Daniel Rowbottom


Daniel Rowbottom’s career began in karting, winning the 2001 Super 1 National Comer Cadet Championship and the Renault Elite League – Super Libre title in 2005. A move to cars followed in 2008 with a season in the SEAT Cupra Championship, before funding halted his progression.

He returned to racing in 2015 in the Lotus Elise Trophy and moved into the Renault UK Clio Cup in 2016. He was a triple race-winner in the single-make series in 2018 on his way to fourth place in the overall standings.

Rowbottom made his BTCC debut in 2019 in a Ciceley Motorsport-run Mercedes-Benz A-Class and was due to stick with the squad for 2020 before the season was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which resulted in him unfortunately being unable to continue with the campaign.

In 2021 we saw Rowbottom return to the series in the Halfords Racing with Cataclean Honda Civic Type R, alongside team-mate Gordon Shedden, bagging his first pole podiums, pole position and even a maiden victory at Oulton Park. In addition to these accolades, Rowbottom also dominated the Jack Sears Trophy, sealing his victory in the category during the penultimate race weekend of the campaign.

The Kidderminster racer continues with the Team Dynamics-run squad in 2022, as he aims to build on the progress he made last year.


Season Results

Donington ParkQualifying9th
Race 19th
Race 212th
Race 3DNF
Brands Hatch IndyQualifying10th
Race 110th
Race 2DNF
Race 322nd
Race 15th
Race 25th
Race 34th
Oulton ParkQualifying6th
Race 19th
Race 226th
Race 312th
Race 13rd
Race 25th
Race 3DNF
Race 128th
Race 215th
Race 313th
Race 18th
Race 28th
Race 310th
Thruxton 2Qualifying8th
Race 17th
Race 27th
Race 36th
Race 118th
Race 218th
Race 318th
Brands Hatch GPQualifying15th
Race 112th
Race 213th
Race 3DNF

Driver Info

Nationality: British
Date of Birth: 18 February 1989
Place of Birth: Kidderminster, Worcestershire
Lives in: Worcestershire
Team: Halfords Racing with Cataclean
Car: Honda Civic Type R

BTCC Debut: Brands Hatch Indy, 2019

BTCC Races: 90
BTCC Wins: 1
BTCC Podiums: 5
BTCC Poles: 2
BTCC Fastest Laps: 2
BTCC Points: 378

Driver Titles

2021 Jack Sears Trophy

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