There are many interesting stories circulating around the BTCC for 2022. The next season will be the BTCC’s transition into hybrid technology. Ricky Collard, Jack Butel, and Ashley Sutton are just three of the drivers looking to make a name for themselves. Find out more about these drivers and what they can expect from BTCC 2022 qualifying. After all, who knows, you might be surprised to see one of them in the field.
In 2019, Jack Butel qualified for the BTCC after winning the prestigious British GT Championship in 2018. He had a difficult year because he was forced to retire early due to a concussion. This year, however, he will return to the series and will compete in the Hyundaii30N. The team is targeting a top 15 finish in the overall standings.
The BTCC is looking for its next superstar with the arrival of British driver Ricky Collard. Collard, who has been in the championship for seven years, will compete in the second Toyota this year. He has already won the Pro-Am category at the 2020 TotalEnergies 24 Hours of Spa, and is hoping to make his name as a star in the British Touring Car Championship. Collard has an impressive CV, with wins in GT racing and the BRDC Formula 3 Championship.
Three-time champion Ashley Sutton has confirmed that she will return to the BTCC next year. After winning three titles in rear-wheel drive cars last year, the 31-year-old is keen to add a fourth title to her tally. She also hopes to make it three back-to-back championship wins. Sutton’s three BTCC titles are the most since Andy Rouse in the mid-1980s.
Ricky Collard’s return to the BTCC in 2022
After a successful debut season in the GT world, Collard is ready to return to the British Touring Car Championship in 2022. He has signed a deal with Toyota Gazoo Racing UK and will drive a Toyota Corolla for the team in 2022. Collard has won two races in the GT World Challenge, while also claiming a class win at the Nurburgring 24hr. The 26-year-old is the son of 15-time BTCC winner Rob Collard and has already won several GT races. In addition to his father, Ricky will be driving a Toyota Corolla for the Speedworks squad.
Ingram’s performance in btcc 2022 qualifying
Ingram has a great chance of making a big impression on the BTCC in the future. His performance in BTCC 2022 qualifying has been hailed as one of the most exciting in recent memory. The two-time BTCC Independents’ champion has been impressive all season long, and he finished fourth overall, just six points behind the runner-up. His BTCC 2022 campaign will continue in a couple of months with the first round at the Indy Circuit at Brands Hatch.
Excerl8’s return to the BTCC in 2022
Jack Butel will return to the British Touring Car Championship in 2022 after joining Excelr8 Motorsport in 2021. The Australian racer had a surprise debut season in the previous season, claiming a double points score at Thruxton and equalling his career best finish at Knockhill. Unfortunately, his season ended early at Donington Park following a concussion. Butel will return to battle for the Jack Sears Trophy in 2022.