Australian V8 Supercar competitor for the last six years, former British Touring Car Championship frontrunner and two-time FIA Touring Car World Cup Champion Paul Radisich is considering a return to the UK and European racing.

Radisich has visited BTCC events in the UK in 2004, most notably the end of season Donington race where 'The Rat' was racing in both the epic Masters race and the Porsche Carrera Cup GB races.

"It was great fun, it was funny to catch up with all the old guys from the early 90s, not old but the guys I was racing against in the early to middle 90s, it was good to get together and have a little bit of a laugh, and then have a bit of a sprint around on the Sunday," said Radisich, who raced for both Ford and Peugeot in the BTCC, of the Masters race.

"I really enjoyed it - no prizes to come home but neither was I really expecting any, it was just a great event to do and it's probably one of those things that will probably never happen again, the opportunity to do it and the timing, and SEAT to have all the cars and for them to all be run under one roof will probably never happen again so it was just great to be part of,."

So, looking to the future, with no berth left at the Triple Eight engineering run Betta Electrical V8 Supercar team, has Radisich's focus moved back to Europe?

The driver was earlier tipped to be making a move to the British arm of Triple Eight and the works VX Racing Vauxhall effort, but subsequently the team announced that Colin Turkington will be joining the team alongside 2003 champ, Yvan Muller.

There is however the prospect of the RML-run Chevrolet World Touring Car Championship effort where Alain Menu has already been signed, and there are a further two driver slots needing filling.

"I have lots of thoughts but I have to say at the moment that the opportunities here for the right team are getting less," Radisich told at the Bathurst 1000k, round ten of the V8 Supercar Series. "I am looking at some opportunities in the UK which will perhaps drag me round to some European race tracks, so look out - I might be coming back."