2013 British Touring Car Championship season

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2013 British Touring Car Championship season
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2013 ToCA Support series:
2013 British Formula Ford Championship
2013 Ginetta Junior Championship
2013 Ginetta GT Supercup
2013 Porsche Carrera Cup GB
2013 Renault Clio Cup UK

The 2013 Dunlop[1] MSA British Touring Car Championship was 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 was be the 56th British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season.

This was the third season that cars conforming to the Next Generation Touring Car (NGTC) specification will be allowed to compete and the first season since the end of the phased transition from the Super 2000 specification which saw the organising body, TOCA, maintain a performance equalisation between the two chassis specifications. The season saw teams compete with car chassis built to either NGTC or S2000 specification although the NGTC cars had a significant performance advantage over the S2000 cars by giving NGTC cars a significant increase in the turbo boost pressures which they are allowed to run. Teams can choose to use the NGTC 2.0 litre turbocharged engine, or S2000 2.0 litre Naturally aspirated engine. Teams with S2000 cars were eligible for the newly introduced S2000 trophy named after the winner of the inaugural British Saloon Car Championship in 1958, Jack Sears, known as the Jack Sears Trophy, of which Sears himself awarded to the top S2000 finisher of the year – Lea Wood – at the final round at Brands Hatch based on the amount of S2000 wins (known as 'cups') over the season.[2]

The British Formula Ford Championship returned to the support race timetable in 2013.

Season report[edit]

Round One (Races 1, 2 & 3) – Brands Hatch Indy

Qualifying for the first race of 2013 started in sunny and cold conditions. The low track temperature caused a few early warm up incidents with several cars sliding off the track culminating in a red flag, after two minutes, for a collision between the spun Colin Turkington and Jack Goff. As the session restarted and drivers began to get heat into the tyres, the times started to tumble with Andrew Jordan setting the fastest time which would become the first pole position of the season after deteriorating track conditions due to a snow shower prevented drivers from improving their times.[3]

The opening race of the season saw a race long battle between Jason Plato and Andrew Jordan which culminated in Jordan making a last lap dive up the inside of Plato on the final corner. Both Plato and Jordan went of into the gravel, however both drivers were able to recover with Plato winning from Jordan and the fast starting Rob Austin rounding off the podium. Elsewhere the championship campaign got off to a bad start for the Honda pair, after both Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden had to make unscheduled pit stops, finishing out of the points. Race two was also won by Jason Plato, with Andrew Jordan repeating his race 1 second place and Jordan's Pirtek Racing teammate Jeff Smith rounding off the podium. Shedden had originally finished the race third, however post race scrutineers found that he was running below the minimum ride height.[4] Race three began with a big crash for Rob Austin on lap two after Dave Newsham spun coming down Paddock Hill Bend, tagging the back of Austin's Audi and sending him spinning into the barrier. After a safety car period, Matt Neal took the lead and went on to win the race from his teammate Shedden who had to race through from the back of the grid.[5]

In the Jack Sears Trophy, Liam Griffin took two wins with James Kaye taking the other.[6]

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

Qualifying was between two drivers, Gordon Shedden and Frank Wrathall with both drivers swapping fastest lap times in the last minutes of the session. Shedden though was able to beat Wrathall's fastest time as the session came to a close to claim his first pole position since Oulton Park in 2011.[7]

The day's first race was a lights to flag victory for Shedden who was pushed all the way however by Andrew Jordan who finished second. Third was Matt Neal, making it a Honda Civic lock-out of the podium. Race two of the day had two very special milestones for two drivers. Jason Plato celebrated his 400th race in the BTCC,[8] whilst Matt Neal celebrated his 500th race.[9] Both Plato and Neal ran the numbers 400 and 500 respectively in this race, which was won by Andrew Jordan, from Plato and Shedden. The reverse grid of race three allowed front row starter Colin Turkington take his first win since Snetterton in 2009 and the maiden win for the new eBay Motors BMW 125i. Shedden and Neal finished second and third respectively whilst Plato struggled with the softer tyre, finishing down in eighth.[10]

In the Jack Sears Trophy, James Kaye took his second cup of the season, whilst Joe Girling and Lea Wood both took their first cup.[11]

Round Three (Races 7, 8 & 9) – Thruxton

Andrew Jordan secured his second pole position of the year at the track where he also claimed pole 12 months ago, whilst Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal made it a Honda lock-out of the first three grid slots.[12]

Race seven of the season took place in hot and sunny conditions. There was an opening lap mishap for Shedden, when he made contact with Jason Plato at the complex, sending him slamming into the barrier. Despite this, Shedden was able to continue and finished the race at the back of the field. Pole sitter Andrew Jordan lead from the start and looked good for the win. However with half a lap to go, his front left tyre suffered a puncture sending him off into the grass and having to limp home to finish 11th. This promoted Matt Neal to the lead and gave him his second win of the season. Plato finished second with a hard charging Tom Onslow-Cole finishing third in his Volkswagen CC. Race two was also won by Matt Neal after leading from the start. Onslow-Cole improved to second place, achieving PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing's best result to date. Shedden and Jordan both recovered from starting down the field to finish third and fourth respectively with Plato in fifth. The final race of the day had more tyre troubles for the race leader. With two laps to go, Jason Plato's MG6 GT suffered a puncture which would see him drop to the back of the field. This allowed Shedden to take his first win of the day ahead of Matt Neal and Andrew Jordan. This meant that Matt Neal left Thruxton the championship leader, with Andrew Jordan and Jason Plato in second and third ahead of defending champion Gordan Shedden in fourth.[13]

In the Jack Sears Trophy, Lea Wood took two class wins to add to his Donnington win with Liam Griffin taking a class win, extending his tally to three cups.

