Richard Longman

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Richard Longman was a British racing driver and renowned motorsport preparation expert.[1] He was twice champion of the British Touring Car Championship (then known as the British Saloon Car Championship) in 1978 and 1979 driving a Mini 1275 GT for Patrick Motorsport, which ran the works British Leyland supported team.[2] The following year he switched to a class C Ford Fiesta. In 1984 he was class C champion in his Ford Escort Mk3 RS1600i.

He also has a house in the Bahamas as well as property in the New Forest, Hampshire.


Sporting positions
Preceded by
Bernard Unett
British Touring Car Champion
Succeeded by
Win Percy