Honda and BMW BTCC
Since 2000 the BTCC has had 3 sets of major engine regulation changes, for each of these, Neil Brown Engineering has developed an engine that has scored countless race wins and 6 championship wins.
During the 90s, the RAC British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) became the most popular motorsport series outside of F1. After being appointed by Honda in 1990 to design, manufacture and build engines in the Super Touring car categories in England, Germany and Belgium, our 2-litre Super Touring car engine helped Honda win numerous races between 1995 and 2000. We won back to back Championships in 2005 and 2006.
The Honda K20 engine was the first to the 2002 BTCC regulations, followed by an engine to suit the S2000 and currently an engine to suit the NGTCE Regulations.
Since 2012 we have also developed a BMW 2.0l engine to meet the NGTCE regulations, with this engine most recently winning the 2014 championship.