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

In the buildup to round four, AmD Tuning.com announced that Aaron Mason would make his BTCC debut, replacing James Kaye who had a business commitment.[14] Qualifying for race ten of the season saw the MG KX Momentum Racing team secure a front row lock-out with team leader Jason Plato starting on pole from rookie teammate Sam Tordoff.[15]

After such a strong qualifying, in came as no surprise that the MG pair we able to convert their front row lock-out into a one-two lights to flag victory for Plato, with Tordoff second in race ten. During the second race of the day, Plato was able to once again win with another lights to flag run, this time ahead of Gordon Shedden and Colin Turkington respectively. However, Tordoff was unable to replicate his first race form. After choosing the soft tyre, he quickly lost grip and stated dropping down the order to finish outside the points, after contact with Mat Jackson. The final race of the day saw action from the very start. The first half of the race saw a fight for the lead between Rob Austin and Jeff Smith, with Austin taking an early lead until lap 8 when Smith passed him after some contact. However, problems for the title contenders began on lap 4 with Plato retiring in the pits with an engine fire and a lap later, Shedden's hopes of a strong finish were dashed after his Honda Yuasa Racing Team Civic suffered a puncture. Smith looked like he could take his first win until on lap 12, he lost it under braking at Knickerbrook, spinning the car round. This allowed his Pirtek Racing teammate, Andrew Jordan, to take his second win of the season, narrowly beating home eBay Motors Colin Turkington.

In the Jack Sears Trophy, Lea Wood took another two class wins with Liam Griffin again taking a class win, extending his tally to four cups, one behind leader Wood on five.

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

In the buildup to Croft, Addison Lee Racing announced two driver changes. Jake Hill replaced Liam Griffin for this round, who had business commitments,[16] and he was joined by Michael Caine in a brand new NGTC Ford Focus. Colin Turkington took his first pole position since his last back in 2009 at the same venue and the first pole for the new BMW 125i M Sport. He narrowly beat Jason Plato in a red flag affected session caused by the returning Joe Girling, who crashed at the chicane.[17]

The first race of the day saw Turkington convert his pole into a dominant lights to flag victory ahead of the Honda pairing of Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden respectively. Rain fell during the buildup to the day's second race, leading to a mix of tyre strategies on the grid. At the start, the MG KX Momentum Racing, running on wet tyres, took a large lead from the slick shod cars around them. However, it soon became apparent that the track wasn't getting wetter, but was starting to dry and as the cars running slicks gained heat and confidence in the tyres, they soon caught and passed Plato and Sam Tordoff who slowly dropped down to finish outside the points. At the front, it was Turkington who once again mastered the tricky conditions to win the race from Shedden in second and Tom Onslow-Cole in an impressive third for PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing. The weather would again affect the final race of the day. However this time, there was no doubt which tyres you needed to be on, after heavy rain began to fall. Matt Neal won the race after taking the lead from Nick Foster on lap three, however it wasn't plain sailing. On the final lap, Neal ran wide at two corners, allowing the hat-trick searching Colin Turkington to close right up onto the back bumper of Neal's Honda Civic leaving Neal a winning margin of only 0.6 seconds over Turkington. Andrew Jordan rounded out the podium in third with Shedden a distant fourth. Plato and Tordoff recovered from the poor tyre choice in race two to finish sixth and seventh respectively.[18]

In the Jack Sears Trophy, debutant Jake Hill scored a class win in his maiden outing. David Nye's hard work this year was rewarded by a win in race two and Lea Wood extended his cup lead with victory in the final race of the day.[19]

Round Six (Races 16, 17 & 18) – Snetterton

During the summer break, there were several team changes announced for Snetterton. James Kaye and Warren Scott remained with their respective teams, but changed cars. Kaye swapped his Volkswagen Golf for a Super 2000 Honda Civic.[20] Scott, traded in his S2000 SEAT León for a Next Generation Touring Car Volkswagen CC.[21] Andy Neate finally made his season debut with his home run NGTC Chevrolet Cruze.[22] after several aborted debuts during the season.[23][24] American Robb Holland also returned, at the circuit he made his BTCC debut in 2012, with RCIB Insurance Racing.[25]

Sam Tordoff took his first pole position in the British Touring Car Championship with Jason Plato second making it a MG KX Momentum Racing front–row lock-out.[26]

Tordoff converted his first pole position into his first race victory in the first race of the day, leading home team–mate Plato. Andrew Jordan took a controversial win in race two when he made contact with then race leader Colin Turkington to take the lead. Matt Neal finished second behind his nearest championship rival while Aron Smith claimed the first podium of the season for Airwaves Racing. Plato had led early on before he retired with fuel pump problems.[27] Gordon Shedden won race three in equally controversial circumstances, Turkington had again found himself leading the race when he was tapped into a spin by Shedden. Plato had a dramatic end to his weekend when he spun off on the approach to Hamilton, clipping the barrier and barrel rolling his MG. Jordan and Shedden later had points added to their licences for their moves on Turkington.[28]

In the Jack Sears Trophy, Lea Wood claimed victory in all three races to extend his lead in the trophy standings.

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

RCIB Insurance Racing brought in Scottish Legends racer Kieran Gallagher to replace Jack Goff who was missing the Knockhill round for financial reason.[29] Paul O'Neill made his return to the championship in the car raced by Robb Holland at Snetterton.[30] Renault Clio Cup United Kingdom driver Mike Bushell made his championship with Team Club 44, replace team owner Andy Neate.[31] Finesse Motorsport entered the championship with a Super 2000 Chevrolet Cruze LT for series newcomer Aiden Moffat who at 16 years, 10 months and 28 days would become the youngest starter in the British Touring Car Championship, beating the record set by Tom Chilton in 2002.[32]

Rob Austin claimed his first British Touring Car Championship pole position, edging out eBay Motors' Colin Turkington. Andrew Jordan qualified third but took a six–place grid penalty for accumulating three reprimands during the season.[33]

Colin Turkington took victory in race one having passed Austin, who went on to finish third behind local hero Gordon Shedden, on the opening lap. Turkington took victory again in race two with Austin second ahead of Shedden. Jordan won from pole in race three to beat his championship rival Matt Neal who was second. Neal's teammate Shedden retired from the race when he was running fifth when his car caught fire due to an engine failure. Turkington was later excluded from race three when his car was found to have exceeded the maximum boost allowance.

