|Date of Birth||8/8/1974|
|Date of Death||Unknown|
|Total Entries||0 (0 Starts)|
|Wins||0 (0 in Class)|
|Team||Team IHG Rewards Club|
Andrew Graham Priaulx MBE is a touring car driver from Guerney and three time World Touring Car Champion. Priaulx made his BTCC debut in 2001, and won his first and only race at Knockhill in 2002.
He returns in 2015 after a 13-year absence.
Born in Guernsey, Priaulx has competed in many types of motorsport, beginning in karting at the minimum age of eight. After a brief flirtation with powerboat racing, he started hillclimbing while still a teenager, sharing a car with his father Graham. It was quickly apparent that he had great natural ability, and few people were surprised when he took the British Hillclimb Championship title in 1995.
After this, he made the switch to circuit racing, where after a relatively low-key couple of years in Formula Renault UK Championship and British Formula 3 he eventually demonstrated his skills were transferable by switching to the Renault Spider championship in 1998, completely dominating it in 1999. His career stalled somewhat when he returned to British Formula 3 in 2000–01. He had some success at this level, but despite finishing sixth in the championship in 2001 was unable to progress further up the single-seater ladder.
Priaulx debuted in the BTCC at Oulton, scoring a maiden pole position on his debut which was a one-off appearance in a Vauxhall Astra. He appeared for a full season in 2002 and won his first race at Knockhill. After 2002, he left to compete in the European Touring Car Championship, the World Touring Car Championship (which he won in 2005, 2006 and 2007) and the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters.
He returned to the BTCC in 2015.
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