The sun was shining as the series headed to Cheshire for the fourth round of the season, as 2022’s championship started to take shape. Leader, Josh Cook, started the weekend with a margin of over twenty points to Ash Sutton following four victories in the last six races.
The first of this season’s double visit to Thruxton took place in dry conditions, as the UK’s fastest circuit was set to get even faster with the deployment of hybrid energy.
The second proceedings of this season’s races took place in mixed conditions on the Indy Circuit at Brands Hatch, as we continued to learn about the new hybrid technology.
After years of careful developing and testing, the new BTCC hybrid era started with twenty-eight cars taking to the track at Donington Park. Plenty of drivers were lining up in new cars, but who would rise to the top in the opening round?
The penultimate round of the 2021 British Touring Car Championship was held at Donington Park, in a change from the normal race meeting calendar of recent years.
The second race meeting of September’s back-to-back weekends took place at Silverstone with championship leader, Ash Sutton, looking to extend his 29-point advantage. There was also a glimpse of the future as Andrew Jordan piloted the hybrid test Toyota car during the weekend’s sessions.
The first meeting of back-to-back September weekends took place at Croft, where championship leader, Ash Sutton, arrived with a comfortable 30-point lead. Would nearest rival, Tom Ingram, close the gap or would a new contender emerge to threaten Sutton’s dominance? Qualifying: Aiden Moffat, Jake Hill, Colin Turkington, Senna Proctor, Adam Morgan, Tom Oliphant Saturday’s qualifying…
Could a second trip to Thruxton deliver some excitement to the BTCC? This is what happened. The third race day in an action-packed August took place at Thruxton, with the circuit previously hosting the season opening rounds. Ash Sutton brought a 14-point lead to the meeting, with Tom Ingram and Colin Turkington his nearest challengers. …
A full, unrestricted crowd was allowed to return to the BTCC for the first time since the pandemic began for the rounds at Oulton Park.
After a lengthy summer break the BTCC returns at Oulton Park this weekend. Check out what happened last time out at Brands Hatch At the end of the previous meeting at Snetterton, the usual championship protagonists had risen to the top three in the standings. With a small crowd once again permitted, would Ash Sutton,…
Five weeks after the season opener at Thruxton, the BTCC returned for Round 2 at a sun-drenched Snetterton in Norfolk.
This season saw a slightly later than usual start to the British Touring Car Championship and the series wasted no time in delivering its usual drama, close racing and talking points at the UK’s fastest circuit, Thruxton.