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Leading BTCC team WSR to announce driver at AUTOSPORT International

West Surrey Racing will announce its second British Touring Car Championship driver for the 2015 season at the AUTOSPORT International Show this week

Leading BTCC team WSR to announce driver at AUTOSPORT International

As part of a wider unveiling of its programme, Dick Bennetts, whose team ran Colin Turkington to the drivers' title last year, will confirm WSR's second driver after the announcement of Sam Tordoff last December.

Bennetts, who will be present on the main stage at 1130am on Thursday, said the signing was "a big coup for the BTCC".

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Andrew Jordan will also be present for all four days of the Show alongside his new-for-2015 challenger, with the 2013 champion set to announce his departure from the family-run Eurotech Racing team.

The new manufacturer entry from Nissan's luxury brand Infiniti will unveil the 2015 livery its pair of Q50s will be raced in by Derek Palmer Jr and Richard Hawken, while Aiden Moffat's new Ciceley Racing-built Mercedes A-Class and Rob Austin's Audi A4 livery will also be revealed.

In addition to several driver and team announcements at the traditional motorsport season curtain-raiser in Birmingham, several of the championship's biggest stars will be in attendance at the NEC.

Honda's title-winning duo Gordon Shedden and Matt Neal will join Jordan in appearing on stage, as will 2014 champion Colin Turkington.

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