Saloon Car Career
- (1994 National Saloon Car Championship with Team Castrol Honda. Championship win, 6 race wins, 8 pole positions, 4 lap records.
- 1995 British Touring Car Championship for Total Team Peugeot, the youngest driver in the series.
- 1996 Touring car test & reserve driver for Honda Europe.
- 1998 Spa 24 Hours for Honda.
- 1999 National Saloon Car Championship driving a Honda Integra Type-R for GR Motorsport. Championship win, 5 race wins, 6 pole positions, 4 lap records.
- 2000 National Saloon Car Championship driving a Ford Focus for GR Motorsport, fourth place.
- 2001 British Touring Car Championship Production Class driving a Peugeot 306 GTi6. Championship win, 8 race wins, 8 pole positions, 3 lap records.
- 2002 Macau Grand Prix driving a Honda Integra Type-R, setting a new lap record.
- 2003 World Touring Car Championship driving a Honda Civic Type-R for GR Motorsport.
- 2004 Macau Grand Prix driving a Honda Accord Type-R for JAS Motorsport.
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