Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 38. Chapters: Adam Wilcox, Alistair Fenwick, Andy Priaulx, Anthony Mayman, Arthur Waite (racing driver), Ben Edwards (commentator), Bob Berridge, Charles Rickett, Chris Ashmore, Chris Swanwick, Clifford Earp, Dan Wells (racing driver), Dario Resta, Dave Coyne, David Andrews (racing driver), David Cook (racing driver), David Mercer (racing driver), David Shepherd (racing driver), Dominic Chappell, Dudley Wood, Duncan Hamilton (racing driver), Gary Ayles, Gary Evans (racing driver), Geoff Richardson (racing driver), Graham Davis (racing driver), Gregor Fisken, Ian Astley, Innes Ireland, James Grunwell, James Matthews (racing driver), James Walker (racing driver), Jay Bridger, John Sheldon (racing driver), Jonathan Baker (racing driver), Jon Barnes, Josh Hill (racing driver), Kenelm Lee Guinness, Lance Reventlow, Luis Fontés, Mark Galvin, Mark Goddard (racing driver), Mark Thatcher, Maurice Arnold de Forest, Max Payne (racing driver), Menasheh Idafar, Michael Mallock, Mike Newton (racing driver), Nick Adams (racing driver), Nigel Albon, Paul Rees, Paul Smith (racing driver), Phil Andrews, Richard Jones (racing driver), Richard Piper, Richard Singleton, Robin Donovan, Robin Smith (racing driver), Shaun Balfe, Sticky Torrens, Susie Wolff, Terry Fullerton, Tim Lee-Davey, Tom Ingram, Tony Greig. Excerpt: Andrew Graham Priaulx, MBE (born 8 August 1973 in Guernsey) is a British racing driver from Guernsey. He is a European Touring Car Championship champion, three times World Touring Car Championship champion and the only FIA Touring Car champion to win an International level championship for four consecutive years (2004 to 2007). The previous record was Roberto Ravaglia's three successive championships (1986-1988). Priaulx has competed in many types of motorsport, beginning in karting at the minimum age of eight. After a brief flirtation with powerboat racing, he started hillclimbing while still a teenager, sharing a car with his father Graham. It was quickly apparent that he had great natural ability, and few people were surprised when he took the British Hillclimb Championship title in 1995. After this, he made the switch to circuit racing, where after a relatively low-key couple of years in Formula Renault UK Championship and British Formula 3 he eventually demonstrated his skills were transferable by switching to the Renault Spider championship in 1998, completely dominating it in 1999. His career stalled somewhat when he returned to British Formula 3 in 2000-01. He had some success at this level, but despite finishing sixth in the championship in 2001 was unable to progress further up the single-seater ladder. Priaulx driving a BMW 320si WTCC car.In 2001 Priaulx had a pair of British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) guest drives for the Egg Vauxhall team, standing in for the suspended Phil Bennett. He stunned the regulars by taking pole position on his debut at Oulton Park, demonstrating that his future appeared to lie in that direction. The following year he was signed by the works Honda BTCC team for their 2002 campaign. He won one race and finished on the podium in two others, and the following season was signed by Bart Mampaey's BMW UK team for their European Touring Car Championship (ETCC) effort. He was in contention for the title until late in the year, eve
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