BARC TV: What’s On This Weekend – July 6/7

The British Automobile Racing Club takes centre stage with on home turf this weekend (July 6/7) as the British Truck Racing Championship headlines Convoy on the Plain at Thruxton Circuit.

On what promises to be a full-throttle feast of entertainment around the fastest circuit in the country, five colossal contests from the titans of truck racing are guaranteed to have everyone on the edge of their seats.

Making up the all-action support bill is the likes of the Junior Saloon Car Championship, Pickup Truck Racing Championship, MGOC Championship, Hyundai Coupe Cup and Track Action.

Make sure you don’t miss any of the on-track entertainment by using the key timings and links below:

Saturday 6th July | Thruxton | 12:25 | WATCH HERE
Sunday 7th July | Thruxton | 10:30 | WATCH HERE

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Issue 2 of Apex Magazine now available to read for all BARC members

Issue 2 of the British Automobile Racing Club’s official magazine, Apex, is now available to read, with copies having hit members doorsteps in recent weeks.

Packed with the latest news and centre reports, as well as Martin Hunt’s Marshal Matters and the customary piece from The Intercooler, the bumper edition of the magazine also includes a number of must-read features too.

This latest issues sees the Club sit down with singe-seater star Abbi Pulling while Sam Osborne gives his take on the British Truck Racing Championship, after getting a last-minute call up to race at Pembrey back in May.

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Festival of Speed and Revival dates revealed for next year

Goodwood has announced its 2025 dates for both the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard and the Revival.

Following on from pencilling in the 82nd Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport – which is slated for April 12/13 – the West Sussex venue has now also announced the remaining dates of what promises to be another full-throttle year of all things speed.

The 2025 Goodwood Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard will once again bring together the world’s greatest names in motorsport, motoring and technology for yet another summer celebration; with the taking place between July 10-13.

Later in the year, Goodwood will then step back in time on September 12-14 for the Revival, which is a spectacular celebration of the Motor Circuit as it was between 1948 and 1966.

To find out more information on all Goodwood motorsport events in 2025, visit

Goodwood announces 82nd Members’ Meeting dates

Goodwood has announced that the 82nd Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport will take place on April 12/13 2025.

Once again kicking off the Goodwood motorsport season, the two-day event will see Members and Fellows of the Goodwood Road Racing Club witness what promises to be a packed weekend of motorsport, off-track activities and plenty else besides.

Among some of the unmissable attractions will be a full timetable of historic racing which features everything from the pre-war Edwardian machines of the S.F. Edge Trophy, to the ever-entertaining Group 1 racers of the Gordon Spice Trophy and the historic motorcycles of the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy.

Exact details for the 82nd Members’ Meeting presented by Audrain Motorsport are due to be revealed in the coming weeks and months.

BARC to create Heritage brand for classic and historic racing

The British Automobile Racing Club has announced that it will create a new brand under the “BARC Heritage” banner.

Designed to cater for older racing and machinery, the BARC Heritage line signals a strong desire by the BARC to re-establish its credentials in the retro, classic and historic racing space. The announcement was made at last weekend’s hugely successful Thruxton Historic race meeting, which boasted a great racing line-up of incredible older cars from the 1950s right up to the 1990s.

In deference to the extraordinary history of the UK’s oldest racing club, BARC Heritage will utilise the original BARC shield logo that was taken out of commission in 2014, but which still adorns the pitlane at Goodwood Race Circuit.

BARC has engaged seasoned historic racer and event organiser, Rob Manger, to lead the BARC Heritage push. Manger is the driving force behind the stunningly successful revival of the Jochen Rindt Trophy for single seater racing cars up to 2-litres that has appeared at the Thruxton Historic meeting every year since 2021.

Ben Taylor, BARC CEO, said: “The BARC has been around in one form or another for more than 110 years and consequently boasts the most amazing history. We have talked for a long time about making more of the club’s heritage and the time seems right to get something started now.

“The retro scene is very relevant and popular and although BARC has the fabulous Classic Touring Car Racing Club, we haven’t been properly represented in this space for a while. It’s an area that we want to get back into, so we just need to remind people that BARC has great credentials in this area and we’re serious about this sector of the sport.