In the Jack Sears Trophy, Liam Griffin took class wins in the first two races, he retired from the third race allowing Lea Wood to add to his tally of cups.[34]

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

On the championship's return to England, Jack Goff returned to RCIB Insurance Racing with Howard Fuller returning to the team at the track where he made his championship debut in 2012.[35] Tom Onslow-Cole left Team HARD. to join Airwaves Racing,[36] his seat in the Volkswagen CC was taken by VW Cup racer Andy Wilmot.[37]

Jason Plato led an MG KX Momentum Racing 1–2 in qualifying with Knockhill pole–sitter Rob Austin in third.[38]

Plato had a slow start away from pole and Andrew Jordan made a good start from fourth to jump up into the lead at the first hairpin. Jeff Smith went off the track further around the opening lap while up ahead there was a collision when Will Bratt spun and collected Adam Morgan, there was then a separate collision between Daniel Welch, Tom Onslow-Cole and Andy Neate which saw Howard Fuller go off the track to avoid the stranded cars. When the race resumed after the safety car period on lap 7, Matt Neal spun on the restart to drop towards the back of the field and climbed back up to 14th but lost the championship lead to race winner Jordan. In race two Austin jumped ahead of Jordan and Mat Jackson at the start and led every lap to claim his first race win in the British Touring Car Championship. Jordan was struggling with the extra weight in the car following his race one victory, he dropped down the order and was running behind championship rival Neal until both Rob Collard and Neal went off at the first hairpin. Neal retired from the race and the title advantage returned to Jordan and Shedden who was running second. Jordan was drawn on pole position for the final race of the day, he held the lead at the start of the race as Turkington moved up into 7th place. The first lap saw Jack Goff slide and take out Collard while trying to avoid an also sliding Jeff Smith, bringing out the safety car. After the safety car restart Jordan held on to win the race, Neal climbed from the back of the grid to finish 7th.

In the Jack Sears Trophy, Lea Wood deprived David Nye of victory in race one on the final lap after starting from the pit lane. Wood claimed victory again in race two and race three to secure the Jack Sears Trophy for 2013.[39]

Round Nine (Races 25, 26 & 27) – Silverstone

Aiden Moffat returned to the championship having missed the previous round, he joined PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing to drive their Volkswagen CC for the final two rounds of the season.[40]

As was the case at Rockingham, qualifying saw Jason Plato lead an MG KX Momentum Racing 1–2 on the grid for race one.[41]

The MG drivers converted their front row lock-out into first and second in the race, Plato leading home Sam Tordoff. The race was interrupted by a safety car period early on after a collision at the end of the first lap between Andy Neate, Nick Foster and Will Bratt. Race two saw Plato claim his 80th BTCC victory in another safety car interrupted race, championship leader Andrew Jordan on soft tyres finished a close 2nd after starting 6th. Jordan briefly held the lead before Plato fought back and retook the place, Aron Smith meanwhile closed in on both of them to finish third. Matt Neal was on pole for race three but he was quickly passed by Colin Turkington who started second. Turkington led until the race restarted after a one–lap safety car period to recover debris on the circuit when Gordon Shedden and Aron Smith got past. Turkington's race ended on lap 21 when he spun at Copse and broke the rear suspension on his BMW. Shedden claimed victory to ensure he stayed in contention to retain his title.

In the Jack Sears Trophy, provisional champion Lea Wood claimed victory in all three races; he was the only entrant in race three when Liam Griffin was unable to start.[42]

Teams and drivers[edit]

The entry list for the season was released on 21 March 2013.[43]

Team Car (Engine) Chassis
Specification
No. Drivers Class Rounds
Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic (Neil Brown) NGTC 1 Scotland Gordon Shedden C All
2 England Matt Neal C All
eBay Motors BMW 125i M Sport (Neil Brown) NGTC 5 England Rob Collard I All
18 England Nick Foster I All
29 Northern Ireland Colin Turkington I All
Airwaves Racing Ford Focus ST Mk.III (Mountune) NGTC 6 England Tom Onslow-Cole[36] I 8–10
7 England Mat Jackson I All
8 Republic of Ireland Árón Smith I All
Addison Lee Racing 4 England Michael Caine I 5
Ford Focus ST Mk.II (Mountune) S2000 9 England Jake Hill[16] I 5
66 England Liam Griffin[44] I 1–4, 6–10
PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing Volkswagen CC (Swindon/TOCA) NGTC 6 England Tom Onslow-Cole I 1–7
16 Scotland Aiden Moffat[40] I 9–10
21 England Andy Wilmot[37] I 8
RCIB Insurance Racing Vauxhall Insignia (Swindon/TOCA) 20 England James Cole I 1–5
22 England Howard Fuller[35] I 8–9
23 Scotland Kieran Gallagher[45] I 7
31 England Jack Goff I 1–6, 8–10
35 United States Robb Holland I 6
47 England Tom Barley I 10
58 England Paul O'Neill[46] I 7
Exocet Racing Audi A4 (Swindon/TOCA[N 1]) NGTC 9 England Jake Hill I 10
WIX Racing 13 England Rob Austin I All
Rob Austin Racing 14 England Will Bratt I 1–9
Welch Motorsport with Sopp + Sopp Proton Persona (Swindon/TOCA) NGTC 10 England Daniel Welch I All
Ford Focus ST Mk.II (Mountune) S2000 12 England David Nye I 1–8
Dynojet[47] Toyota Avensis (C-Tech) NGTC 11 England Frank Wrathall[47] I All
AmD Tuning.com Honda Civic (Neil Brown)[20] S2000 15 England James Kaye I 6
Volkswagen Golf (Lehmann) 1–3, 5
40 England Shaun Hollamby I 10
51 England Aaron Mason[14] I 4
Finesse Motorsport Chevrolet Cruze LT (Swindon/TOCA) S2000 16 Scotland Aiden Moffat[48] I 7
Speedworks Motorsport Toyota Avensis (Swindon/TOCA) NGTC 17 Scotland Dave Newsham I All
48 England Ollie Jackson I All
Ciceley Racing Toyota Avensis (Swindon/TOCA) NGTC 33 England Adam Morgan I All
Team BMR Restart SEAT León (Swindon/TOCA) S2000 39 England Warren Scott[49] I 1–5
Volkswagen CC (Swindon/TOCA)[21] NGTC 6–10
Wheel Heaven/Houseman Racing Vauxhall Vectra (Swindon/TOCA) S2000 43 England Lea Wood I All
Team Club 44 Chevrolet Cruze (RML) NGTC 44 England Andy Neate I 6, 8–9
45 England Mike Bushell[31] I 7
Pirtek Racing Honda Civic (Neil Brown) NGTC 55 England Jeff Smith I 1–6, 8–9
77 England Andrew Jordan I All
MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 GT (Swindon/TOCA) NGTC 88 England Sam Tordoff C All
99 England Jason Plato C All
M247 Racing Chevrolet Cruze LT (Swindon/TOCA) S2000 90 England Joe Girling I 1–3, 5
Icon Class
C Constructor
I Independent
Icon Specification
NGTC Next Generation Touring Car
S2000 Super 2000

