championship from Radisich, with John Cleland in fourth and Simoni in fifth.
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Steve Soper. Roberto Ravaglia. Team Mondeo. Paul Radisich. Robb Gravett. Kelvin Burt. Andy Rouse. Vauxhall Sport. Vauxhall Cavalier 16v. John Cleland. Jeff Allam. Toyota Castrol Team. Julian Bailey. Will Hoy. Tim Sugden. Team Mazda. David Leslie. Matt Neal.
Renault Dealer Racing. Alain Menu. Tim Harvey. Peugeot Sport. Eugene O'Brien. Patrick Watts. Volvo Racing. Jan Lammers. Rickard Rydell. Old Spice Nissan Racing.