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Andrew Graham "Andy" Priaulx, MBE (born 8 August 1974)[1] is a British professional racing driver from Guernsey, currently racing for Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK in the FIA World Endurance Championship,[2] having been a former BMW
BMW
factory driver.[3] He is a European Touring Car Championship champion, three times World Touring Car Championship champion and the only FIA Touring Car champion to win an international-level championship for four consecutive years (2004 to 2007). The previous record was Roberto Ravaglia's three successive championships (1986–1988).[4]

Contents

1 Racing career

1.1 Touring cars 1.2 Ford WEC

2 Nationality 3 Racing record

3.1 Career summary 3.2 Complete British Touring Car Championship
British Touring Car Championship
results 3.3 Complete European Touring Car Championship results 3.4 Complete World Touring Car Championship
World Touring Car Championship
results 3.5 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup results 3.6 24 Hours of Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans
results 3.7 Complete V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
results 3.8 Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
results 3.9 Complete European Le Mans Series
Le Mans Series
results 3.10 Complete FIA World Endurance Championship
FIA World Endurance Championship
results 3.11 Bathurst 1000
Bathurst 1000
results

4 References 5 External links

Racing career[edit] Born in Guernsey, Priaulx has competed in many types of motorsport, beginning in karting at the minimum age of eight. After a brief flirtation with powerboat racing, he started hillclimbing while still a teenager, sharing a car with his father Graham. It was quickly apparent that he had great natural ability, and few people were surprised when he took the British Hillclimb Championship title in 1995. After this, he made the switch to circuit racing, where after a relatively low-key couple of years in Formula Renault UK Championship and British Formula 3 he eventually demonstrated his skills were transferable by switching to the Renault Spider
Renault Spider
championship in 1998, completely dominating it in 1999. His career stalled somewhat when he returned to British Formula 3 in 2000–01. He had some success at this level, but despite finishing sixth in the championship in 2001 was unable to progress further up the single-seater ladder. Touring cars[edit] In 2001 Priaulx had a pair of British Touring Car Championship
British Touring Car Championship
(BTCC) guest drives for the Egg Vauxhall team, standing in for the suspended Phil Bennett. He stunned the regulars by taking pole position on his debut at Oulton Park, demonstrating that his future appeared to lie in that direction.

Priaulx in 2007.

Priaulx driving a BMW
BMW
320si WTCC car.

Priaulx during the first free practice session of the 2010 FIA WTCC Race of Japan.

The following year he was signed by the works Honda
Honda
BTCC team for their 2002 campaign. He won one race and finished on the podium in two others, and the following season was signed by Bart Mampaey's BMW
BMW
UK team for their European Touring Car Championship (ETCC) effort. He was in contention for the title until late in the year, eventually finishing third. Priaulx also occasionally guested in Australian V8 Supercar racing, competing at the Bathurst 1000km in 2002 with Yvan Muller in a Kmart Racing Commodore and 2003 with Cameron McLean again in a Kmart Commodore, and also the Sandown 500 km in 2003. 2004 saw Priaulx win a major circuit racing championship, as he became ETCC champion after a season-long battle with Dirk Müller. Both men obtained the same number of points, but Priaulx had won five races as against Müller's three, and this was sufficient to hand the Priaulx the title. Priaulx repeated his 2004 success in 2005, 2006 and 2007, clinching the World Touring Car Championship
World Touring Car Championship
(WTCC, essentially the same series, with two races outside Europe in 2005 and three in 2006) at the final round in Macau. In 2005, he won the crown with two second-place finishes in the final round when his nearest rivals, Dirk Müller and Fabrizio Giovanardi
Fabrizio Giovanardi
both failed to score. The following year, a win in the opening race of the final meeting left him needing to finish fifth in the final event to beat Jörg Müller
Jörg Müller
by a single point, which he achieved. Heading into the final meeting of the 2007 WTCC season at Macau, Priaulx was joint leader of the championship alongside former BTCC champion Yvan Muller. He came eighth in the first race and won from pole position in the second race to claim his and BMW's third WTCC championship in a row.[5] He was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire
Order of the British Empire
(MBE) in the 2008 Birthday Honours.[6] Priaulx again raced in the World Touring Car Championship
World Touring Car Championship
for BMW
BMW
Team UK in 2009, finishing fourth in the standings. As well as the WTCC, he competed in selected rounds of the American Le Mans Series
American Le Mans Series
for BMW
BMW
and a number of races in the Australian V8 Supercars
V8 Supercars
championship, driving a Walkinshaw Racing
Walkinshaw Racing
Holden
Holden
with David Reynolds at the Phillip Island and Bathurst endurance races. In 2010, Priaulx continued to race in the World Touring Car Championship for BMW
BMW
and competed in several races for BMW
BMW
in the Le Mans Series, 2010 Armor All Gold Coast 600
2010 Armor All Gold Coast 600
in V8 Supercars
V8 Supercars
with Craig Lowndes, Race of Champions, as well as the Le Mans 24 Hours. On 5 December 2010, BMW
BMW
announced that it would not be continuing its factory effort in the World Touring Car Championship
World Touring Car Championship
from 2011 onwards.[7] It was announced on 25 January 2011, that Priaulx contest the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup for BMW, as well as undertaking testing duties for BMW
BMW
with cars from other racing categories.[8]

