Ashley Sutton, Adrian Flux Subaru Racing, 227pts
His best results of the season so far came at Croft. He qualified
on pole and won the first and second races. He's won three more
races since then. Since qualifying 18th, and finishing seventh for
the opening race of the year, Sutton's form has improved and he
would have taken a sixth victory at Knockhill if he hadn't been
disqualified for damaging his car. The car has improved a lot over
the second half of the season. He does very well both in the wet
and with extra ballast weight.
Adam Morgan, MAC Tools with Ciceley Motorsport,
His best weekend of the season so far came at Rockingham, where
he came first in race one, second in race two and eighth in race
three. He also had race wins at Donington and Thruxton. Adam took
his first win at Brands Hatch in 2014 and he did well there in 2015
taking two podium finishes. In 2011 Morgan won the Ginetta GT Super
Cup and he's been competing in BTCC successfully since 2012.
Josh Cook, Power Maxed TAG Racing, 222pts
His best results this season were at Donington Park, where he took
his first BTCC race win, ahead of a seventh place finish in race
two, and second in race three. Cook also won at Thruxton and did
well at Knockhill to claim three top-six finishes. Cook didn't do
too well at this meeting last year, but was on the podium in 2016.
He is a good racer and always interesting to watch!
Andrew Jordan, BMW Pirtek Racing, 217pts
His best results this season were at Knockhill where he qualified
third for the first race and finished fourth. He then won the
second race before finishing the day with another third place. For
the first half of the season he qualified better than raced but in
the second half his race results have improved. Andrew has very
good car control because of his previous driving experience in
rallycross where he did very well.
Jack Goff, WIX Racing with Eurotech, 215pts
Jack's best results of the season came at Snetterton where he won
the first race, and came second in the Diamond Double finale. Jack
did well at Brands Hatch last year, finishing second in the final
race of the season. Jack is a graduate of the club-level MG Trophy
where he did very well, and he began his BTCC career in 2013.
Matt Neal, Halfords Yuasa Racing, 188pts
Thruxton provided his best results this season. He qualified on
pole, came first in race one, third in race two and eighth in race
three. His most consistent results on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix
circuit in the last three years were in 2015 when he came seventh
in the first two races, and fifth in race three. His first full
season in the BTCC was 1992. He's a very experienced driver who won
his third BTCC title in 2011. This year he is in ninth in the
standings, but driving a new car, and he did win the championship's
60th anniversary race at Snetterton this year…
Dan Cammish Halfords Yuasa Racing, 176pts
Dan only came into the BTCC this year. He spent last year
competing in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB and the pan-European
Porsche Supercup, in which he won the Le Mans 24 Hours support
race. He also took the British Formula Ford title in 2013 by
winning all 24 races he contested. This year his best result came
at Donington Park where he came second in race one - he's since
finished third four more times.