How works BTCC teams have changed in 20 years

How works BTCC teams have changed in 20 years

The face of the British Touring Car Championship has changed massively in the two decades since the revered Super Touring era. What does manufacturer involvement look like these days?

When Vauxhall won the British Touring Car Championship in 1995, in the height of the Super Touring era, it was up against eight other manufacturers.

Those were the halcyon days of the tin-top championship, when works deals were plentiful and money wasn't in short supply. The budget for that title-winning campaign for the cars carrying the Griffin logo was estimated to be well north of £3million.

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