Priaulx competing in the 2013 DTM season.

Priaulx spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons racing for BMW
BMW
in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, scoring his best result in the final round of the 2013 season at the Hockenheimring, where he finished in sixth after starting in third.[9] He switched to racing in the United SportsCar Championship in the United States
United States
for 2014.[10] In January 2015 it was announced at Autosport International that Priaulx would return to the British Touring Car Championship
British Touring Car Championship
for 2015 with West Surrey Racing, campaigning a BMW
BMW
125i M Sport, combining his BTCC programme with racing works BMWs in the European Le Mans Series
Le Mans Series
and the North American Endurance Cup.[11] Ford WEC[edit] On 5 December 2015, it was announced that Priaulx had parted ways with BMW
BMW
after a 13-year stint with the German manufacturer to join Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK for their upcoming debut in the 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship season.[12] He was officially unveiled as a Ford driver on 5 January 2016 alongside teammates Marino Franchitti, Stefan Mücke, and Olivier Pla.[13] Nationality[edit] Although Priaulx is British, he has occasionally been mistakenly identified as French, due to his surname (pronounced pree-oh /priːˈoʊ/), which is common in Francophone
Francophone
countries; a French national flag was displayed above the podium at the first race in Curitiba
Curitiba
in the 2007 WTCC season. Racing record[edit] Career summary[edit]

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points Position

1995 British Hill Climb Championship ? ? ? 0 0 ? ? 1st

1996 International Formula Renault Sport Championship Startline Racing ? 0 0 0 0 0 NC

1997 British Formula 3 Championship SpeedSport F3 TOM'S 4 0 0 0 0 1 26th

1998 Renault Spider
Renault Spider
Cup GB Mardi Gras Motorsport ? 0 1 2 2 ? 7th

Formula Palmer Audi
Formula Palmer Audi
Winter Series MotorSport Vision 4 0 1 ? 3 93 2nd

1999 Renault Spider
Renault Spider
Cup GB Mardi Gras Motorsport 13 13 13 11 13 430 1st

2000 British Formula 3 Championship Promatecme UK 14 0 1 0 3 64 9th

French Formula 3 Championship ? 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC

Macau
Macau
Grand Prix Lucozade
Lucozade
Motorsport Team 1 0 0 0 0 N/A 8th

Korea Super Prix 1 0 0 0 0 N/A DNF

2001 British Formula 3 Championship Alan Docking Racing 26 3 1 0 7 146 6th

Masters of Formula 3 1 0 0 0 0 N/A 22nd

Macau
Macau
Grand Prix Promatecme UK 1 0 0 0 0 N/A DNF

Korea Super Prix 1 0 0 0 1 N/A 2nd

British Touring Car Championship egg:sport 2 0 2 0 1 15 11th

World Series by Nissan PSN GD Racing 2 0 0 0 0 8 18th

2002 British Touring Car Championship Honda
Honda
Racing 20 1 3 1 4 116 5th

V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
Championship K-Mart Racing 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC

