BTCC has always been the pinnacle of British motorsport since it first started out in 1958. Ever since then, when the BTCC is in town crowds flock to the circuits for a non-stop action packed day!
As a result of this popularity, this series has always been hugely popular with manufacturers wanting to show there latest saloon car is the best on the market. Win on a Sunday, sell on a Monday was a huge part of the BTCC, especially in the '90s.
Alas, it isn't just big name manufacturers that have been attracted to the BTCC. There has been many F1, Le Mans and WRC winning drivers who have tried there in the most competitive series in Britain.
The latest set of NGTC regulations has brought British Touring Cars to it's best. Weekend in, weekend out there is a grid of 32 cars all battling for victory. It is not uncommon for the top 30 cars to be covered by less then a second. It is this level of competition that teams, drivers and fans thrive on.
Unprecedented TV and Social media coverage has really launched BTCC into the modern age and has made the fans feel so much more involved. Unlike F1, at a British Touring Car round you can walk around the paddock and meet your favourite drivers for a selfie and autograph!