"Simon Harrison" is a British racing driver who most notably won two National Saloon Car Championships in 1994 and 1999, as well as the Production Class of the British Touring Car Championship in 2001.

His career spanned 23 years and saw Harrison progress from winning his local karting championship at his first attempt, right the way through to being a professional driver in the World Touring Car Championship.

Harrison is best known for his time as a Peugeot factory driver in the 1995 British Touring Car Championship driving a PSA XU engine#XU9/405 Mi16. He secured this high profile drive after a very successful first season in saloons, winning the National Saloon Car Championship as part of the Team Castrol Honda scholarship squad. Prior to making the switch to saloons, Harrison had enjoyed considerable success in single seaters and had even been nominated for the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Award/McLaren Autosport Young Driver of the Year Award.

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We will aim to the Independents Trophy, however I would not be surprised to be fighting among the works drivers.

I am very much pleased with the car, ... This is the first time I drive a competitive Super 2000, and one of the few drives this year at all, as I have only done some races in the Asian Porsche Cup. The Accord is very sensitive to set-up changes, and very effective in any part of the circuit. I do look forward to a highly competitive race in Macau.