2003 European Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team Great Britain 20 3 1 2 8 100 3rd

V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
Championship K-Mart Racing 2 0 0 0 0 148 47th

2004 European Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team UK 20 5 1 6 9 111 1st

Belcar BMW
BMW
Motorsport 1 0 0 0 1 0 NC†

2005 World Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team UK 20 1 1 3 11 101 1st

Formula One BMW
BMW
Williams F1
Williams F1
Team Test driver

2006 World Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team UK 20 5 3 1 6 73 1st

2007 World Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team UK 22 3 0 0 8 92 1st

2008 World Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team UK 24 1 0 3 9 81 4th

2009 World Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team UK 24 2 0 4 7 84 4th

V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
Championship Walkinshaw Racing 3 0 0 0 0 253 36th

American Le Mans Series
American Le Mans Series
- GT2 BMW
BMW
Rahal Letterman Racing 1 0 0 0 0 0 NC†

2010 World Touring Car Championship BMW
BMW
Team RBM 24 6 1 5 6 246 4th

Le Mans Series
Le Mans Series
- LMGT2 BMW
BMW
Team Schnitzer 1 0 0 0 0 11 18th

24 Hours of Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans
- LMGT2 BMW
BMW
Motorsport 1 0 0 0 0 N/A DNF

V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
Championship Triple Eight Race Engineering 2 0 0 0 1 0 NC†

American Le Mans Series
American Le Mans Series
- GT BMW
BMW
Rahal Letterman Racing 2 0 0 0 1 23 25th

2011 Intercontinental Le Mans Cup - LMGTE Pro BMW
BMW
Motorsport 7 1 0 0 4 152 2nd

Le Mans Series
Le Mans Series
- LMGTE Pro 2 0 0 0 1 0 NC†

24 Hours of Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans
- LMGTE Pro 1 0 0 0 1 N/A 3rd

International V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
Championship Triple Eight Race Engineering 2 0 0 0 0 45 79th

American Le Mans Series
American Le Mans Series
- GT BMW
BMW
Team RLL 1 1 0 0 1 30 17th

2012 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW
BMW
Team RBM 10 0 0 0 0 24 13th

2013 Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters BMW
BMW
Team RMG 10 0 0 0 0 10 20th

International V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
Championship Triple Eight Race Engineering 1 0 0 0 0 156 55th

Rolex Sports Car Series - GT Turner Motorsport 1 0 0 0 0 0 NC†

2014 United SportsCar Championship
United SportsCar Championship
- GTLM BMW
BMW
Team RLL 11 0 1 0 3 298 8th

2015 British Touring Car Championship Team IHG Rewards Club 27 2 2 2 8 247 8th

European Le Mans Series
Le Mans Series
- LMGTE BMW
BMW
Sports Trophy Marc VDS 5 1 0 0 2 79 2nd

United SportsCar Championship
United SportsCar Championship
- GTD Turner Motorsport 3 0 0 0 0 66 22nd

2016 FIA World Endurance Championship
FIA World Endurance Championship
- LMGTE Pro Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK 9 2 1 0 3 117.5 5th

24 Hours of Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans
- LMGTE Pro 1 0 0 0 0 N/A 9th

WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Ford Chip Ganassi Racing 1 0 0 0 0 27 27th

2017 FIA World Endurance Championship
FIA World Endurance Championship
- LMGTE Pro Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK 9 2 1 0 4 142.5 3rd

24 Hours of Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans
- LMGTE Pro 1 0 0 0 1 N/A 2nd

WeatherTech SportsCar Championship - GTLM 1 0 0 0 0 26 23rd

† As Priaulx was a guest driver, he was ineligible to score points. Complete British Touring Car Championship
British Touring Car Championship
results[edit] (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position – 1 point awarded all races) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap – 1 point awarded all races) (* signifies that driver lead feature race for at least one lap – 1 point awarded)

