|Team principal(s)||Bert Taylor|
|Noted drivers||Dave Newsham, Chris Smiley|
British Touring Car Championship
Lexus IS (2006–2007)
They ran 2 Lexus IS 200 cars for Chris Stockton and Darren Dowling in the latter two rounds of the 2006 British Touring Car Championship season in preparation for a fuller campaign the following season.
They retained Stockton for 2007 but signed Nick Leason as their second driver, although he ultimately only contested the first 3 rounds.
Lexus IS and SEAT Toledo (2008)
For 2008, Stockton was joined initially by truck racing champion Stuart Oliver. They replaced the Lexus cars with ex-Motorbase SEATs after two rounds, but had little success. The team missed round 6 at Snetterton after reported financial problems. Gareth Howell made two appearances in place of Oliver. The team were looking to enter the 2009 British Touring Car Championship season with two SEAT Leóns, but decided against this.
Chevrolet Cruze (2014)
The team returned to the BTCC in 2014 with Chris Stockton driving an NGTC Chevrolet Cruze which was originally built for Silverline Chevrolet however the car was never completed as RML decided not to race in 2012.
The team originally planned to enter during 2013, but made the decision to concentrate on building their NGTC Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback.
In 2015 the team's TBL was sold to their title sponsor Automotive Brands who set up a two car Power Maxed Racing as a separate operation.
Chevrolet Cruze (2017)
- "BTC will not race in 2009". autosport.com. 2009-02-09. Archived from the original on 11 February 2009. Retrieved 2009-02-09.
- "NEWSHAM COMPLETES BTC NORLIN RACING LINE-UP". BTCC Official Website. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
- "BTC Norlin Racing Joins Grid". BTCC Official Website. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
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