Since joining the BTCC back in 1992, Team Dynamics have built and raced competitive BMWs, Nissans, Vauxhalls, before establishing a long relationship with Honda, racing Integras and multiple generations of Civics which have dominated the series over the last decade.
By the time Matt Neal, son of founder Steve, took home a massive cheque for £250,000 as the first independent driver to win a BTCC race back in 1999 at Donington in his Nissan Primera, he was on his way to his third of six independent driver's titles. Matt has gone on to win three BTCC driver championships, his last back in 2011.
2005/2006 saw a Team Dynamics prepared Honda Integra, driven by Matt Neal, become the first independent to win back to back teams' and drivers' championships in 21 years.
2012 saw Honda become the first manufacturer to enter a Civic built fully to NGTC specification which Gordon Shedden promptly drove to his first championship, bringing the team's tally of BTCC titles to an incredible 22, including five drivers' and five teams' championships.
The team's dominance continued in 2013 when Pirtek Racing's Andrew Jordan took the driver's title in a Team Dynamics built Civic, delivering a fourth manufacturers championship in a row for Honda into the bargain.
Never scared to push back the boundaries, Neal and Shedden drove Honda Civic Tourers in the 2014 championship which saw Shedden drive to the first ever 'estate' car victory in BTCC history before winning his second drivers title in the new Type R in dramatic fashion in 2015.
In addition numerous accolades have been won by the team in racing series around the world including The Asian Touring Car Championship, Swedish Touring Cars and the Asian GT Series.