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Pen. Pos Pts

2001 egg:sport Vauxhall Astra Coupé T BRH 1 BRH 2 THR 1 THR 2 OUL 1 OUL 2 SIL 1 SIL 2 MON 1 MON 2 DON 1 DON 2 KNO 1 KNO 2 SNE 1 SNE 2 CRO 1 CRO 2 OUL 1 2 OUL 2 Ret* SIL 1 SIL 2 DON 1 DON 2 BRH 1 BRH 2

11th 15

2002 Honda
Honda
Racing Honda
Honda
Civic Type-R T BRH 1 12 BRH 2 5 OUL 1 7 OUL 2 Ret THR 1 4 THR 2 5 SIL 1 4 SIL 2 6 MON 1 6 MON 2 Ret CRO 1 4 CRO 2 2* SNE 1 3 SNE 2 Ret KNO 1 7 KNO 2 1* BRH 1 11 BRH 2 7* DON 1 2 DON 2 4*

−10 5th 116

2015 Team IHG Rewards Club BMW
BMW
125i M Sport

BRH 1 9* BRH 2 2 BRH 3 8 DON 1 12 DON 2 10 DON 3 NC THR 1 5 THR 2 NC THR 3 13 OUL 1 3 OUL 2 15 OUL 3 Ret CRO 1 1* CRO 2 4 CRO 3 2 SNE 1 5 SNE 2 3 SNE 3 3 KNO 1 3 KNO 2 5 KNO 3 4 ROC 1 ROC 2 ROC 3 SIL 1 23 SIL 2 1* SIL 3 21 BRH 1 8 BRH 2 9 BRH 3 10

8th 247

Complete European Touring Car Championship results[edit] (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DC Pts

2003 BMW
BMW
Team Great Britain BMW
BMW
320i VAL 1 6 VAL 2 3 MAG 1 3 MAG 2 Ret PER 1 4 PER 2 4 BRN 1 4 BRN 2 1 DON 1 15 DON 2 5 SPA 1 6 SPA 2 1 AND 1 8 AND 2 2 OSC 1 3 OSC 2 1 EST 1 7 EST 2 4 MNZ 1 2 MNZ 2 6 3rd 100

2004 BMW
BMW
Team UK BMW
BMW
320i MNZ 1 5 MNZ 2 2 VAL 1 4 VAL 2 6 MAG 1 8 MAG 2 1 HOC 1 1 HOC 2 Ret BRN 1 1 BRN 2 2 DON 1 6 DON 2 1 SPA 1 4 SPA 2 5 IMO 1 5 IMO 2 Ret OSC 1 1 OSC 2 Ret DUB 1 2 DUB 2 2 1st 111

Complete World Touring Car Championship
World Touring Car Championship
results[edit] (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DC Points

2005 BMW
BMW
Team UK BMW
BMW
320i ITA 1 4 ITA 2 5 FRA 1 2 FRA 2 3 GBR 1 5 GBR 2 20† SMR 1 3 SMR 2 2 MEX 1 NC MEX 2 8 BEL 1 2 BEL 2 Ret GER 1 1 GER 2 2 TUR 1 3 TUR 2 9 ESP 1 4 ESP 2 3 MAC 1 2 MAC 2 2

1st 101

2006 BMW
BMW
Team UK BMW
BMW
320si ITA 1 1 ITA 2 Ret FRA 1 8 FRA 2 1 GBR 1 8 GBR 2 8 GER 1 1 GER 2 10 BRA 1 8 BRA 2 1 MEX 1 18 MEX 2 7 CZE 1 5 CZE 2 2 TUR 1 14 TUR 2 Ret ESP 1 Ret ESP 2 8 MAC 1 1 MAC 2 5

1st 73

2007 BMW
BMW
Team UK BMW
BMW
320si BRA 1 2 BRA 2 2 NED 1 8 NED 2 5 ESP 1 5 ESP 2 3 FRA 1 6 FRA 2 2 CZE 1 Ret CZE 2 7 POR 1 6 POR 2 1 SWE 1 11 SWE 2 13 GER 1 5 GER 2 2 GBR 1 7 GBR 2 1 ITA 1 NC ITA 2 Ret MAC 1 8 MAC 2 1