“We already organise more than 20 club race meetings a year, as well as the BTCC package and of course the three Goodwood events. We have also had great feedback from the Thruxton Historic, so we are confident in our ability to put on quality race events that competitors really enjoy. We are absolutely not looking to compete with the big historic meetings and festivals, but we do think we might be able to offer something for the competitors who just want to go racing for fun with their friends at decent circuits for a fair price.”

Rob Manger, BARC Heritage, added: “BARC is such a great institution and has an amazing history, but it can definitely make more of it. What I have learned from running the JRT is that these drivers, with their lovely cars, just want to be able to race them a few times a year. They don’t necessarily want the bells and whistles of the big invitation-only meetings, or to chase a championship, but they do like to feel that they are wanted, respected, are getting value for money and that they won’t always be the last race on a Sunday!

“From the conversations that I have been having, it seems there might be an opportunity for BARC to offer a home to a couple of championships, or just bring in the odd race here and there. The message is come and talk to us and let’s see what’s possible under this new BARC Heritage banner.”

Tom Ingram, Josh Cook and Jake Hill triumph as BTCC hits half-way mark

The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship reached the halfway mark of the 2024 season in blockbuster fashion this past weekend (June 22/23) as Tom Ingram, Josh Cook and Jake Hill blasted their way to victory at Oulton Park.

Basked in glorious sunshine, qualifying kicked proceedings off on Saturday afternoon and the session belonged to Team BRISTOL MOTORS’ Ingram as he obliterated the existing BTCC lap record to secure a second successive pole position in the series; taking his tally to three for the season.

In what proved to be a relentless battle in the Cheshire sun, Ingram went almost half a second quicker than last year’s pole time to claim bragging rights, while NAPA Racing UK’s Ash Sutton delivered another stunning performance to join him on the front row.

Behind the top two were the stablemates of Ingram and Sutton as the trio of Dan Cammish, Tom Chilton and Dan Rowbottom filled third, fourth and fifth on the grid for the first of Sunday’s three races.

There was no denying Ingram in the opening bout on Sunday as he withstood an early challenge from Sutton to clinch not only a third win of the season but also the 30th of his career.

Fans were treated to a thrilling start to the race as two of the series’ leading lights went wheel-to-wheel, with contact being made between them at both the Island hairpin and Hislops chicane. Despite Sutton’s best efforts Ingram maintained the lead throughout and that was to be that for the reminder of the contest as Ingram led home Sutton and Cammish.

LKQ Euro Car Parts with SYNETIQ driver Cook then opened his account for the season in race two as he powered his way to glory after producing one of the finest opening laps in recent memory.

Starting in eighth and on the Goodyear soft tyre, the Toyota Corolla racer avoided a melee at turn one before then blitzing the top four to take the lead by the end of the first tour. Once out front Cook steadily pulled clear of the chasing pack to take the chequered flag by more than eight seconds over Ingram and Hill who were second and third.

The Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport BMW of Hill then capped off a scorching day of racing by claiming victory in the reverse grid finale on the last lap.

Hill – who is undoubtedly in the form of his life at the moment – hunted down long-time race leader Mikey Doble before making a decisive move on final tour to net him a fifth win of the season.

Despite relinquishing the lead in the final moments, Doble recorded a first-ever finish in the BTCC and he did so by leading home team-mate Aron Taylor-Smith for a maiden Power Maxed Racing double podium.

Heading into the series’ annual summer break, Hill holds a slender advantage over Ingram at the top of the Drivers’ Championship whilst Ford and NAPA Racing UK currently lead the way in the Manufacturer-Constructors Championship and Teams’ Championship respectively.

Taylor-Smith and Evans Halshaw Power Maxed Racing head the standings in both the Independent Drivers’ and Independent Teams’ categories, with Doble proving to be the driver to beat in the Jack Sears Trophy after five events.

To view the full classification of results from all BTCC sessions at Oulton Park, CLICK HERE.

The BTCC season recommences on the weekend of July 27/28; where Croft Circuit plays host to Rounds 16, 17 and 18.

Tickets for the BTCC’s annual trip to North Yorkshire can be purchased online at

TOCA support bill delivers Oulton Park scorcher

Oulton Park played host to a blockbuster two days of TOCA support championship action this past weekend (June 22/23) as the 2024 campaign reached the half-way point in typically dramatic fashion.

Sharing the bill with the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship in Cheshire, four one-make categories wrote the latest spectacular chapter of their seasons as they delivered an array of thrills and spills for the bumper crowd that was in attendance.

