Andy Priaulx is a legend of tin-top racing having taken three straight titles in the World Touring Car Championship between 2005 and 2007.
Priaulx, driving for BMW, had also won the previous year’s European Touring Car Championship, making it four titles on the trot in a series where weight penalties are applied, supposedly to stop any driver from dominating.
He has since branched out into other forms of racing, with stints in the DTM and British Touring Car Championship followed by a factory call-up to Ford Chip Ganassi Racing’s FIA WEC and Le Mans 24 Hours GTE Pro squad.
The Guernseyman reached his first ROC Nations Cup final in 2009 alongside Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button. He repeated the feat in 2010 with fellow tin-top specialist Jason Plato, defeating Team Germany's Sebastian Vettel before narrowly losing out to Michael Schumacher in the tie-break. However, it was on home ground at London’s Olympic Stadium in 2015 that Priaulx and Plato produced their greatest performance en route to the ROC Nations Cup title. Priaulx has also reached the individual Race Of Champions semi-finals three times, most recently in 2010.
3x FIA World Touring Car Champion (2005, 2006, 2007)
FIA European Touring Car Champion (2004)
Nurburgring 24 Hours winner (2005)
Ford Chip Ganassi Racing factory driver in FIA WEC GTE Pro (2016 – current)
2008: 4th in FIA World Touring Car Championship with 1 win
2005: Official Test Driver for BMW Williams F1 Team
2003: 3rd in European Touring Car Championship with 1 win
2002: 5th in British Touring Car Championship with 1 win
2001: 6th in British Formula 3 with 1 win
1999: Renault Spider Champion with 13 wins, 13 poles and 11 fastest laps from 13 races
1998: Runner-up in Formula Palmer Audi Winter Series
1995: British Hillclimb Champion with 10 wins and 8 course records from 10 events
Years contested: 2006-2012, 2015 & 2019 (9)
2015 ROC Nations Cup winner with Jason Plato (Team GB)
2010 ROC Semi-finalist, ROC Nations Cup Finalist for Team GB with Jason Plato
2009 ROC Nations Cup Finalist for Team Autosport Great Britain with Jenson Button
2008 ROC Semi-finalist, ROC Nations Cup Semi-finalist for Team Autosport Great Britain with Jenson Button
2007 ROC Semi-finalist, ROC Nations Cup Semi-finalist for Team Autosport England with Jenson Button