Driver changes[edit]

Colin Turkington, seen here in 2011, returned to the BTCC for the first time since winning the 2009 Drivers' Championship.
Changed teams
Entering/re-entering BTCC
Leaving BTCC

Team changes[edit]

Circuits for the 2013 season
  • BTC Racing were supposed to return to the BTCC for the first time since 2008 with a single NGTC Chevrolet Cruze, originally constructed for use in the 2012 season with RML before Chevrolet pulled their manufacturer support but acquired by BTC Racing in October 2012.[54] The team ultimately did not make an appearance during the 2013 season.
  • Team HARD. expanded to a four-car team in 2013 having acquired two NGTC Vauxhall Insignia VXR-R cars from Thorney Motorsport[62] and entering two NGTC spec Volkswagen CCs, with the ambition to run two more by the end of the season, but these did not appear.[63] with the Volkswagens competing under the PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing label, while the Vauxhalls competed under the RCIB Insurance Racing banner.[64] The team sold their S2000 Honda Civic after deciding that it would be too difficult for the team to run a car in the Jack Sears Trophy alongside their NGTC cars.[65]
  • In January 2013, AmDTuning.com announced that they were building a NGTC-spec Vauxhall Astra that will debut mid-season, running alongside the Volkswagen Golf that the team have been running since 2010.[66] Also in addition to these cars the team intended to run a Super 2000 Ford Focus, but AMD had only been able to secure one entry for their S2000 Volkswagen Golf Mk5 for James Kaye.[43] Later in the season the team bought a Team Dynamics-prepared S2000 Honda Civic for Kaye, which was used at Snetterton.
  • Motorbase Performance announced they were selling their three Super 2000 cars to build two more NGTC Fords for a two car team in 2013, following the successful introduction of a NGTC Ford Focus ST at Snetterton for Mat Jackson in 2012.[67] On 6 March the team announced that they were going to receive title sponsorship from Airwaves, and on 8 March Motorbase Performance further announced that they would run a secondary team without title sponsorship from Airwaves for a Super 2000 Ford Focus for Liam Griffin and another NGTC Focus.[68]
  • Tech-Speed Motorsport returned to the BTCC, having missed the 2012 season, running a single S2000 Chevrolet Cruze chassis powered by an NGTC engine. The team had hoped to run at Silverstone and Brands Hatch toward the end of 2012, but did not feature. The car was driven by former Dunlop Production Touring Car Championship driver Joe Girling.[55] The team will run under the M247 Racing banner, after receiving title sponsorship from the internet provider M247. The team withdrew from the series after Croft and the car was raced by Aiden Moffat for the team's initial partner, Finesse Motorsport.
  • West Surrey Racing switched to 3 NGTC specification BMW 125i cars to replace their S2000 BMW 320sis that they ran since 2007.[69]
  • Team BMR Restart ran a SEAT León for Warren Scott in the Jack Sears Trophy, in the opening portion of the season. Scott raced a Team HARD.-prepared NGTC Volkswagen CC from Snetterton onwards.
  • Welch Motorsport expanded to a two car team, which ran the NGTC Proton Persona for Daniel Welch and a Super 2000 Ford Focus for David Nye in the Jack Sears Trophy.
  • Andy Neate campaigned in an NGTC Chevrolet Cruze under the Team Club 44 banner from Snetterton onwards after losing his seat at MG.

Race calendar and results[edit]

The provisional calendar was announced by the championship organisers on 29 August 2012, with no major changes from 2012.[70]

