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Inside BTCC: What's in a name?

Inside BTCC looks into the origin of touring car team names and previews the penultimate meeting of the season at Silverstone
The race to win the BTCC title will probably take another twist this weekend when the series heads to Silverstone for the penultimate rounds of the year.

The latest edition of the BTCC e-magazine Inside BTCC looks ahead to all the action at Silverstone while also reflecting on what happened last time out at Rockingham.

Along the way, there is a look into the origin of BTCC team names, a photo special with US snapper Jamey Price and a feature on how one of the smallest teams on the grid became race winners in 2012...



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Colin Turkington - BTCC Champion 2014
Colin Turkington - BTCC Champion 2014
Colin Turkington - BTCC Champion 2014
Colin Turkington - BTCC Champion 2014
Colin Turkington - BTCC Champion 2014

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