BTCC-outfit Triple Eight Racing ceases trading

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The British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) team Triple Eight Racing has been dissolved as a company. The title-winning outfit will no longer feature on the British racing circuit.

Created by Derek Warwick, Ian Harrison and Roland Dane, the UK-branch of Triple Eight Racing made its BTCC debut in 1997 by running the works Vauxhall team left by RML.

The Supercar operation, Triple Eight Race Engineering, remains independent of the British Touring Car Championship team and will be unaffected.

The firm was dissolved by Companies House on November 13.

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