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Winning independent Winning S2000
1 R1 England Brands Hatch
(Indy Circuit, Kent)
31 March England Andrew Jordan England Rob Austin England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing England Andrew Jordan England James Kaye
R2 England Jason Plato England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing England Andrew Jordan England Liam Griffin
R3 England Sam Tordoff England Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Adam Morgan England Liam Griffin
2 R4 England Donington Park
(National Circuit, Leicestershire)
21 April Scotland Gordon Shedden England Adam Morgan Scotland Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Andrew Jordan England James Kaye
R5 England Jeff Smith
England Matt Neal
England Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
R6 England Andrew Jordan Northern Ireland Colin Turkington eBay Motors Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Joe Girling
3 R7 England Thruxton
(Hampshire)
5 May England Andrew Jordan England Andrew Jordan England Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Tom Onslow-Cole England Liam Griffin
R8 England Andrew Jordan England Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Tom Onslow-Cole England Lea Wood
R9 Scotland Gordon Shedden Scotland Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
4 R10 England Oulton Park
(Island Circuit, Cheshire)
9 June England Jason Plato England Jason Plato England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
R11 England Jason Plato England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Lea Wood
R12 Scotland Gordon Shedden England Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing England Andrew Jordan England Liam Griffin
5 R13 England Croft
(North Yorkshire)
23 June Northern Ireland Colin Turkington Northern Ireland Colin Turkington Northern Ireland Colin Turkington eBay Motors Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Jake Hill
R14 Scotland Gordon Shedden Northern Ireland Colin Turkington eBay Motors Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England David Nye
R15 England Sam Tordoff England Matt Neal Honda Yuasa Racing Team Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Lea Wood
6 R16 England Snetterton
(300 Circuit, Norfolk)
4 August England Sam Tordoff England Sam Tordoff England Sam Tordoff MG KX Momentum Racing Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Lea Wood
R17 England Andrew Jordan England Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
R18 Scotland Gordon Shedden Scotland Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Mat Jackson England Lea Wood
7 R19 Scotland Knockhill
(Fife)
25 August England Rob Austin Northern Ireland Colin Turkington Northern Ireland Colin Turkington eBay Motors Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Liam Griffin
R20 Northern Ireland Colin Turkington Northern Ireland Colin Turkington eBay Motors Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Liam Griffin
R21 England Andrew Jordan England Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
8 R22 England Rockingham
(International Super Sports Car Circuit),
Northamptonshire)
15 September England Jason Plato England Rob Austin England Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
R23 Scotland Gordon Shedden England Rob Austin WIX Racing England Rob Austin England Lea Wood
R24 England Andrew Jordan England Andrew Jordan Pirtek Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
9 R25 England Silverstone
(National Circuit, Northamptonshire)
29 September England Jason Plato England Jason Plato England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing Northern Ireland Colin Turkington England Lea Wood
R26 England Andrew Jordan England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing England Andrew Jordan England Lea Wood
R27 England Adam Morgan Scotland Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team Republic of Ireland Árón Smith England Lea Wood
10 R28 England Brands Hatch
(Grand Prix Circuit, Kent)
13 October England Jason Plato England Jason Plato England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing England Tom Onslow-Cole England Shaun Hollamby
R29 England Jason Plato England Jason Plato MG KX Momentum Racing England Mat Jackson England Lea Wood
R30 England Andrew Jordan Scotland Gordon Shedden Honda Yuasa Racing Team England Jack Goff England Lea Wood

Regulation changes[edit]

  • Unlike 2012, S2000 and NGTC cars will no longer have performance parity.[71]
  • The amount of change (i.e. increase/decrease) in the turbo boost pressure adjustment will be reduced from the current level.[71]
  • Adjustments will be applied to either individual drivers or teams – yet to be determined – but not per car type/chassis as in 2012.[71]
  • The frequency in which the adjustments are calculated is also to be finalised – currently it is a "rolling two-event" average.[71]
