Jul 03, 2019/ 10:10
Jul 03, 2019/ 10:10
The 2019 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season will started revving up at Autosport International in January, with a host of star drivers and cars set to attend the world’s biggest pre-season motorsport show. 2019 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season kicked off at Autosport International with host of driver announcements, car unveilings and guest appearances on the BTCC Feature presented by Motorsport News
- Reigning BTCC Champion Colin Turkington leading all-star line-up at show alongside Andrew Jordan, Tom Ingram
- Selection of 2019 BTCC cars taking pride on feature
BTCC champions attended over the weekend with reigning champion Colin Turkington performing various duties around the show, including interviews on the Autosport Stage and the BTCC feature presented by Motorsport News, in company with fellow drivers Tom Ingram and Andrew Jordan. The dedicated BTCC feature presented by Motorsport News was the perfect place for fans to get up close to the show’s star drivers and to catch a first glimpse of some of the 2019 models set to contest the upcoming season. Visitors could also hear from the current crop of racers at the show with interviews and signing sessions set to take place at the show.
Matt James, Motorsport News Editor, said: “We cannot wait to get the BTCC season off to a flyer at Autosport International. Visitors to the show can expect to see several the 2019 cars unveiled on the BTCC feature presented by Motorsport News, along with hearing from a host of the drivers on our live interview stage.
“We will have plenty to talk about as we mull over expectations ahead of the upcoming 2019 season. Fans will also be able to get up close and personal with signing sessions scheduled throughout the weekend. Make sure you join the drivers and a host of 2019 metal on the BTCC feature presented by Motorsport News at Autosport International in January.”
Autosport International and Motorsport News is part of Motorsport Network’s UK title, Autosport – one of the world’s leading print and online motorsport publishers.
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