Pirtek Racing

Pirtek has been a keen supporter and advocate for British motorsport for many years.   It was the primary sponsor of the highly successful Sheffield Tigers speedway team and retains close connections to the team to this day.   The company has also sponsored the NW200 road race.

But it is in the British Touring Car Championship where the synergies between the speed of the vehicles and the speed of Pirtek’s emergency on-site hose repair service have really bloomed.

Under its Pirtek Racing banner, the company is the primary sponsor of 2013 BTCC champion Andrew Jordan; its familiar logo and livery now a familiar sight on the winner’s podium and on ITV4’s coverage of the exhilarating sport.

About the Driver

Andrew Jordan

  • Nationality: British
  • Date of Birth: 24 May 1989
  • Place of Birth: Sutton Coldfield, Staffordshire
  • Lives: Lichfield, Staffordshire
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Twitter: @AndrewJordan77


BTCC Debut: Brands Hatch, 30 March 2008
BTCC Races: 298
BTCC Wins: 19
BTCC Podiums: 57
BTCC Poles: 6
BTCC Fastest Laps: 16

Career History

2017 BTCC: BMW Pirtek Racing - Ninth overall with three wins and helped BMW to secure the Manufacturer's/Constructor's title. Selected historic events and a race winning outing in the Pickup Truck Racing Championship

BTCC Independents Champion

BTCC Championship winner, Independent Team, and Independent driver.

Independent Driver and Team title champion. With 1 race win and 9 podiums, Jordan has set his targets on the overall championship for 2013.

Pirtek Racing - 1 win - 7 podiums 6th overall championship and 3rd independent.
Selected Ginetta outings for Ginetta works team.

Pirtek Racing - 2 wins - Croft and Brands Hatch.

Works Vauxhall driver - Youngest ever pole position holder, multiple podiums.
Selected GT races.

Debut season in BTCC. First ever father and son team, scoring 2 overall podiums and 2 Independent class wins.

Selected rounds in Renault Clio Cup - podiums and regular front runner.
British Rallycross Supercar Champion. Scoring 3 wins. Youngest ever Champion

Youngest ever driver in Rallycross supercars age 16(600bhp - 0-60mph in 2 seconds).
Youngest ever winner at age 17.
3rd Overall British Rallycross Championship scoring 2 wins.

British Junior Rallycross Champion.
BTRDA Junior Rallycross Champion.
Superseries Junior Rallycross Champion.
Ginetta Winter Series Champion.

BTRDA Junior Rallycross Champion.
British Junior Rallycross Championship, 4th. Top Rookie.

Junior Rallycross winter series Champion

About the Car

77 - Andrew Jordan

  • Engine/Drivetrain:
    • Two litre turbocharged Swindon engine built to TOCA standard, with fly-by-wire throttle control
    • Xtrac six speed sequential shift gearbox, with Xtrac machined driveshafts and gear lever mechanism with an AP racing carbon clutch
    • Equalised width of 1.875m fitted with FIA safety roll cage including anti-intrusion bars
    • Specified front aerodynamic bumper incorporating a flat floor, apertures for radiator, and brake cooling ducts with the provision of intercooler side exits
    • Aerodynamic body kit to incorporate wheel arch, side skirts, front and rear bumpers
    • FIA specification fuel cell to include all ancillaries
    • Exhaust system include catalyst & silencer system
    • Air jack system
    • Specified 18 inch centre lock wheel
  • Suspension and Brakes:
    • Full front sub–frame incorporating suspen­sion, brakes, steering transmission and engine location that attaches to specified roll cage locations
    • Rear sub–frame attaches to specified roll cage locations
    • Multi–adjustable double wishbone suspension
    • AP six pot callipers with ventilated discs front
    • AP two pot callipers with discs rear
    • AP racing pedal box assembly to incorpo­rate throttle and clutch pedal assemblies
    • Handbrake
  • Electronics:
    • Specified package to incorporate the con­trol and delivery of engine, gearbox, data logging and a scrutineering logger for the BTCC championship organisers




2020 Race Calendar

7 April 2019

Round 1 - Brands Hatch Indy

28 April 2019

Round 2 - Donington Park

19 May 2019

Round 3 - Thruxton

16 June 2019

Round 4 - Croft

30 June 2019

Round 5 - Oulton Park

4 August 2019

Round 6 - Snetterton

18 August 2019

Round 7 - Thruxton

15 September 2019

Round 8 - Knockhill

29 September 2019

Round 9 - Silverstone

13 October 2019

Round 10 - Brands Hatch GP