1st 92

2008 BMW
BMW
Team UK BMW
BMW
320si BRA 1 4 BRA 2 2 MEX 1 10 MEX 2 8 ESP 1 7 ESP 2 3 FRA 1 8 FRA 2 1 CZE 1 14 CZE 2 8 POR 1 6 POR 2 3 GBR 1 3 GBR 2 Ret GER 1 Ret GER 2 5 EUR 1 11 EUR 2 7 ITA 1 3 ITA 2 25† JPN 1 3 JPN 2 22† MAC 1 2 MAC 2 3 4th 81

2009 BMW
BMW
Team UK BMW
BMW
320si BRA 1 7 BRA 2 9 MEX 1 3 MEX 2 2 MAR 1 10 MAR 2 15† FRA 1 4 FRA 2 4 ESP 1 5 ESP 2 4 CZE 1 NC CZE 2 8 POR 1 9 POR 2 7 GBR 1 3 GBR 2 5 GER 1 1 GER 2 2 ITA 1 5 ITA 2 9 JPN 1 1 JPN 2 2 MAC 1 NC MAC 2 13 4th 84

2010 BMW
BMW
Team RBM BMW
BMW
320si BRA 1 5 BRA 2 Ret MAR 1 8 MAR 2 1 ITA 1 1 ITA 2 5 BEL 1 7 BEL 2 1 POR 1 Ret POR 2 4 GBR 1 7 GBR 2 1 CZE 1 5 CZE 2 1 GER 1 5 GER 2 1 ESP 1 5 ESP 2 4 JPN 1 DSQ JPN 2 DSQ MAC 1 NC MAC 2 7

4th 246

† — Did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance. Intercontinental Le Mans Cup results[edit] (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pos. Points

2011 BMW
BMW
Motorsport BMW
BMW
M3 GT2 LMGTE Pro SEB 1 SPA 3 LMS 3 IMO 13 SIL 4 ROA 4 ZHU 2 2nd 152

24 Hours of Le Mans
24 Hours of Le Mans
results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class Pos.

2010 BMW
BMW
Motorsport Dirk Müller Dirk Werner BMW
BMW
M3 GT2 GT2 53 DNF DNF

2011 BMW
BMW
Motorsport Dirk Müller Joey Hand BMW
BMW
M3 GT2 GTE Pro 313 15th 3rd

2016 Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK Marino Franchitti Harry Tincknell Ford GT GTE Pro 306 40th 9th

2017 Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK Harry Tincknell Pipo Derani Ford GT GTE Pro 340 18th 2nd

Complete V8 Supercar
V8 Supercar
results[edit]

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Final Pos Points

2002 K-Mart Racing ADE R1 ADE R2 PHI R3 PHI R4 EAS R5 EAS R6 EAS R7 HID R8 HID R9 HID R10 CAN R11 CAN R12 CAN R13 BAR R14 BAR R15 BAR R16 ORA R17 ORA R18 WIN R19 WIN R20 QLD R21 Ret BAT R22 Ret SUR R23 SUR R24 PUK R25 PUK R26 PUK R27 SAN R28 SAN R29

NC 0

2003 K-Mart Racing ADE R1 ADE R2 PHI R3 EAS R4 WIN R5 BAR R6 BAR R7 BAR R8 HID R9 HID R10 HID R11 QLD R12 ORA R13 SAN R14 12 BAT R15 Ret SUR R16 SUR R17 PUK R18 PUK R19 PUK R20 EAS R21 EAS R22

47th 148

2009 Walkinshaw Racing ADE R1 ADE R2 HAM R3 HAM R4 WIN R5 WIN R6 SYM R7 SYM R8 HID R9 HID R10 TOW R11 TOW R12 SAN R13 SAN R14 QLD R15 QLD R16 PHI Q 28 PHI R17 16 BAT R18 12 SUR R19 SUR R20 PHI R21 PHI R22 BAR R23 BAR R22 SYD R23 SYD R24

36th 253

2010 Triple Eight Race Engineering YMC R1 YMC R2 BHR R3 BHR R4 ADE R5 ADE R6 HAM R7 HAM R8 QLD R9 QLD R10 WIN R11 WIN R12 HID R13 HID R14 TOW R15 TOW R16 PHI Q PHI R17 BAT R18 SUR R19 2 SUR R20 10 SYM R21 SYM R22 SAN R23 SAN R24 SYD R25 SYD R26