Nathan Edwards enjoyed a dream weekend in the Vertu MINI CHALLENGE JCW as he reigned supreme, starting both races from pole position and then duly following it up with two impressive wins. 

Race one around the 2.26-mile circuit saw Edwards produce a clinical display as he converted his front row start into a maiden victory. Nailing the launch as the lights went out, the EXCELR8 driver held firm out front to triumph despite coming under pressure from Nelson King and Tom Ovenden.

Edwards then repeated the feat in race two as he again didn’t put a wheel wrong out front to emerge victorious, with Ovenden this time leading home King after a fraught battle for the remaining podium honours.

The Porsche Sprint Challenge Great Britain saw Thomas Bradshaw make a welcome return to the winners enclosure as he took the fight to Sebastian Hopkins in the overall battle for the coveted championship crown.

Hopkins picked up where he left off at the last round and scored victory in the weekend’s opening contest however he could do nothing to stop Bradshaw in his Toro Verde GT machine from romping to the top step of the podium in the remaining two races.

Some of the closest on-track battles over the course of the weekend came in the Vertex Caterham Seven UK Championship, which was making its first appearance of the season on the support bill of the UK’s premier motorsport series. 

All three races ended with just a handful of seconds covering the lead protagonists; something that has become a staple of Caterham racing down the years. Paul Donkin triumphed in the weekend’s opening race before Lewis Thompson then struck back – twice.

Returning to the BTCC support package was also the all-action Hagerty Radical Cup UK – having last featured at Snetterton in late May – where an ultra-competitive grid served up three captivating contests.

As he has done on countless occasions already this year, Chris Lulham was the driver to beat as he snared pole position and he then streaked clear of the chasing pack to claim a commanding hat-trick of race wins. 

To view the full classification of results from all sessions at Oulton Park, CLICK HERE.

Thruxton serves up retro-themed thrills at annual Historic meeting

Thruxton Circuit rolled back the years this past weekend (June 22/23) as a bumper trackside crowd was taken on a captivating trip down memory lane for the annual Thruxton Historic meeting.

One of the standout events on the UK motorsport calendar since it first debuted back in 2018 as part of the venues 50th Anniversary celebrations, the two-day spectacle once again brought together legendary machines and racers for an adrenaline rush like no other.

Undoubtedly one of the headline acts of the weekend was the prestigious two-part Jochen Rindt Trophy; which celebrated the best single-seater race cars – with up to 2-litre engines – from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

Second place in the opening contest was followed up by a hard-fought victory in the finale for Tom Smith, which secured him the overall bragging rights for this year.

Further single-seater thrills were on display courtesy of the Heroes of FF1600 Sprint Cup, which was battling for the coveted Ian Taylor Trophy. Small margins played their part across both races as Cameron Jackson triumphed in race one before Richard Tarling then came to the fore in race two.

The HSCC Guards Trophy Championship for Sports Racing & GT Cars prompted plenty of close competition with the team of Robert Tusting and Benjamin Tusting getting the better of Ross Hyett and Charlie Hyatt in their Lenham P69.

Andrew Hibbert was the driver to be in the weekend’s two Historic F3 for the Chris Moore Memorial Trophy, however he didn’t have things his own way as the Brabham BT18 was pushed to the limit in both contests, although he managed to hang on to triumph twice.

Over in the HSCC Historic Formula Ford 2000 Championship, Samuel Harrison was in a league of his own as he swept his way to pole position in qualifying and then followed up with two commanding lights-to-flag victories.

Italian flair was in full force courtesy of the Superformance Ferrari Club Classic Series, where Gary Culver, Nicky Paul-Barron and Tristan Simpson each claiming a win apiece in their respective prancing horse machines.

Slip-streaming thrills and spills were in full force when it came to the Mighty Minis Championship as Greg Jenkins powered his way to a brace of wins. Steve Rideout, Ben Butler and David Kirkpatrick also featured on the podium across the weekend.

Undoubtedly one of the biggest grids of the weekend came in the shape of the Adams & Page Swinging Sixties and new Thruxton Circuit owner Alex Thistlewayte marked his recent acquisition by comfortably winning the 40-minute race in his trusty Chevrolet Camaro.

