A five-way title decider at Brands Hatch - albeit on the Indy circuit, rather than the Grand Prix track, such was the topsy-turvy nature of the 2020 calendar - attested to a British Touring Car Championship that is alive and well despite all the pandemic could throw at it.
Across nine rounds packed into four months, a typically eventful title battle unfolded with the major players in the drama each wading into battle with a different car and team behind them.
It’s four decades since one of UK motorsport’s most successful teams made its debut at Silverstone in British Formula 3. Now it’s top dog in the BTCC, time to blow out some candles with boss Dick Bennetts
Jeff Allam had a long and successful touring car career, and was a highly regarded works driver for Rover and Vauxhall. Then he spent his weekends policing his successors… Time to look back at a BTCC life spanning almost 45 years
It won't be long until the current BTCC rules become the longest-lasting the series has ever had. The NGTC regulations are due to celebrate their tenth birthday this year and while not totally perfect for everyone, have been a huge success
The Infiniti Q50 was completely redesigned, redeveloped and revamped by BMR and Laser Tools Racing for 2020. And the flamboyant brilliance of the driver behind the wheel was enough to snatch the title at the last gasp
The rival Ford RS500 was more spectacular and almost claimed its place as Autosport's greatest touring car. But the original BMW M3 E30 was too good and too important to be ignored, as its drivers explain
The two four-time British Touring Car champions discovered they had far more in common than they realised when Autosport brought them together to discuss all things tin-top for its 70th anniversary special earlier this year
Sutton to defend BTCC title with new Laser Tools-Team Hard alliance
Ingram splits from Toyota team after seven seasons together in BTCC