The British Automobile Racing Club is entering the home stretch of its 2023 season and this weekend sees two unmissable race meetings take place.
Below is all the information you’ll need to know to keep up-to-date with all the action that is being broadcast over the course of this weekend:
Snetterton will play host to an action-packed two days of epic proportions as the British Truck Racing Championship writes the latest chapter of what is proving to be another captivating campaign.
Tin top thrills and spills will be served up in the shape of the Classic Touring Car Racing Club whilst the British Endurance Championship and ROWE Britcar Trophy Championship will also star.
Saturday 16th September – 12:30 // WATCH HERE
Sunday 17th September – 10:30 // WATCH HERE
At the Home of British Motor Racing, Silverstone, a number of championships are poised to take centre stage on the National circuit.
Featuring on the billing around the 1.64-mile layout includes the Vertu Motors MINI CHALLENGE Trophy, Junior Saloon Car Championship, Track Attack Race Club, Kumho BMW Championship, OT Publishing Coupe Cup and Lancaster Insurance MGOC Championship.
Saturday 16th September – 14:00 // WATCH HERE
Sunday 17th September – 09:40 // WATCH HERE
To find out more information about this weekend’s race meeting, CLICK HERE.
Track Focused wrote their name into the history books at Donington Park last Saturday (July 22) after claiming victory in the Britcar Endurance 6-hour race.
On what proved to be a momentous day for the the KTM GT4 duo of Mike McCollum and Teddy Wilson, the Independent outfit reigned supreme in style around the Leicestershire venue by converting pole position into a wheel-perfect victory – finishing two laps clear of their nearest challengers.
Billed as being a non-championship round on the challenging National layout, the six-hour contest also provided the first step on the road for the coveted Britcar 24-hour race to one day make a welcome return to the UK motorsport calendar.
Boasting a varied grid of machinery, qualifying for the all-important bout saw the battle for pole position boil down to the duo of McCollum and Wilson and Team BRIT’s McLaren GT4 quartet of Bobby Trundley, Paul Fullick, James Whitley and Chris Overend.
In what proved to be a competitive duel for top spot, the 1:17.052 from Track Focused ultimately proved to be enough to clinch top spot – albeit by the slender of margin of just four tenths of a second.
As the lights went out, battle between the top two continued with both teams enjoying stints out front on multiple occasions. Team BRIT topped the classification at the end of the first two hours before Track Focused struck back to lead at the end of hour three.
That back-and-forth duel would continue across the next couple of hours before McCollum and Wilson established a stranglehold on proceedings in the final hour to pull clear by more than two laps and clinch outright honours.
Team BRIT ultimately went on to finish a valiant second whilst the County Classic Porsche 996 pairing of Ken Briddom and Jackson Goodrum completed the podium in third.
To view the full results from all sessions of the Britcar 6-hour event at Donington Park, CLICK HERE.