  • In all events except Thruxton, drivers will be required to use a new softer compound of Dunlop tyre in one of the three races of the day which will offer "superior performance to the standard compound tyre." However, they must nominate which race they will use them in prior to qualifying. They will have distinctive markings so that rivals, spectators and TV audiences can see who's using them,[72] similar to the marking used by Pirelli in Formula One.[citation needed]
  • Cars must now have a matching set of tyres. They are no longer permitted to have a mix of wet and slick tyres.[72]
  • In addition to the fines and licence points system in 2012, from 2013 if a driver receives three warnings; verbal or otherwise, they will be relegated six places on the grid on the third penalty.[73]

Championship standings[edit]

The 2012 season introduced a revised championship points system in which the top 15 cars will score championship points, this will continue in the 2013 season.

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' Championship[edit]

(key)

Pos Driver BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pts
1 England Andrew Jordan 2 2 6 2 1* 13 11* 4 3 4 5 1* 6 5 3 5 1* 7 8 6 1* 1* 8 1* 6 2* 5 5 Ret 9 397
2 Scotland Gordon Shedden 19 DSQ 2 1* 3* 2 25 3 1* 3 2 17 3 2 4 3 7 1* 2 3 Ret 4 2 5 11 7 1* 2 7 1* 390
3 England Jason Plato 1* 1* 5 4 2 8 2 5 22* 1* 1* Ret 5 20* 6 2 Ret* Ret 4 7 5 5 6 3 1* 1* 7 1* 1* 10 380
4 England Matt Neal 21 4 1* 3 4 3 1* 1* 2 6 4 4 2 4 1* 9 2 8 7 5 2 14 Ret 7 3 6 3 6 Ret 14 356
5 Northern Ireland Colin Turkington 8 8 9 8 9 1* 6 11 10 5 3 2 1* 1* 2 4 6* 6* 1* 1* DSQ 6 3 2 4 5 Ret* Ret 12 4 347
6 England Sam Tordoff 4 5 3 6 6 4 4 7 8 2 21 7 7 21 7 1* 18 5 9 8 Ret 16 5 6 2 4 14 3 2 12 286
7 England Adam Morgan 7 6 4 5 5 5 10 8 12* 9 7 3 11 8 Ret 7 5 4 5 Ret 9 Ret 11 11 7 Ret 8 8 8 7 233
8 England Mat Jackson 20 7 10* 12 13 9 7 15 7 7 20 19 Ret Ret 13 8 4 2 12 9 7 2 4 4 9 10 4 9 3 3 225
9 Republic of Ireland Árón Smith 9 Ret 11 11 8 7 9 10 5 Ret 14 10 14 12 9 6 3 3 10 Ret 15 13 15 14 8 3 2 10 5 5 201
10 Scotland Dave Newsham Ret 9 Ret 9 7 Ret 8 12 9 8 6 14 Ret 9 5 18 8 Ret 11 10 Ret 8 7 8 10 8 6 11 4 6 176
11 England Rob Austin 3* Ret Ret 14 Ret DNS 19 18 Ret 13 8 5* 13 14 11 15 14 12 3* 2 4 3 1* 9 12 Ret 17 Ret Ret 18 154
12 England Tom Onslow-Cole 14 Ret 16 13 10 6 3 2 4 15 11 Ret 10 3 12 12 9 17 13 13 Ret Ret 9 12 15 Ret 13 4 9 13 152
13 England Rob Collard Ret Ret Ret 15 12 12 13 13 15 10 NC 11 9 6 14 10 Ret 9 6 4 3 7 Ret Ret 5 Ret 12 7 14 8 140
14 England Jeff Smith 5 3 7 10 11 10 5 6 6* 11 10 18* 12 10 10 13 Ret 19 12 10 10 18 DNS DNS 132
15 England Nick Foster NC 10 13 17 16 15 24 16 13 12 15 8 4 7 8* 14 12 10 16 14 8 11 12 13 Ret 13 11 Ret 18 16 98
16 England Frank Wrathall 6 Ret 8 7 Ret Ret 15 19 Ret 23 12 9 20 13 Ret Ret 10 11 14 12 Ret 10 13 Ret 14 Ret DNS Ret 10 21 76
17 England Jack Goff 13 Ret NC 18 14 16 12 9 Ret 16 Ret 12 16 NC Ret 11 DNS Ret 9 14 Ret Ret 15 9 12 6 2 73
18 England Daniel Welch 11 14 12 NC 15 11 14 Ret 11 14 9 Ret 17 11 Ret 17 Ret 20 Ret 11 6 Ret DNS DNS 13 9 10 13 NC 19 72
19 England Will Bratt 12 Ret 14 25 19 14 18 22 17 17 13 6 15 18 Ret NC 16 Ret 20 Ret 10 Ret DNS Ret 22 12 Ret 32
20 England Ollie Jackson 10 Ret DNS 16 NC Ret 16 17 Ret 24 16 15 Ret DNS Ret 16 11 13 15 15 11 15 16 15 19 Ret Ret Ret 13 11 32
21 England James Cole Ret 13 Ret 22 18 17 17 14 14 18 17 13 19 Ret 15 11
22 England Michael Caine 8 Ret DNS 8
23 England Jake Hill 18 17 Ret 14 11 15 8
24 England Lea Wood 16 Ret DSQ 24 17 Ret 21 20 16 19 18 Ret 22 16 16 19 13 15 19 19 12 20 19 16 20 16 20 18 16 22 8
25 England Liam Griffin 18 11 15 20 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret 20 19 16 Ret Ret Ret 17 18 Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS 19 Ret Ret 6
26 England Howard Fuller 17 17 Ret 17 11 15 6
27 England James Kaye 15 12 DNS 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 Ret 19 Ret Ret 19 DNS 5
28 Scotland Kieran Gallagher 22 20 13 3
29 England David Nye 18 Ret 17 23 Ret DNS 22 21 18 22 22 NC 21 15 Ret 20 Ret 18 Ret 21 14 21 21 19 3
30 Scotland Aiden Moffat 21 Ret DNS 21 14 19 17 15 17 3
31 United States Robb Holland 21 15 14 3
32 England Warren Scott 22 15 Ret 26 Ret 19 Ret Ret 21 Ret DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS 16 Ret 19 18 17 16 Ret 16 Ret Ret Ret 1
33 England Shaun Hollamby 15 17 23 1
34 England Andy Neate 22 17 16 Ret DNS DNS Ret 17 18 0
35 England Tom Barley 16 Ret 20 0
36 England Mike Bushell 18 17 Ret 0
35 England Joe Girling DNS DNS 18 21 Ret 18 23 Ret 20 DNS DNS DNS 0
36 England Andy Wilmot 18 20 18 0
37 England Aaron Mason 21 Ret DNS 0
England Paul O'Neill Ret DNS Ret 0
Pos Driver BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pts
  • 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' Championship[edit]

