On Track with Andrew Jordan: Podcast

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What’s it like to be a BTCC racing driver? How do the top drivers get themselves mentally ready for the next round or overcome the effects of a serious crash?

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Title contender Andrew Jordan talks openly about his 2019 BTCC journey in a new podcast series – On Track – produced by sponsor Revive! and available in Apple Podcasts and on Spotify.

Andrew said: “When the idea of the podcast was suggested, it made total sense to me. It’s a great way to be able to talk directly to the BTCC fans and have a chance to reflect on races once the adrenalin has worn off!”

With almost 32,000 followers on Twitter, Andrew interacts frequently with his fans. Hosted by Revive!’s marketing manager Elliott Clarkson, the aim of the show is to give fans of the 2013 BTCC champion even more.

There’s frank discussions about the latest races, insightful glimpses behind the scenes and interesting conversations about Andrew’s life outside of BTCC including his historic car business JRT, his work with Goodwood and other more personal updates.

Elliott Clarkson explained; “Revive smart repair franchisees have sponsored Andrew Jordan for eight years now and we see him more as a brand ambassador than just somebody we sponsor. Each year he attends our company’s annual conference where a Q and A session with him is one of the event’s highlights.

“The rapport between me and Andrew was so good this year we decided to use podcasting as a platform to take the Q&A to a wider audience and give Andrew a chance to talk directly to his fans.”

With five wins under his belt and seven podiums so far, the current episode of On Track recorded this week explores how Andrew is feeling halfway through the BTCC season. He also gives his opinion on the Jake Hill/Matt Neal incident from Oulton Park and his thoughts on the role social media plays in motor sports. The podcast finishes with Andrew talking about his role at Goodwood and his views on electric cars in racing.

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