Quiz: Test your general BTCC knowledge

With the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic putting the brakes on global motorsport, TouringCars.Net has put together a quiz to test your knowledge of British Touring Car Championship history in the past 30 years.

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Andy Rouse dominated the 1988 season with nine outright victories in the mighty Ford Sierra RS500. But due to the BTCC's class-based system he failed to clinch the overall title. Who did he lose out to?
Andy Rouse Ford Sierra RS500 Thruxton BTCC 1988
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Frank Sytner
Godfrey Hall
Tim Harvey
Steve Soper

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Wrong!

Which year did Robb Gravett compete in this Ford Sierra Sapphire?
Robb Gravett, Trakstar Motorsport, Ford Sierra Sapphire.
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1989
1990
1991
1992

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Wrong!

What is the first name of this one-year driver?
Harry Nuttall, Ecurie Ecosse, Vauxhall Cavalier GSi
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Henry
Harry
Tony
Phil

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Wrong!

Who is this competing for BMW Team Schnitzer in the 1996 BTCC?
Roberto Ravaglia, BMW Team Schnitzer, BMW 320i
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Joachim Winkelhock
Roberto Ravaglia
David Brabham
Will Hoy

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Wrong!

1999 was Jason Plato's final season with Renault in the BTCC. But who was his team-mate?
Jason Plato, Nescafé Blend 37 Williams Renault, Renault Laguna
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James Thompson
Alain Menu
Yvan Muller
Jean-Christoph Boullion

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Wrong!

A new era began for the BTCC in 2001, with lower-cost regulations coming into play. MG joined the series late and took a shock win, but at which circuit?
2001 British Touring Car Championship #2 Anthony Reid (GBR). MG Sport & Racing. MG ZS.
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Snetterton
Silverstone
Thruxton
Brands Hatch

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Wrong!

Who is this 2003 champion?
Yvan Muller, Vauxhall Motorsport, Vauxhall Astra Coupé
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James Thompson
Jason Plato
Yvan Muller
Matt Neal

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Wrong!

Who is this leading at the start of race three at Oulton Park in 2008?
Andrew Jordan, Team Eurotech Racing with John Guest Speedfit, Honda Integra
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Tom Chilton
Andrew Jordan
Paul O'Neill
Matt Allison

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Wrong!

Who is this surveying the wreckage of their car in 2013?
Mat Jackson
Rob Austin
Rob Collard
Will Bratt

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Wrong!

Where did Jack Goff claim his first BTCC win in 2015?
Jack Goff qualified seventh
Croft
Donington Park
Knockhill
Snetterton

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Motorbase Performance will introduce the latest Ford Focus to the grid in 2020. But who claimed the last win for the Ford Focus name in the BTCC?
Rory Butcher
Photo: PSP Images
Mat Jackson
Ollie Jackson
Sam Tordoff
Tom Chilton

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Wrong!

How many races did Colin Turkington win on his way to the title in 2019?
Colin Turkington
Photo: PSP Images
1
3
5
6

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