NC 0 +

2011 Triple Eight Race Engineering YMC R1 YMC R2 ADE R3 ADE R4 HAM R5 HAM R6 BAR R7 BAR R8 BAR R9 WIN R10 WIN R11 HID R12 HID R13 TOW R14 TOW R15 QLD R16 QLD R17 QLD R18 PHI Q PHI R19 BAT R20 SUR R21 Ret SUR R22 20 SYM R23 SYM R24 SAN R25 SAN R26 SYD R27 SYD R28

79th 45

2013 Triple Eight Race Engineering ADE R1 ADE R2 SYM R3 SYM R4 SYM R5 PUK R6 PUK R7 PUK R8 PUK R9 BAR R10 BAR R11 BAR R12 COTA R13 COTA R14 COTA R15 COTA R16 HID R17 HID R18 HID R19 TOW R20 TOW R21 QLD R22 QLD R23 QLD R24 WIN R25 WIN R26 WIN R27 SAN R28 BAT R29 10 SUR R30 SUR R31 PHI R32 PHI R33 PHI R34 SYD R35 SYD R36 55th 156

+ Not Eligible for points Complete Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
results[edit] (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pos Points

2012 BMW
BMW
Team RBM BMW
BMW
M3 DTM HOC 6 LAU 17 BRH Ret SPL Ret NOR 7 NÜR 19 ZAN 13 OSC Ret VAL 8 HOC 7 13th 24

2013 BMW
BMW
Team RMG BMW
BMW
M3 DTM HOC 17† BRH 19 SPL 19 LAU 22 NOR 9 MSC 20 NÜR 16 OSC 19 ZAN 19 HOC 6 20th 10

† Driver did not finish, but completed 90% of the race distance. Complete European Le Mans Series
Le Mans Series
results[edit]

Year Entrant Class Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 Rank Points

2015 BMW
BMW
Sports Trophy Marc VDS LMGTE BMW
BMW
Z4 GTE BMW
BMW
4.4 L V8 SIL 4 IMO 4 RBR 4 LEC 2 EST 1 2nd 79

Complete FIA World Endurance Championship
FIA World Endurance Championship
results[edit] (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Class Car Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Rank Points

2016 Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK LMGTE Pro Ford GT Ford EcoBoost 3.5 L Turbo V6 SIL 4 SPA 2 LMS 10 NÜR 12 MEX 5 COA 4 FUJ 1 SHA 1 BHR 4 5th 117.5

2017 Ford Chip Ganassi Team UK LMGTE Pro Ford GT Ford EcoBoost 3.5 L Turbo V6 SIL 1 SPA 4 LMS 2 NÜR 5 MEX 4 COA 7 FUJ 13 SHA 1 BHR 3 3rd 142.5

Bathurst 1000
Bathurst 1000
results[edit]

Year Team Car Co-driver Position Lap

2002 HSV Dealer Team Holden
Holden
VX Commodore Yvan Muller DNF 122

2003 HSV Dealer Team Holden
Holden
VX Commodore Cameron McLean DNF 33

2009 Walkinshaw Racing Holden
Holden
VE Commodore David Reynolds 12th 161

2013 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden
Holden
VF Commodore Mattias Ekström 10th 161

References[edit]

^ "Andy Priaulx". DriverDB. Retrieved 17 October 2014.  ^ "Drivers". www.chipganassiracing.com.  ^ " Andy Priaulx
Andy Priaulx
explains decision to leave BMW
BMW
for Ford WEC deal".  ^ "WTCC GRAND FINALE AT MACAU – WHAT IF..." World Touring Car Championship official website. 2006. Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-11-18.  ^ Priaulx wins third Touring title BBC Sport – 18 November 2007 ^ "No. 58729". The London Gazette
The London Gazette
(Supplement). 14 June 2008. p. 21.  ^ Beer, Matt (5 December 2010). " BMW
BMW
pulls works team out of WTCC". autosport.com. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 8 December 2010.  ^ English, Steven (24 January 2011). "Full BMW
BMW
ILMC campaign for Priaulx". autosport.com. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 25 January 2011.  ^ O'Leary, Jamie (14 November 2013). " Andy Priaulx
Andy Priaulx
set to leave DTM to switch to GT racing in 2014". autosport.com. Retrieved 15 January 2015.  ^ "Guernsey: Andy Priaulx
Andy Priaulx
to race for BMW
BMW
in America". bbc.co.uk. 6 December 2013. Retrieved 15 January 2015.  ^ Mitchell, Scott (8 January 2015). " Andy Priaulx
Andy Priaulx
joins WSR for British Touring Car Championship
British Touring Car Championship
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Performance Management

