WSR are pleased to announce a new partnership with renowned motorsport design studio Racing Line Designs.

As part of the collaboration, Racing Line Designs will create a limited-edition bespoke piece of artwork for each of the remaining five rounds of the 2023 British Touring Car Championship, starting at Croft on July 29-30.

Prints of the artwork will be distributed to VIP guests of WSR and its partners on-site at each event and will be available to purchase in sizes from A4 up to A0 immediately afterwards online.

A limited number will be signed by drivers Colin Turkington, Stephen Jelley, Adam Morgan and Jake Hill, which will also be available to buy via the Racing Line Designs website.

Racing Line Designs was established in 2015 by James Potts and initially focused on creative pieces for private sale and display, including a number of popular artworks based on WSR-built BMW racing cars.

The studio had expanded in recent years to create official artwork and liveries for a customer base including IMSA and the European Le Mans Series as well as competitors in the FIA World Endurance Championship and Nurburgring 24 Hours.

James Potts, founder, Racing Line Designs, said: “It’s an absolute pleasure to collaborate with WSR on this project. My passion for motorsport has been there since I was a child and has fed all the creativity and enthusiasm that’s been put into Racing Line Designs since 2015. To be able to do this with a team as established WSR, who have been winning races and championships for over 40 years, is something very special and we look forward to creating five pieces of artwork that we hope touring car fans will love.”

Carl Mitchell, Sporting & Operations Manager, WSR, said: “We’ve been fans of Racing Line Designs’ work for a number of years here at WSR. The style they bring to their art is bold and innovative; two qualities we try to bring to our racing too. We’re certain that fans of the team are going to jump at the chance to own a piece of what we hope will be a history-making season for us in the BTCC.”