The British Touring Car Championship will feature a capacity 32-car grid for the second successive year.
The latest version of the Subaru XV crossover makes its global debut at Geneva ahead of going on sale in early 2018.
The BTCC was again action-packed in 2016. But winners don’t always provide the full story of the season – who most impressed us in 2016?
The British Touring Car Championship will again feature a capacity 32-car grid in 2017, with the Vauxhall badge returning amongst the 17 entered teams.
The Subaru BRZ sports coupe has been updated, with major changes across all areas of the car emphasising its track credentials.
BTCC title outsider Colin Turkington's Subaru starts from pole position for the first of three finale races, after a rain-hit qualifying
Subaru has announced a Forester Special Edition to mark the 50th Anniversary edition of its first boxer engine model, based on the Forester XC Premium model.
Jason Plato took Subaru's fourth win of the 2016 British Touring Car Championship in the opening race at Knockhill, in what was his 500th BTCC start.
Jason Plato's Subaru Levorg will start on pole position for the first race of the British Touring Car Championship's annual visit to Knockhill in Scotland.
Subaru's Colin Turkington triumphed in a race-long battle with Honda's Gordon Shedden at Snetterton's British Touring Car Championship opener, but the Irishman's start remains under investigation.
BMW capitalised as Subaru threw away a win, when their drivers made contact, in the second British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) race at Croft.
Round 11 of the British Touring Car Championship was lead by the BMW of Sam Tordoff followed by the Subaru's of Colin Turkington and Jason Plato.
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