The Britcar Endurance Championship is at the forefront of British motorsport with capacity grids underlining the fact that the appetite for long distance racing is greater than ever.
Under the stewardship of Claire Hedley and her dedicated team, the championship has grown in stature during recent years with all manner of star drivers and iconic GT machines competing.
Split into carefully controlled classes – Endurance, Praga and Trophy – the championship ensures that all competitors can equally taste success, no matter their racing background or experience; be it a ‘gentleman driver’ or professional racer.
The Endurance Championship races play out over the course of one-hour and include a mandatory pit stop as well. With machinery from Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Ferrari and McLaren, to name but a few, the category showcases the very best endurance thoroughbreds which also includes the Praga class, which stands on its own after debuting last year.
Elsewhere, the Trophy class operates as a 50-minute encounter with drivers and teams not needing to make a mandatory pit stop. Having debuted in 2020, the category has grown exponentially as it moves through its sophomore season this year.