AUTOSPORT tests the BTCC title winner

AUTOSPORT tests the BTCC title winner

Just four days after Andrew Jordan clinched the 2013 BTCC title, AUTOSPORT's BEN ANDERSON got the unique chance of driving Eurotech's Honda Civic at Donington

Many motorsporting adventures begin as father-and-son bonding exercises, but rarely do they lead to a British Touring Car Championship title. That Andrew Jordan and his father Mike have achieved just that is a fairytale result for the Midlanders and their family-run Eurotech team.

That squad can trace its origins to ex-Formula Ford racer Mike's impulsive purchase of a 1972 Porsche 911E, which he used to win the 1987 Porsche Cup. Little could he have known that, a quarter of a century later, it would ultimately lead to his son claiming one of the biggest prizes in British motorsport.

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