From its humble origins in 1993, the British GT Championship has grown to become one of the world’s premier national endurance racing series. Cars compete in three classes (GT3, GTC, GT4) in a Pro-Am format which ensures that amateur drivers enjoy plenty of track time while being able to compete against professional competitors.
Race weekends consist of two one-hour practice sessions, four ten-minute qualifying periods (broken into class and driver grading), a ten-minute warm-up, and either two 60-minute or one two- or three-hour race. Success seconds during mandatory pit stops and performance balancing ensures even competition, while minimum driving times also mean amateur drivers get plenty of seat time.
20 – 22 April: Oulton Park International (2x one-hour)
18 – 19 May: Snetterton 300 (2x one-hour)
8 – 9 June: Silverstone GP (1x three-hours)
22 – 23 June: Donington Park GP (1x two-hours)
20 – 21 July: Spa-Francorchamps (1x two-hours)
3 – 4 August: Brands Hatch GP (1x two-hours)
14 – 15 September: Donington Park GP (1x two-hours)