Pos Manufacturer/Constructor BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pen. Pts
1 Honda / Team Dynamics 19 4 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 3 2 4 2 2 1 3 2 1 2 3 2 4 2 5 3 6 1  –10 861
21 DSQ 2 3 4 3 25 3 2 6 4 17 3 4 4 9 7 8 7 5 Ret 14 Ret 7 11 7 3
2 MG / Triple-eight 1 1 3 4 2 4 2 5 8 1 1 7 5 20 6 1 18 5 4 7 5 5 5 3 1 1 7 791
4 5 5 6 6 8 4 7 22 2 21 Ret 7 21 7 2 Ret Ret 9 8 Ret 16 6 6 2 4 14
Pos Manufacturer/Constructor BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pen. Pts

Teams' Championship[edit]

Pos Team BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pen. Pts
1 Honda Yuasa Racing Team 21 4 1 3 4 3 1 1 2 3 2 4 2 2 1 3 2 1 2 3 2 4 2 5 3 6 1  –10 662
19 DSQ 2 1 3 2 25 3 1 6 4 17 3 4 4 9 7 8 7 5 Ret 14 Ret 7 11 7 3
2 MG KX Momentum Racing 1 1 5 4 2 8 2 5 22 1 1 7 5 20 6 1 18 5 4 7 5 5 5 3 1 1 7 560
4 5 3 6 6 4 4 7 8 2 21 Ret 7 21 7 2 Ret Ret 9 8 Ret 16 6 6 2 4 14
3 Pirtek Racing 2 2 6 2 1 13 11 4 3 4 5 1 6 5 3 5 1 7 8 6 1 1 8 1 6 2 5 493
5 3 7 10 11 10 5 6 6 11 10 18 12 10 10 13 Ret 19 12 10 10 18 DNS DNS
4 eBay Motors 8 8 9 8 9 1 6 11 10 5 3 2 1 1 2 4 6 6 1 1 3 6 3 2 4 5 11 493
NC 10 13 15 12 12 13 13 13 10 15 8 4 6 8 10 12 9 9 6 8 7 12 13 5 13 12
5 Airwaves Racing 9 Ret 11 11 8 7 9 10 5 7 14 10 14 12 9 6 3 2 10 9 7 2 4 4 8 3 2 370
20 7 10 12 13 9 7 15 7 Ret 20 19 Ret Ret 13 8 4 3 12 Ret 15 13 9 12 9 10 4
6 Ciceley Racing 7 6 4 5 5 5 10 8 12 9 7 3 11 8 Ret 7 5 4 5 Ret 9 Ret 11 11 7 Ret 8 207
7 Speedworks Motorsport Ret 9 Ret 9 7 Ret 8 12 9 8 6 14 Ret 9 5 16 8 13 11 10 11 8 7 8 10 8 6 181
10 Ret DNS 16 NC Ret 16 17 Ret 24 16 15 Ret DNS Ret 18 11 Ret 15 15 Ret 15 16 15 19 Ret Ret
8 WIX Racing 3 Ret Ret 14 Ret DNS 19 18 Ret 13 8 5 13 14 11 15 14 12 3 2 4 3 1 9 12 Ret 17  –10 150
9 PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing 14 Ret 16 13 10 6 3 2 4 15 11 Ret 10 3 12 12 9 17 13 13 Ret 18 20 18 21 14 19 118
10 Welch Motorsport with Sopp + Sopp 11 14 12 NC 15 11 14 Ret 11 14 9 NC 17 11 Ret 17 Ret 18 Ret 11 6 21 21 19 13 9 10 75
18 Ret 17 23 Ret DNS 22 21 18 22 22 Ret 21 15 Ret 20 Ret 20 Ret 21 14 Ret DNS DNS
11 RCIB Insurance Racing 13 Ret NC 18 14 16 12 9 Ret 16 17 12 16 NC 15 11 15 14 22 20 13 9 14 Ret 17 11 9 73
Ret 13 Ret 22 18 17 17 14 14 18 Ret 13 19 Ret Ret 21 DNS Ret Ret DNS Ret 17 17 Ret Ret 15 15
12 Dynojet 6 Ret 8 7 Ret Ret 15 19 Ret 23 12 9 20 13 Ret Ret 10 11 14 12 Ret 10 13 Ret 14 Ret DNS 72
13 Rob Austin Racing 12 Ret 14 25 19 14 18 22 17 17 13 6 15 18 Ret NC 16 Ret 20 Ret 10 Ret DNS Ret 22 12 Ret 25
14 Addison Lee Motorbase 18 11 15 20 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret 20 19 16 8 17 Ret Ret Ret Ret 17 18 Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS 15
18 Ret DNS
15 Wheel Heaven/Houseman Racing 16 Ret DSQ 24 17 Ret 21 20 16 19 18 Ret 22 16 16 19 13 15 19 19 12 20 19 16 20 16 20 13
16 Team BMR Restart 22 15 Ret 26 Ret 19 Ret Ret 21 Ret DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS 16 Ret 19 18 17 16 Ret 16 4
17 Team Club 44 22 17 16 18 17 Ret Ret DNS DNS Ret 17 18 1
18 AmD Tuning.com 15 12 DNS 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 21 Ret DNS Ret 19 Ret Ret 19 DNS  –5 0
19 M247 Racing DNS DNS 18 21 Ret 18 23 Ret 20 DNS DNS DNS 0
20 Finesse Motorsport 21 Ret DNS 0
Pos Team BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pen. Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Not classified (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate
Excluded (EX)

Independents' Trophy[edit]

Pos Driver BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pts
1 England Andrew Jordan 2 2 6 2 1 13 11 4 3 4 5 1 6 5 3 5 1 7 8 6 1 1 8 1 6 2 5 5 Ret 9 471
2 Northern Ireland Colin Turkington 8 8 9 8 9 1 6 11 10 5 3 2 1 1 2 4 6 6 1 1 DSQ 6 3 2 4 5 Ret Ret 12 4 411
3 England Adam Morgan 7 6 4 5 5 5 10 8 12 9 7 3 11 8 Ret 7 5 4 5 Ret 9 Ret 11 11 7 Ret 8 8 8 7 324
4 England Mat Jackson 20 7 10 12 13 9 7 15 7 7 20 19 Ret Ret 13 8 4 2 12 9 7 2 4 4 9 10 4 9 3 3 308
5 Republic of Ireland Árón Smith 9 Ret 11 11 8 7 9 10 5 Ret 14 10 14 12 9 6 3 3 10 Ret 15 13 15 14 8 3 2 10 5 5 288
6 Scotland Dave Newsham Ret 9 Ret 9 7 Ret 8 12 9 8 6 14 Ret 9 5 18 8 Ret 11 10 Ret 8 7 8 10 8 6 11 4 6 260
7 England Tom Onslow-Cole 12 Ret 16 13 10 6 3 2 4 15 11 Ret 10 3 12 12 9 17 13 13 Ret Ret 9 12 15 Ret 13 4 9 13 243
8 England Rob Collard Ret Ret Ret 15 12 12 13 13 15 10 NC 11 9 6 14 10 Ret 9 6 4 3 7 Ret Ret 5 Ret 12 7 14 8 214
9 England Rob Austin 3 Ret Ret 14 Ret DNS 19 18 Ret 13 8 5 13 14 11 15 14 12 3 2 4 3 1 9 12 Ret 17 Ret Ret 18 200
10 England Jeff Smith 5 3 7 10 11 10 5 6 6 11 10 18 12 10 10 13 Ret 19 12 10 10 18 DNS DNS 200
11 England Nick Foster NC 10 13 17 16 15 24 16 13 12 15 8 4 7 8 14 12 10 16 14 8 11 12 12 Ret 13 11 Ret 18 16 182
12 England Daniel Welch 11 14 12 NC 15 11 14 Ret 11 14 9 Ret 17 11 Ret 17 Ret 20 Ret 11 6 Ret DNS DNS 13 9 10 13 NC 19 133
13 England Jack Goff 13 Ret NC 18 14 16 12 9 Ret 16 Ret 12 16 NC Ret 11 DNS Ret 9 14 Ret Ret 15 9 12 6 2 128
14 England Frank Wrathall 6 Ret 8 7 Ret Ret 15 19 Ret 23 12 9 20 13 Ret Ret 10 11 14 12 Ret 10 13 Ret 14 Ret DNS Ret 10 21 126
15 England Ollie Jackson 10 Ret DNS 16 NC Ret 16 17 Ret 24 16 15 Ret DNS Ret 16 11 13 15 15 11 15 16 15 19 Ret Ret Ret 13 11 84
16 England Will Bratt 12 Ret 14 25 19 14 18 22 17 17 13 6 15 18 Ret NC 16 Ret 20 Ret 10 Ret DNS Ret 22 12 Ret 65
17 England Lea Wood 16 Ret DSQ 24 17 Ret 21 20 16 19 18 Ret 22 16 16 19 13 15 19 19 12 20 19 16 20 16 20 18 16 22 47
18 England James Cole Ret 13 Ret 22 18 17 17 14 14 18 17 13 19 Ret 15 39
19 England Jake Hill 18 17 Ret 14 11 15 22
20 England Howard Fuller 17 17 Ret 17 11 15 22
21 England Warren Scott 22 15 Ret 26 Ret 19 Ret Ret 21 Ret DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS 16 Ret 19 18 17 16 Ret 16 Ret Ret Ret 22
22 England Liam Griffin 17 8 11 20 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret 20 19 16 Ret Ret Ret 17 18 Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS 19 Ret Ret 22
23 Scotland Aiden Moffat 21 Ret DNS 21 14 19 17 15 17 17
24 England Michael Caine 8 Ret DNS 13
25 England David Nye 18 Ret 17 23 Ret DNS 22 21 18 22 22 NC 21 15 Ret 20 Ret 18 Ret 21 14 21 21 19 13
26 England James Kaye 15 12 DNS 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 Ret 19 Ret Ret 19 DNS 11
27 England Andy Neate 22 17 16 Ret DNS DNS Ret 17 18 9
28 United States Robb Holland 21 15 14 8
29 England Shaun Hollamby 15 17 23 7
30 Scotland Kieran Gallagher 22 20 13 5
31 England Mike Bushell 18 17 Ret 5
32 England Andy Wilmot 18 20 18 4
33 England Joe Girling DNS DNS 18 21 Ret 18 23 Ret 20 DNS DNS DNS 4
34 England Aaron Mason 21 Ret DNS 0
England Paul O'Neill Ret DNS Ret 0
Pos Driver BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Not classified (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate
Excluded (EX)