Rounding out the weekend’s track action was a thrilling half-hour FISCAR which was dominated by Jonathan Abecassis, who claimed a commanding victory in his Austin Healey 100/4 by almost a full lap.

To view the full classification of results from all sessions at this year’s Thruxton Historic, CLICK HERE.

Thruxton’s next major event takes place on July 6/7 as the British Truck Racing Championship thunders into town to headline the highly-anticipated Convoy on the Plain weekend.

Advance tickets are available to purchase online here:

TOCA Junior poised to make eagerley-anticipated public debut this summer

Organisers of the TOCA Junior Championship have earmarked an upcoming round of the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship as the setting for its all-new car to be launched.

Following the successful completion of all mandatory Motorsport UK chassis stress tests, the forthcoming series – which is aimed towards young drivers – is set to stage a public launch this summer, offering fans and industry stakeholders the opportunity to get up close with the new machine.

With the critical step of casting and assembly of all vehicle moulds having now been finished, track testing is poised to begin in the coming weeks.

Behind the scenes, the championship has locked in a number of collaborations which includes Curley Motorsport undertaking all interior vehicle panelling while Haltech, who are renowned for their expertise in motorsport electronics, will supply all vehicle electronics and ECUs.

Elsewhere, Corbeau will equip all cars with the latest championship-specification seats, harnesses and safety nets, with Questmead Ltd providing essential AP Parts and Mintex friction materials. Vehicle funding will be available from Bute Finance.

In recognition of the teams and drivers that have already registered their interest in the new-for-2025 series, an exclusive invite-only launch event is being eyed for early August.

More information on the TOCA Junior Championship will be provided in due course.

Thruxton Historic revved up to deliver weekend of full-throttle nostalgia

Thruxton Circuit is gearing up for a spectacular weekend of motorsport and entertainment with the Jochen Rindt Trophy (JRT) headlining the Thruxton Historic on June 22/23.

Fans can expect a dazzling display of historic and classic race cars and top-tier drivers, all set against the backdrop of the UK’s fastest race circuit. Here are some highlights and exciting entries for this year’s event:

The highly anticipated Jochen Rindt Trophy is set to be the highlight of the two-day Thruxton Historic. This thrilling event will showcase two celebration races for single-seat race cars up to 2 litres in capacity, evoking the spirit of Thruxton throughout the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.

For the 2024 running of the Jochen Rindt Trophy, the world’s leading battery manufacturer, Yuasa are the title sponsor and will be providing trophies, welcome packs to JRT competitors and teams, and showcasing their products throughout the event.

Scotland’s Tim Jacobsen will race the Ex Bev Bond / Alan Jones March 74B, marking its return to Thruxton after half a century. This car, built in late 1973 and raced by Jones to three victories in 1974, will be a crowd favourite, especially now that it’s back in the original ’74 Jones/Stiller livery. Multi-Champ Rob Moores will be racing his Ex-Derek Daly Chevron B38.

This car, with a rich history including multiple championships, will be a star attraction. Moores’ presence adds significant prestige, given his success at European circuits over the last 15 years. Ex Hanny Wiano/Richard Hawkins Monaco March 743 with Hampshire racer Bruce Balchin at the wheel originally raced at Monaco. This car’s storied past and recent restoration make it a must-see at the Thruxton Historic.

Delta Motorsport’s Iain Rowley in the Ex ‘Howdy’ Holmes March 79B will also be in attendance. Known for his charismatic character and impressive driving, Rowley’s participation adds excitement to the lineup. 2022 Best Presented Car Winner Neil Jenkins returns, showcasing his beautifully prepared Chevron B38 Toyota Novamotor. This car, always a contender for best presentation, will compete in the Derek Warwick Trophy class for 2-litre F3s.

Kent’s Martin Wood brings his stunning March 73B, adding to the Formula Atlantic ranks. Wood’s rich racing history and the car’s Cosworth engine are sure to delight fans. Gary Ward with a background in FF1600, F3, and F3000, will race the Ex Didier Theys Ralt RT3. Known for his detailed race car preparation, Ward’s return is eagerly anticipated. Also watch out for Gary in his own original Lola FF1600 in the ‘Heroes’ race. Former Classic F3 Champion Andy Smith will race in his March 783 Toyota. Smith, a prominent figure in historic racing, adds significant competition to the Derek Warwick Class.

