WSC Group, owners of the TCR trademark and technical regulations, has announced that it has granted a one-year licence to Britcar Endurance Ltd for a TCR Class to be run in the 2023 British Endurance Championship.
This latest tie-up with the WSC Group and TCR is the latest in a long line of exciting partnerships that Britcar has entered into in recent years, further strengthening itself as one of the premier GT championships in the UK.
“We are pleased to further expand the TCR footprint in Britain, adding to the successful growth of TCR UK, said WSC President Marcello Lotti. “Welcoming the British Endurance Championship under WSC’s umbrella provides local drivers and teams with more opportunities to enjoy racing TCR cars.”
Claire Hedley, Britcar Endurance Managing Director, added: “We are delighted to be officially hosting a class for TCR cars within the British Endurance Championship, strengthening our already-close association with the TCR brand, and placing the endurance-level specification of these exciting touring cars in a high profile Motorsport UK-sanction national championship.”
“We are happy that the British Endurance Championship is an official place to race TCR cars in an endurance capacity, as this further strengthens the TCR brand in the UK,” concluded TCR UK Promoter Stewart Lines.
The next round of the British Endurance Championship takes place at Brands Hatch on April 22/23.