2008 British Touring Car Championship season

BTCC season
Previous = 2007
Current = 2008
Next = 2009

The 2008 HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship season was the 51st British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) season. It was also the first that the championship is sponsored by HiQ. Fabrizio Giovanardi won his second consecutive title, with a fourteenth place finish in round 28.

Changes for 2008

* Dunlop is no longer the sponsor of the BTCC. HiQ are the new sponsors, although both brands share the same parent company.
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2008 BTCC entries

Official BTCC Entry List

On the 12th March 2008 the BTCC Organisers released the official MSA HiQ British Touring Car Championship entry list for the 2008 season.

*Note: bold signifies pole position (1 point given in first race only, and race 2 and 3 poles are based on race results), "italics" signifies fastest lap (1 point given all races) and * signifies at least one lap in the lead (1 point given all races).

Manufacturers Championship

* - BTC Racing lose all points for three changes of engine.
** - Team Eurotech lose 10 points for three changes of engine.
*** - Team Air Cool & Team Halfords lose 20 points for four changes of engine.

Independents Trophy

* - BTC Racing & Team Eurotech lose 10 points for three changes of engine.
** - Team Air Cool lose 20 points for four changes of engine.

References


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