BTCC extends Getac partnership

Taiwanese company continues position as official technology partner for second year.

The British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) has extended its technology partnership with Taiwan-based Getac for the 2023 season.


  • Getac signs on as official technology partner for second year
  • Fourth year overall in partnership with BTCC
  • Getac to troubleshoot complex technical issues and deliver skills-based training for drivers


Over the past two seasons, Getac has supported the BTCC’s transition to a digitally-led organisation. During this effort, the BTCC has replaced traditional paper-based data recording with Getac rugged devices and new digital processes that streamline operations and bolster teams’ data analytics capabilities throughout each race meeting.


Alan Gow, chief executive of the BTCC, said: “Competitive motorsport is all about innovation, and our partnership with Getac embodies this. We’re confident that the racing experience we offer British Touring Car Championship fans and spectators everywhere the world over is the best it’s ever been, and with the help of Getac, it will only continue to get better.”

Coming next:

The partnership is for the 2023 season, which only has three rounds remaining. Up next, Donington Park in Leicestershire plays host to BTCC on 26th and 27th August.

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