Independents Teams' Trophy[edit]

Pos Team BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pen. Pts
1 Pirtek Racing 2 2 6 2 1 10 5 4 3 4 5 1 6 5 3 5 1 7 8 6 1 1 8 1 6 2 5 471
2 eBay Motors 8 8 9 8 9 1 6 11 10 5 3 2 1 1 2 4 6 6 1 1 3 6 3 2 4 5 11 427
3 Airwaves Racing 9 7 10 11 8 7 7 10 5 7 14 10 14 12 9 6 3 2 10 9 7 2 4 4 8 3 2 356
4 Ciceley Racing 7 6 4 5 5 5 10 8 12 9 7 3 11 8 Ret 7 5 4 5 Ret 9 Ret 11 11 7 Ret 8 316
5 Speedworks Motorsport 10 9 Ret 9 7 Ret 8 12 9 8 6 14 Ret 9 5 16 8 13 11 10 11 8 7 8 10 8 6 273
6 WIX Racing 3 Ret Ret 14 Ret DNS 19 18 Ret 13 8 5 13 14 11 15 14 12 3 2 4 3 1 9 12 Ret 17  –10 259
7 PPCGB.com/Kraftwerk Racing 14 Ret 16 13 10 6 3 2 4 15 11 Ret 10 3 12 12 9 17 13 13 Ret 18 20 18 21 14 19 240
8 RCIB Insurance Racing 13 13 NC 18 14 16 12 9 14 16 17 12 16 NC 15 11 15 14 22 20 13 9 14 Ret 17 11 9 186
9 Welch Motorsport with Sopp + Sopp 11 14 12 23 15 11 14 21 11 14 9 NC 17 11 Ret 17 Ret 18 Ret 11 6 21 21 19 13 9 10 183
10 Dynojet 6 Ret 8 7 Ret Ret 15 19 Ret 23 12 9 20 13 Ret Ret 10 11 14 12 Ret 10 13 Ret 14 Ret DNS 155
11 Wheel Heaven/Houseman Racing 16 Ret DSQ 24 17 Ret 21 20 16 19 18 Ret 22 16 16 19 13 15 19 19 12 20 19 16 20 16 20 131
12 Addison Lee Motorbase 17 11 15 20 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret 20 19 16 8 17 Ret Ret Ret Ret 17 18 Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS 76
13 Rob Austin Racing 12 Ret 14 25 19 14 18 22 17 17 13 6 15 18 Ret NC 16 Ret 20 Ret 10 Ret DNS Ret 22 12 Ret 66
14 Team BMR Restart 22 15 Ret 26 Ret 19 Ret Ret 21 Ret DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS 16 Ret 19 18 17 16 Ret 16 62
15 Team Club 44 22 17 16 18 17 Ret Ret DNS DNS Ret 17 18 39
16 AmD Tuning.com 15 12 DNS 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 21 Ret DNS Ret 19 Ret Ret 19 DNS  –10 24
17 M247 Racing DNS DNS 18 21 Ret 18 23 Ret 20 DNS DNS DNS 24
18 Finesse Motorsport 21 Ret DNS 3
Pos Team BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Pen. Pts
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Not classified (NC)
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate
Excluded (EX)

Jack Sears Trophy[edit]

Pos Driver BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Cups
1 England Lea Wood 16 Ret DSQ 24 17 Ret 21 20 16 19 18 Ret 22 16 16 19 13 15 19 19 12 20 19 16 20 16 20 18 16 22 18
2 England Liam Griffin 17 11 15 20 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret 20 19 16 Ret Ret Ret 17 18 Ret Ret Ret DNS Ret Ret DNS 19 Ret Ret 6
3 England James Kaye 15 12 DNS 19 Ret Ret Ret Ret 19 Ret 19 Ret Ret 19 DNS 2
4 England David Nye 18 Ret 17 23 Ret DNS 22 21 18 22 22 NC 21 15 Ret 20 Ret 18 Ret 21 14 21 21 19 1
England Joe Girling DNS DNS 18 21 Ret 18 23 Ret 20 DNS DNS DNS 1
England Jake Hill 18 17 Ret 1
England Shaun Hollamby 15 17 23 1
8 England Warren Scott 22 15 Ret 26 Ret 19 Ret Ret 21 Ret DNS Ret DNS DNS DNS 0
England Aaron Mason 21 Ret DNS 0
Scotland Aiden Moffat 21 Ret DNS 0
Pos Driver BHI
England
DON
England
THR
England
OUL
England
CRO
England
SNE
England
KNO
Scotland
ROC
England
SIL
England
BHGP
England
Cups

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Until Oulton Park, the team used an in house custom built Audi engine

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