Britcar changes format
The format of the Britcar Endurance Championship will change next year as the series reverts to two one-hour races.
For the past two seasons Britcar has taken the form of two championships racing concurrently. The Endurance category had one 50-minute race and one two-hour race, while contenders in the Sprint category ran in the same events but took the chequered flag after 50 minutes of the two-hour race.
The package will now comprise just one championship category.
“Britcar has been listening to what the customer wants,” said championship co-ordinator Claire Hedley. “We plan to have a cheaper price-per-minute of racing, it will be less than this year.
“We want to make sure we’re offering a better package.”
The provisional eight-round calendar consists of Silverstone – on both the International and Grand Prix layouts – Donington Park, Snetterton, Oulton Park (two rounds), and two visits to Brands Hatch. The final round will be at Brands for the Into the Night Races across two days, with the final race on Sunday lasting two hours.
Reigning Britcar Endurance champion Sarah Moore has confirmed she will return to defend her crown next season. Moore became the first female to win the title after racing for her family team Tockwith Motorsport alongside rookie Matt Greenwood.
Moore will return next year to defend title