The all-new BMW 330i M Sport continues to turn heads as Andrew Jordan topped the opening free practice session of the 2019 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch.
West Surrey Racing only completed build of its three cars on the eve of last week’s official pre-season test at the Kent venue, but early signs suggest the Bavarian 3 Series has huge potential.
“It’s quick out of the box but it’s also quite hard to drive with that set-up,” said Jordan. “We tried some things from Season Launch and it’s probably a bit harder to drive than it was then. I was surprised at the time because it was tricky. You could probably get it a bit nicer to drive, and be comfortable lap in lap out but I’m not sure it’d be much quicker.