Did the right driver win the BTCC crown?

Did the right driver win the BTCC crown?

Accusations about BMW's "DTM" machinery and some particular twists in the three-way battle for the BTCC title might raise questions over Colin Turkington's 2019 achievements. But playing 'what if' shows his merit

There are few exercises in life that are more time-consuming, more fun, and more fruitless, than plotting 'what if?'. But let's entertain that idea here just for a moment.

Andrew Jordan will argue that had it not been for his non-score at Donington Park in the second round of the 2019 British Touring Car Championship season, or being hit by Senna Proctor in race three at Knockhill, then he would be the newly crowned champion.

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