BTCC » Airwaves unveil Jackson, Kane, Leyland Paints


Airwaves BMW has officially unveiled its all-new driver line-up for the 2010 BTCC campaign, with fans' favourite Mat Jackson being partnered by team and championship returnee Steven Kane, and major backing from both Leyland Paints and The Money Shop

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Martin - Unregistered

March 23, 2010 12:24 PM

Great lineup.. Jackson and Airwaves always struck me as a good fit given his BMW experience. I'm in two minds as to whether Adam or Kane is the better driver, but both are certainly capable of winning races if not the title.

celtic - Unregistered

March 23, 2010 6:32 PM

Worst BTCC grid in recent years looked like a max Power Track Day at Brands Hatch. Airwaves not putting any money in - team too skint to re-livery the car, asked if they could keep logos on! Bad times

AliPali - Unregistered

March 23, 2010 8:09 PM

Two top class drivers, but will the team be able to give them the support during the season? Last year Motorbase fell away during the second half, with iffy reliability and a suspicion of a stretched budget. This year they are running 6 Carrera Cup cars as well, and you do wonder if they have the resources. No doubt that Mr Bartrum will want to prove a point, having lost Rob Collard, and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in the BMW battle. My money would be on Collard being top BMW in the championship, with Kane winning most races...he is very quick, as Brands test today shows, but may not have the racecraft yet.

BtccScooby

March 23, 2010 9:23 PM

Cars looked great today at Brands - both cars running 2010 areo kits bonnets and bumpers (WSR has not made this investment in their cars for 2010) both cars completly rebuilt for the season Airways completly on board with budget Money shop on board - this does not sound like a Max power set up to me. Good Luck Mat and Steven for the season ahead.

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