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Tuesday, February 13 2018
Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship squad Eurotech
Racing has confirmed that Brett Smith will complete its driver
line-up for the 2018 season, which gets underway at Brands Hatch on
Brett is the son of Eurotech driver and Team Principal Jeff
Smith, who was sidelined by injuries sustained in qualifying at
Croft. Smith junior made his BTCC debut at Snetterton and scored
points in the third race before just missing out on a top ten
finish in the penultimate round at Brands Hatch, having topped the
second practice session.
Smith dovetailed his BTCC duties with a successful MINI
CHALLENGE JCW campaign in which he was crowned champion. The
25-year-old will join race-winner Jack Goff and Matt Simpson in the
squad's Honda Civic Type Rs as it targets the independent teams'
and drivers' titles.
"Obviously the circumstances around me coming into the BTCC
weren't ideal," said Brett. "It would have been great to share the
grid with my dad as I have done in the MINI CHALLENGE, though we
are all still hoping that can be realised with a swift
"Nevertheless, it's always been a dream of mine to race in the
BTCC. It has a rich history, and it's an unrivalled spectacle but
for me it's the challenge of beating 31 other drivers who on their
day are also capable of beating you.
"There are very few other championships in the world which can
lay claim to that and it's my intention this year to build upon the
steady progress I made between Snetterton to Brands Hatch and to be
towards the front, challenging for podiums and, with a little bit
of reverse grid luck, possibly even a win in 2018."
"The BTCC is a monumental step up from any other UK
championship," added Eurotech Team Principal Jeff Smith. "With
Brett having had no testing in the Honda Civic Type R, we were
initially quite conservative on car set up.
"Whilst I have always been aware of Brett's natural talent as a
driver, I like many others were taken aback by just how quickly he
got to grips with BTCC. As we saw in Free Practice at the final
race weekend at Brands, he was fully committed.
"Unfortunately in qualifying, he was caught out by the rapidly
changing conditions. Had this not happened, I'm sure he would have
been right at the sharp end and would have got his maiden podium.
Given this success, I see no reason for Brett not to be challenging
very hard this year and look forward to seeing him on the
Tickets for all MSV BTCC rounds in 2018 are on sale now,
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