Sporting positions

Preceded by David Grace British Hill Climb Championship Champion 1995 Succeeded by Roy Lane

Preceded by Dan Eaves Renault Spider
Renault Spider
Cup GB Champion 1999 Succeeded by Jim Edwards Jr. (Renault Clio Cup UK)

Preceded by Gabriele Tarquini European Touring Car Championship Champion 2004 Succeeded by Richard Göransson (European Touring Car Cup)

Preceded by Roberto Ravaglia (1987) World Touring Car Championship Champion 2005–2006–2007 Succeeded by Yvan Muller

Preceded by Duncan Huisman Guia Race Winner 2006 Race 1 Succeeded by Jörg Müller

Preceded by Alain Menu Guia Race Winner 2007 Race 2 Succeeded by Alain Menu

Preceded by Tom Kristensen Petter Solberg Race of Champions
Race of Champions
Nations' Cup 2015 With: Jason Plato Succeeded by Sebastian Vettel (2017)

Awards

Preceded by Richard Lyons Autosport British Club Driver of the Year 1999 Succeeded by Michael Caine

Preceded by Jenson Button Autosport British Competition Driver of the Year 2004 Succeeded by Dan Wheldon

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Teams and drivers competing in the 2016 British Touring Car Championship

Silverline Subaru Team BMR Racing Motorbase Performance Handy Motorsport RCIB Insurance Racing Dextra Racing Laser Tools Racing

4. Turkington 20. Cole 39. Scott 99. Plato

7. M. Jackson 77. Jordan

11. Austin

12. Epps 24. Hill

14. Martin

16. Moffat

Goodestone Racing TLC Racing Eurotech Racing Halfords Yuasa Racing Team IHG Rewards Club WIX Racing

17. Welch

22. Smiley

23. Lloyd 30. Depper 55. J. Smith

25. Neal 52. Shedden 57. Neate

31. Goff

33. Morgan

Team BKR AmD Tuning Power Maxed Racing MG 888 Racing Speedworks Motorsport Maximum Motorsport

38. Howard 40. Á. Smith

48. O. Jackson

54. Abbott 84. Fletcher

66. Cook 116. Sutton

80. Ingram 303. Simpson

95. Lines

Team JCT600 with GardX

100. Collard 600. Tordoff

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British Hill Climb Champions

   

              1947  R. Mays 1948  R. Mays 1949  S. Allard

1950  D. Poore 1951  K. Wharton 1952  K. Wharton 1953  K. Wharton 1954  K. Wharton 1955  T. Marsh 1956  T. Marsh 1957  T. Marsh 1958  D. Boshier-Jones 1959  D. Boshier-Jones

1960  D. Boshier-Jones 1961  D. Good 1962  A. Owen 1963  P. Westbury 1964  P. Westbury 1965  T. Marsh 1966  T. Marsh 1967  T. Marsh 1968  P. Lawson 1969  D. Hepworth

1970  N. Williamson 1971  D. Hepworth 1972  N. Williamson 1973  M. MacDowel 1974  M. MacDowel 1975  R. Lane 1976  R. Lane 1977  A. Douglas-Osborn 1978  D. Franklin 1979  M. Griffiths

1980  C. Cramer 1981  J. Thomson 1982  M. Bolsover 1983  M. Bolsover 1984  M. Bolsover 1985  C. Cramer 1986  M. Griffiths 1987  M. Griffiths 1988  C. Wardle 1989  R. Rowan

