The change of approach that could inspire a BTCC title

The change of approach that could inspire a BTCC title

He's been a mainstay in touring cars for over a decade, but now Andrew Jordan has got a new car. Coupled with a new approach, the 2013 British Touring Car champion is thirsty for redemption and another title to add to his CV

As Andrew Jordan crossed the line to win the second race of the 2019 British Touring Car Championship, it was no surprise for the driver.

He had been in a brand new 3 Series BMW 330i M Sport, which was only completed days before the opening rounds at Brands Hatch. He had been learning his way in terms of set-up and he was up against some cars that were much further down their development paths.

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