29th February 2016
Centurion sign deal with Andrew Jordan - BTCC Champion 2013.
Moving in to this coming year’s BTCC Championship - Centurion are excited to confirm that we will be supporting Andrew Jordan, racing for Motorbase in the Mountune Ford Focus ST.
Jordan started his racing career in 2003 in the Junior Rally Cross Championship going on to win the winter series in his first season. He was also the BTRDA Junior Rally Cross Champion in 2004.
He had further success until 2008 and then decided to switch to the BTCC joining the Eurotech John Guest Honda Integra Team.
Jordan announced his partnership with Kent's based Motorbase Team at the end of October 2015 after splitting from MG’s Triple Eight Racing after a disappointing season. Following Matt Jackson's success in the Focus in the second half of the championship in 2015 and the subsequent development of the car for the 2016 series, Jordan has been tipped as a potential champion for the coming season and is expected to appear at the front of the field and on the podium throughout 2016.
Centurion will be at Brands Hatch for both opening and closing BTCC meetings in April and October.