1990  M. Griffiths 1991  M. Griffiths 1992  R. Lane 1993  D. Grace 1994  D. Grace 1995  A. Priaulx 1996  R. Lane 1997  R. Moran 1998  D. Grace 1999  D. Grace

2000  D. Grace 2001  G. Wight, Jr. 2002  G. Wight, Jr. 2003  A. Fleetwood 2004  A. Fleetwood 2005  M. Groves 2006  M. Groves 2007  M. Groves 2008  S. Moran 2009  S. Moran

2010  M. Groves 2011  S. Moran 2012  T. Willis 2013  S. Moran 2014  S. Moran 2015  A. Summers 2016  S. Moran

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World Touring Car Championship
World Touring Car Championship
& World Touring Car Cup champions

Early editions

Roberto Ravaglia
Roberto Ravaglia
(1987) Paul Radisich
Paul Radisich
(1993, 1994) Frank Biela
Frank Biela
(1995)

Championships

Andy Priaulx
Andy Priaulx
(2005, 2006, 2007) Yvan Muller
Yvan Muller
(2008) Gabriele Tarquini
Gabriele Tarquini
(2009) Yvan Muller
Yvan Muller
(2010, 2011) Robert Huff
Robert Huff
(2012) Yvan Muller
Yvan Muller
(2013) José María López
José María López
(2014, 2015, 2016) Thed Björk
Thed Björk
(2017)

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European Touring Car Champions

1963: Peter Nöcker 1964: Warwick Banks 1965: Jacky Ickx
Jacky Ickx
& John Whitmore & Ed Swart 1966: Hubert Hahne
Hubert Hahne
& Andrea de Adamich
Andrea de Adamich
& Giancarlo Baghetti 1967: Karl von Wendt & Andrea de Adamich
Andrea de Adamich
& Willi Kauhsen 1968: Dieter Quester
Dieter Quester
& John Rhodes & John Handley 1969: Dieter Quester
Dieter Quester
& Spartaco Dini & Marsilio Pasotti 1970: Toine Hezemans 1971: Dieter Glemser 1972: Jochen Mass 1973: Toine Hezemans 1974: Hans Heyer 1975: Siegfried Müller Sr. & Alain Peltier 1976: Jean Xhenceval & Pierre Dieudonné 1977: Dieter Quester 1978: Umberto Grano 1979: Umberto Grano & Helmut Kelleners 1980: Umberto Grano & Helmut Kelleners 1981: Umberto Grano & Helmut Kelleners 1982: Umberto Grano 1983: Dieter Quester 1984: Tom Walkinshaw 1985: Gianfranco Brancatelli & Thomas Lindström 1986: Roberto Ravaglia 1987: Winfried Vogt 1988: Roberto Ravaglia

2000: Fabrizio Giovanardi 2001: Fabrizio Giovanardi
Fabrizio Giovanardi
& Peter Kox 2002: Fabrizio Giovanardi 2003: Gabriele Tarquini 2004: Andy Priaulx

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Winners of Autosport's British Club Driver of the Year

1980s

1982–83 Martin Bolsover 1984 Rod Birley 1985 Chris Cramer 1986 Paul Warwick 1987 Eddie Irvine 1988 Allan McNish 1989 David Coulthard

1990s

1990 Warren Hughes 1991 Kelvin Burt 1992 Oliver Gavin 1993 Dario Franchitti 1994 James Matthews 1995 Guy Smith 1996 Peter Dumbreck 1997 Doug Bell 1998 Richard Lyons 1999 Andy Priaulx

2000s

2000 Michael Caine 2001 Mike Jordan 2002 Danny Watts 2003 Lewis Hamilton 2004 James Pickford 2005 Andrew Kirkaldy 2006 Sam Bird 2007 Duncan Tappy 2008 Adam Christodoulou 2009 Sarah Moore

2010s

2010 Tom Blomqvist 2011 Alex Lynn 2012 Scott Malvern 2013 Daniel Cammish 2014 Ben Barnicoat 2015 Will Palmer 2016 Lando Norris 2017 Enaam Ahmed

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 91104746

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