Race schedule 2020

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JUN

Donington Park - R1, 2, 3
01-02 August

Circuit length 1.98 miles
Number of corners 8
First BTCC race 1977
A fast-flowing track, featuring the world-famous Craner Curves which never fail to deliver high drama. Tyre wear is also a big factor so getting the correct set-up is vital.
Old Hairpin Mcleans Redgate Esses Dunlop Straight StarkeysBridge Craner CurvesCan be taken flat-outif you’re brave enough CoppiceA strong exithere will determinethe speed downthe straight.

Brands Hatch GP - R4, 5, 6
08-09 August

Circuit length 2.43 miles
Number of corners 11
First BTCC race 1958
The long straights and flowing corners are well-suited to the Honda Civics chassis and the circuit has been a happy hunting ground for the TypeR in previous years. A natural amphitheatre offering unrivalled views of the action from various vantage points, Brands Hatch is known as one of Britain’s best-loved motor racing circuits. Its unique combination of dips, cambers, fearsome corners and hills means it is still one of the world’s most renowned racing venues.
DingleDell SheeneCurve Hawthorn Derek MinterStraight Stirling PaddockHill Bend DruidsBend GrahamHill Bend Surtees CooperStraight BrabbhamStraight

Oulton Park - R7, 8, 9
22-23 August

Circuit length 2.23 miles
Number of corners 12
First BTCC race 1960
One of the most popular events on the calendar and a favourite with fans and drivers alike. Built into the natural contours of the landscape, the undulating layout delivers great action.
Old Hall Island Bend Druids TheAvenue WarwickBridge Lodge Knickerbrook CascadesOne of themost picturesqueviewing points onthe BTCC calendar

Knockhill - R10, 11, 12
29-30 August

Circuit length 1.27 miles
Number of corners 8
First BTCC race 1992
A great ‘wee’ circuit that just oozes atmosphere - in more ways than one. Set at the top of a valley, the chances of a wet race to add some drama are always high!
Taylor's Hairpin Duffus Dip Black Circles Chicane Butchers Hilsop’s McIntyre's Corner Clark’sThe majority of manoeuvres take place either at Clark’s, where a good run out of the chicane can give you a chance up the inside, or at Taylor's Hairpin

Thruxton - R13, 14, 15
19-20 September

Circuit length 2.36 miles
Number of corners 11
First BTCC race 1968
With the highest average speed of any circuit visited by the BTCC, Thruxton provides some of the biggest thrills and spills in motorsport. Josh Cook set a new racing lap record here of 1m16.592s(110.73mph) in 2019
Church Allard Campbell Cobb Noble Goodwood Village Brooklands The best viewing point byfar is the chicane beforethe start/finish line as the BTCC cars come poweringthrough the tight complex

Silverstone National - R16, 17, 18
26-27 September

Circuit length 1.64 miles
Number of corners 6
First BTCC race 1959
Silverstone is one of the most famous racing circuits in the world, and the BTCC utilises the short National Circuit layout to maximise the action for fans. Long straights and tight corners make for several overtaking opportunities – overtaking at Silverstone is always tricky and usually forceful!
CopseWoodcoteWellingtonStraightBeckettsBrooklands

Croft - R19, 20, 21
10-11 October

Circuit length 2.13 miles
Number of corners 12
First BTCC race 1968
Traditionally a track that favours rear-wheel drive machinery, Croft is renowned for its challenging, technical nature.
Barcroft TowerBend Jim ClarkEsses Sunny Out Sunnlyn Clervaux Hawthorn Bend Critical PointThe key here is to ensure a good exit out of the final hairpin for the long run down to the first corner

Snetterton - R22, 23, 24
24-25 October

Circuit length 2.97 miles
Number of corners 12
First BTCC race 1959
An additional mile of track was added to the infield section in 2012 creating the new ‘300’ layout – which now offers one of the best circuits for spectators on the BTCC calendar.
Nelson Williams Bentley Straight SennaStraight Riches BombHole WilsonThe hairpin adds the ideal opportunity to overtake on a circuit that’s hard to pass on Coram CurveOne for the brave and getting it stopped for Murrays will mean the difference between a good run up the pit straight or leaving the door open!

Brands Hatch Indy - R25, 26, 27
14-15 November

Circuit length 1.21 miles
Number of corners 10
First BTCC race 1958
The shortest circuit on the BTCC calendar. Therefore the most important to get right as times will be incredibly close between all the cars.
McLaren Clark Curve Brabham Straight Druids Bend Surtees A fast bend with a big kerb that commands respect.Get this wrong and youleave yourself open on the inside at McLaren. Paddock HillA unique corner and a great challenge as it can have a big effect on lap times and providea good overtaking point for the brave.

Team Events

01-02 August
Donington Park
R1, 2, 3
01-02 August
Donington Park
R1, 2, 3
08-09 August
Brands Hatch GP
R4, 5, 6
08-09 August
Brands Hatch GP
R4, 5, 6
22-23 August
Oulton Park
R7, 8, 9
22-23 August
Oulton Park
R7, 8, 9
29-30 August
Knockhill
R10, 11, 12
29-30 August
Knockhill
R10, 11, 12
19-20 September
Thruxton
R13, 14, 15
19-20 September
Thruxton
R13, 14, 15
26-27 September
Silverstone National
R16, 17, 18
26-27 September
Silverstone National
R16, 17, 18
10-11 October
Croft
R19, 20, 21
10-11 October
Croft
R19, 20, 21
24-25 October
Snetterton
R22, 23, 24
24-25 October
Snetterton
R22, 23, 24
14-15 November
Brands Hatch Indy
R25, 26, 27
14-15 November
Brands Hatch Indy
R25, 26, 27

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