Andrew Jordan Stays With WSR For 2020
After much anticipation, the waiting is over...
Since the Pirtek announced their exit from the BTCC, the question of a 2020 drive has been looming over Jordan's head. It was up to WSR whether or not to give him a drive, or to only field the 2 Team BMW entries they already had. Thankfully, WSR chose to still field 3 entries, but with them all carrying the white livery with the iconic M sport colours and the Team BMW name.
Once 2019 was said and done, Andrew Jordan was tied with Dan Cammish for second in the championship and only 2 points adrift off winning the title with 318 points. Jordan drove perfectly throughout the 2019 season with a brilliant comeback at the first visit to Thruxton after a massive crash at Donington (the previous round) that put his car into the repair bay, and him in hospital.
It was extremely unclear where Jordan would go in 2020 with many curveballs being thrown by Andrew himself. He posted pictures of his Porshce 911 cup car frequently. Additionally, British GT made an announcement for the GT4 class today, and most people were expecting Jordan to be revealed.
It will be nice to see Andrew Jordan staying in the BTCC, and in a competetive car and team. Time to see if he can win the championship...