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Vote for the top BTCC driver of 2008!

Once again the 2008 HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship season was one full of action, with a title fight that went to the final rounds of the year and no fewer than nine winners from the 30 races.

At the end of the campaign, it's now time to reflect on who were the star performers of the season – and we want to know your views on who were the top drivers of the 50th anniversary season of racing.

By clicking the link below, you can give each driver on the grid a mark out of ten, with the highest scorer securing the honour of being your star of 2008.

We've given you a little bit of info on each driver in case you need your memory jogging, but here are a few people who might be worth considering:

Fabrizio Giovanardi took his second title in a row for VX Racing...
Jason Plato took eight wins, more than anyone else...
Mat Jackson stormed to second overall on Finals Day...
Colin Turkington defended the Independents' title...
Andy Jordan starred with podiums in his debut season...
Steven Kane and Rob Collard showed Motorbase to be potential winners...
Micky Doyle impressed in one of the oldest cars on the BTCC grid...

Those are just a handful of the 25 drivers who you can vote on from the 2008 BTCC season, so CLICK HERE and get voting!


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