Andy Rouse

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  • Andy Rouse is regarded by many people as one of the most successful drivers ever to appear in the BSCC.
  • Allam's victory had moved him into third place in the championship after Andy Rouse was plagued by engine problems early in the race.
  • Andy Rouse won his third consecutive BSCC championship in a Ford Sierra, making it a record four titles in total.
  • Cleland would also win the second round, held at Thruxton, ahead of works Toyota driver Andy Rouse.
  • His win was also his 60th, equalling Andy Rouse's BTCC record.
  • Victory quickly followed as Lloyd and driver Andy Rouse won their class in their home event, the 1000 km Brands Hatch.
  • By now Andy Rouse had pretty much dropped out of contention for the title and would focus on supporting teammate Will Hoy's championship bid.
  • Second place overall was Phil Dowsett who dominated class D. Andy Rouse finished third on points, winning nine races outright of the twelve rounds.
  • The title was won by Andy Rouse in a Rover Vitesse, claiming his third BSCC title.
  • The cars, prepared by former series champion Andy Rouse, did not enter the 1993 season until the 8th round at Pembrey in Wales.
  • Andy Rouse's seat was taken over by Julian Bailey, and the new shape Carina E GTi replaced the older model.
  • In 1981, Rouse set up his own engineering company, Andy Rouse Engineering, taking many of the ex-Broadspeed employees with him.
  • Ford was second and third with Radisich and Andy Rouse, while a sixth place from Soper closed the gap between him and Winkelhock to twelve points.
  • Up front Andy Rouse only just claimed the win a tenth of a second ahead of Jeff Allam and seven tenths ahead of David Leslie in third.
  • Andy Rouse won his second drivers title in an Alfa Romeo GTV6 after the disqualification of the works Rovers.
  • For 1995 he had his first full BTCC season, replacing the retiring Andy Rouse in Rouse's Ford team.
  • In 1975 Andy Rouse won the British Touring Car Championship outright by taking the driver's title in a Sprint.
  • WSR moved to the BTCC in 1996 having been chosen to run the works Ford team, with Andy Rouse having left running the team to attempt to establish his own Nissan team.
  • Andy Rouse finished third for Toyota, and Steve Soper ended up fourth overall despite missing several races due to clashing commitments in the German DTM championship.
  • Will Hoy led away in the Toyota after the restart, but was later passed by both Paul Radisich and Andy Rouse, who took a one-two finish for Ford.
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