John Cottrill’s Ex Henri Pescarolo Brabham BT30, fitted with a period-correct Ford Cosworth FVA engine, will debut at Thruxton. This car’s rich history is sure to captivate spectators. Former F1, F5000 & World Sportscar racer Mike Wilds will drive a Formula Atlantic Lyncar FA005. Wilds, known for his extensive career and engaging personality, is expected to be a highlight of the event. Simon Langman’s beautifully restored Ex Rolf Stommelen Brabham BT30 returns. This car, a highlight from last year’s event and promises to be a visual treat for racing fans.

Raimund Fein from Germany brings back Ian Taylor’s March Holbay F3, a car deeply connected to Thruxton’s history. Historic F3 cars, including a Ralt RT1 and Chevron B38, will return to Thruxton. These cars, with their links to local racing legend Derek Warwick, are sure to bring back memories for long-time fans.

The Thruxton Historic will also feature an array of exciting races that celebrate the rich history of motorsport:

Ferrari Superformance: Watch road-legal and modified Ferraris up to the era of the 355 challenge, including models like the 308, 328, 348, 355, 456, 550, Mondial, and more.

Historic Formula Ford 2000: Single-seater cars built and raced before 1980 offer an affordable way to compete in a slicks and wings class.

FISCAR: The Fifties Sports Car Racing Club showcases sports cars from the 1950s, providing a competitive and friendly environment for drivers and enthusiasts.

Mighty MINIS: This highly competitive series features compact, modified Mini Coopers known for their speed, agility, and thrilling wheel-to-wheel action.

Swinging Sixties: A mix of sports, saloons, and GT cars race in a series that ensures close, clean competition with exciting 40-minute races and mandatory pit stops.

HSCC Guards Trophy: The HSCC’s Guards Trophy Championship makes a rare appearance at Thruxton this weekend, showcasing a splendid array of 1960s sports-racing and GT cars in a 50-minute mini-enduro race. In this enduring and highly successful series from the Historic Sports Car Club, pit stops are mandatory, but driver changes are optional. Saturday’s race will be one of the longest races at Thruxton this season. Sports racing cars and grand touring cars from the 1960s compete, with separate awards for each class.

HSCC – Historic F3 1L: When the current circuit opened in 1968, the one-litre Formula 3 category was thriving, earning the nickname ‘screamers’ due to the high-revving 1000cc engines. This weekend’s races mark a rare return to Thruxton for these iconic racing cars, and fittingly, a trophy from that era is being reintroduced. With the support of the British Automobile Racing Club, the Chris Moore Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the aggregate race winner.

Chris Moore was one of Britain’s promising young stars in the mid-1960s, racing competitively in one-litre Formula 3. Tragically, he passed away from a brain tumour at the age of 25. In his memory, his mother and brother presented the Chris Moore Memorial Trophy to the BARC, which was awarded to the winner of a Formula 3 race for many years.

Heroes of FF1600: New for 2024 is the Heroes of FF1600 Sprint Cup, a mini-series comprising of three events that celebrate Formula Ford cars from the category’s golden era up to 1993. This weekend’s competitors will fittingly be racing for the Ian Taylor Trophy, in honour of the leading Formula Ford racer who played a pivotal role at Thruxton for many years. Ian Taylor’s name is synonymous with both Formula Ford and Thruxton, and the aggregate winner from the two races will be awarded the trophy dedicated to his memory.

AET Turbos to sponsor BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge

The British Automobile Racing Club can announce that AET Turbos have been named as title sponsors of the BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge.

Formed in 1974, the company – which is a major provider of remanufactured and re-engineered turbochargers – is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year and will mark the occasion by partnering with the popular series.

“We are delighted to have AET Turbos on board as partner and title sponsor of the 2024 BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge,” said Tim Wilson, British Hillclimb Championship Co-ordinator.

“Due to its popularity with both competitors and spectators, we have increased the Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge to five events for the season ahead. With events spread across the country at many of the top UK Hillclimb venues, this season should be very exciting. We look forward to working in partnership with AET over the coming months and years ahead.”

Andy Taylor, Managing Director of AET Turbos, added: “After supporting 2023 BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge winner Damien Bradley and Team Legacy for a number of years, the next logical step for us is to support the Championship.

