British Truck Racing Association Championship

Weighing in at more than five tonnes and producing more than 1000bhp, there is nothing that quite rivals the British Truck Racing Championship.

Despite being limited to 100mph, the action is fast-paced with plenty of door-to-door moments coming from both Divisions, of which are split depending on the truck specification.

For 2018, the BARC have undertaken the role of promoters and administers with the aim of continuing to move the championship forward.

2018 Calendar - British Truck Racing Association Championship

2018 Standings - British Truck Racing Association Championship

2015 Driver Standings after Brands Hatch
2016 Driver Standings after Brands Hatch
2017 Driver Standings after Brands Hatch

2018 Reports - British Truck Racing Association Championship

Results coming soon

2018 Downloads - British Truck Racing Association Championship

2018 BARC Health & Safety Guidance
2018 BARC Standing Regulations
2018 Registration Form
2018 Entry Form
2018 Championship Regulations

Latest News - British Truck Racing Association Championship

BTRA headlines blockbuster Brands Hatch bank holiday weekend meeting

The BTRA Truck Racing Championship headlined what proved to be a bumper bank holiday weekend at Brands Hatch (April 1/2) for the British Automobile Racing Club, with a total of seven championships in action.

Brands Hatch set for BARC Easter extravaganza

A blockbuster bank holiday weekend (April 1/2) lies ahead at Brands Hatch as the British Truck Racing Association Championship headlines a bumper bill of track action around the Indy circuit.

Champions celebrated at BARC Championships Awards Evening

Race suits were swapped for dinner jackets and ball gowns this past Saturday (17th February) as we honoured our 2017 champions at the annual BARC Championships Awards Evening.

Glen Horncastle appointed Championship Director of British Truck Racing

Following on from the news that the British Automobile Racing Club will now promote and administer the series, Glen Horncastle has been appointed as Championship Director of British Truck Racing.

BARC assumes role as British Truck Racing Championship promoters and administers

The British Automobile Racing Club can confirm that it will assume the role of promoters and administrators of the British Truck Racing Association Championship with immediate effect.

Championship Director | Glen Horncastle - glen@truckracinguk.net