Join Andy and tom as they share their thoughts and opinions on the upcoming BTCC season with interviews from the AUTOSPORT International show including:

Matt Neal 3-time BTCC champion and 4-time independent title winner @Mattnealracing

Andrew Jordan reigning BTCC champion @AndrewJordan77

David Addison Itv BTCC commentator (as well as many other motor racing series) @addison1972

Rob Austin BTCC driver, shark fighter and race winner and if you want to buy shares in the team go to or @robaustinracing

Robb Holland American race driver on joining the BTCC full time this year and building the new Audi S3 with Rotek Racing. @Robbholland3

Tim Harvey 1992 BTCC champion and BTCC commentator for ITV @Timharvey7

Alan Hyde, Pit lane reporter for 20 years and also runs tin top tuesday @AlanHydeStudio

  • MIE

    I’m not sure if I agree with Robb Holland’s definition of race craft. I’d like to think of motor racing as a non contact sport (yes even touring cars), and it upsets me to hear a driver describe deliberate contact as race craft. However his comparison of one of the shortest tracks (Knockhill) to two of the longest (Nurburgring and Bathurst) I found interesting.

    Andy, thanks once again for taking the time and effort to trudge around the NEC getting these interviews.