“The AET Turbos team look forward to offering our advice and servicing to competitors and supporters of the BHC, BHC Cup and the world of Hillclimbing in general in 2024 and for many seasons ahead.”

The opening round of the BHC Tin Top – Top Ten Challenge takes place at Harewood Hillclimb in Yorkshire on July 6/7.

BARC championships star at the Home of British Motor Racing

The British Automobile Racing Club delivered unmissable wheel-to-wheel entertainment this past weekend (June 15/16) as a number of championships wrote the latest chapter of their 2024 seasons at the Home of British Motor Racing, Silverstone.

Taking centre stage at the Northamptonshire venue just a few weeks before the Formula 1 British Grand Prix rolls into town, the two-day event saw a total of 15 races play out around the world-famous 3.66-mile circuit.

Peter Erceg and Marcus Clutton maintained their unbeaten record in the British Endurance Championship in association with Motorsport UK as they guided their PB Racing with JMH Audi GT3 to a commanding victory.

Following an almost two-month hiatus, the monstrous GT machines of Britcar’s flagship category returned to action in superlative style as a bumper grid battled for supremacy in a captivating two-hour race.

Having triumphed at every event so far this year, Erceg and Clutton wasted no time in establishing themselves as the team to beat as they charged to the top of the times in qualifying to clinch pole position by more than three seconds.

As the lights went out for the race, the Audi duo quickly broke clear of the chasing pack and once out front, they were never really challenged. After two hours and 51 laps, Erceg and Clutton claimed the chequered flag three laps clear of their nearest rivals.

Behind the eventual race winners, Witt Gamski and Ross Wylie marked a rare appearance in the Bentley Continental GT3 Gen 2 with a fine drive to snare second place, while Xentek Motorsport’s Josh Steed and Bal Sidhu filled the final step on the podium.

One week on from tackling the high-speed curves of Thruxton, the ROKiT F4 British Championship certified by FIA was back in action with three races that were packed with slip-streaming and close-quarter battles.

Hitech Pulse-Eight’s Deagen Fairclough emerged as one of the stars of the show as he maintained his sensational early-season form by charging to a commanding fifth win of the season in the weekend’s opening bout, which in-turn extended his standings lead.

Unfortunately the single-seater ace was unable to repeat the feat in race two as he found himself caught up in a multi-car incident on the opening lap, which wiped out a number of other drivers too.

Up at the front, JHR Developments driver Leo Robinson became the latest first-time winner in the series as he overhauled Ella Lloyd to claim a memorable victory. Rounding out the podium was Rodin Motorsport’s Alex Ninovic.

The weekend’s third and final race belonged to Reza Seewooruthun as he converted pole position into a clinical lights-to-flag victory, leading home Fairclough for a Hitech 1-2 while Ninovic completed the top three.

Four of Caterham Motorsport’s five championships were also in attendance as they continued their all-action campaigns on the hallowed Silverstone tarmac, with each of them serving up their fair share of thrills and spills.

The Caterham Academy Championship, which is for drivers that are taking their first steps into the crucible of motorsport, boasted an entry list of almost 50 cars for their solitary race however nobody was able to stop Bruno van Dyke from claiming a comfortable victory.

Spoils were shared in the Bilstein Caterham Roadsport Championship as Paul Goldstein and Jonathan Emery claimed a win apiece, whilst Ben Timmons charged to triumphant clean sweep in the Mission Motorsport Caterham Seven 270R Championship.

The Motul Caterham Seven 310R Championship capped off the pulsating action from the British manufacturer with Taylor O’Flanagan winning the opening bout before Tom Wyllys bagged himself a double.

Rounding out the BARC’s first visit to Silverstone this year were two races from the Britcar Trophy Championship which, like the British Endurance Championship, hadn’t been in action for almost eight weeks.

Despite the lay-off, there was no signs of race rust from Chris Bialan and Simon Mason as they piloted their Sim Dynamics Racing with Jabbasport Cupra Gen 1 to the top step of the podium in both races.

Shadowing them on both occasions was Datum Motorsport’s Axel van Nederveen, who clinched two second place finishes, with Geoff Steel Racing’s Lee Goldsmith tallying a pair of third place finishes in his BMW M3 E46.

To view the full classification of results from all sessions at Silverstone, CLICK HERE.

Each and every race is now available to re-watch on the British Automobile Racing Club’s YouTube channel HERE.