Tom Chilton

Tom Chilton

Thomas James Chilton (born 15 March 1985 in Reigate) is a British auto racing driver. He has spent most of his career competing in the BTCC; he is a former factory Vauxhall and Honda driver. He currently drives for RML in the World Touring Car Championship. His younger brother Max Chilton, who is also a racing driver, made his Formula One début in 2013.

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... and Colin Turkington's place was taken by Tom Chilton moving from Honda ... Tom Chilton struggled to learn the car, Fabrizio Giovanardi also had issues trying to learn the car and tracks ... then won another race at Brands Hatch, Tom Chilton and Gavin Smith went through the season without a win ...
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... VX Racing down sized to a two car team retaining Fabrizio Giovanardi and Tom Chilton ... While the season was successful for Giovanardi Tom Chilton again had a challenging season without a win and an eventual 9th in the championship ... Seat brought in Tom Coronel while Vauxhall brought in Alain Menu the 1997 champion with Renault and 2000 champion with Ford ...
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... Alain Menu, Anthony Reid 2000 Alain Menu, Anthony Reid, Rickard Rydell 2009 Tom Chilton, Alan Morrison, Tom Onslow-Cole 2010 Tom Chilton, Tom Onslow-Cole 2011 Tom Chilton, Tom ...

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