In championships all over the world, there are drivers with extreme motivation. Whether they are fallen champions bouncing back, legends keen to show they still have what it takes, or youngsters desperate for a break, at whatever level there's someone with something to prove. None more so than a man who has swept all before him, but still finds his ability questioned.
The biggest challenge of Andrew Jordan's touring car career lies ahead of him. He is swapping to the WSR BMW 125i M Sport for his 10th year in the British Touring Car Championship, and switching to rear-wheel drive for the first time in touring cars. He also has a new team to learn. But that's only half of the task ahead - there is something bigger at stake that's seen as being on the line: his reputation.
This will be his third different team in as many seasons, and the 2013 champion hasn't really hit the winning groove since stepping away from his family-run Eurotech Racing outfit in '14.