The Classic Touring Car Racing Club has today (September 19th) announced its calendar for the 2024 season, which will mark 50 years of being in association with the British Automobile Racing Club.

The popular tin top club, which caters for all eras of iconic saloon cars, will kick off the new campaign in late March with a trip to Donington Park’s GP layout before heading onto Cadwell Park and Mallory Park. 

One of the undoubted highlights of the year will come at Brands Hatch on June 29/30 as the CTCRC takes centre stage in Kent for Super Touring Power 2; which is once again poised to celebrate one of the most revered periods of the British Touring Car Championship.

Saturday will see competitors tackle the world-famous Grand Prix circuit before switching to the Indy layout for Sunday’s track action.

Following Brands Hatch, the CTCRC will make its annual visit to Snetterton in August ahead of bringing the curtain down on the season in September around the fastest circuit in the UK, Thruxton. 

Stuart Caie, CTCRC Chairman, said: “The Classic Touring Car Racing Club are proud to announce our 2024 calendar. Next year marks 50 years of racing as a BARC club and we look forward to yet another successful season with their support and guidance.”

“The BARC is delighted to extend the historic 49-year relationship with the Classic Touring Car Racing Club into its 50th year with the club in 2024,” added Mark Turner, BARC Sporting Manager.

“We have worked closely with the CTCRC Chairman, Stuart Caie, to pull together an exciting calendar with a variety of circuits, including the much-loved Super Tourer event on the Brands Hatch GP circuit.”

Before preparations can ramp up for the 2024 season, the Classic Touring Car Racing Club is poised to bring the curtain down on its 2023 campaign at Donington Park on October 14/15.

2024 Classic Touring Car Racing Club Calendar 

March 29/30 – Donington Park (GP)

April 27/28 – Cadwell Park 

May 18/19 – Mallory Park 

June 29/30 – Brands Hatch (GP/Indy)

August 17/18 – Snetterton (300)

September 21/22 – Thruxton