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Autosport International show, NEC, Birmingham
11-14 January 2018

1. Matt Greenwood / Sarah Moore 315
2. Simon Rudd / Tom Barley 286
3. Mike McCollum / Sean Cooper 282
4. Darron Lewis / Adam Hadfield / Callum Hawkins-Row / Angus Dudley / Sam Randon 224
5. Fareed Ali / Chris Valentine / Gleb Stepanovs / Matt Topham / Nick Scott-Dickeson 139
6. Stewart Lines / Adam Morgan / Mat Jackson 124
7. Sandy McEwen / Ross McEwen 123
8. Andreas Demetriou / Luke Williams 95
1. Jon Watt  / Kristian Prosser 277
2. David Mason / Ross Wylie 235
3. John Clonis / Chris Bentley  / Rob Gilham 231
= Andy Napier 231
5. Alex Day / Robert Day / Luke Davenport 222
6. Michael Igoe  / Adam Wilcox 181
7. Richard Neary 161
8. Guy Colclough / Paul Colclough 146
Welcome to The Home of British Endurance Racing
We at Britcar Endurance are VERY pleased to announce our PROVISONAL dates for 2019. Race lengths have not been confirmed yet but please pencil in all these dates. We are pleased with them, we hope you are too.

30th March - Silverstone International
27th April - Silverstone Grand Prix
11th May - Brands Hatch Indy
1st June - Donington Grand Prix
22nd June - Oulton Park Grand Prix
10th August - Snetterton
26th October - Oulton Park Island
16th & 17th November - Brands Hatch Indy (Night Race)
For nearly 20 years the Britcar Endurance Championship has been at the forefront of promoting affordable and realistic multi-class endurance racing in the UK, in a format where "Gentleman" drivers, hobbyists, professional racers and up-and-coming youngsters can achieve equal success in GT Supercars, production-based sportscars, Touring cars and hot hatches. The multi-class system, two-driver format with pit stops, refuelling and tyre changes involves a real team effort and reflects the true spirit of global long-distance racing.
For nearly 20 years, the Britcar Endurance championship has grown from a starting point of a random collection of displaced GT and saloon cars to the premier UK endurance racing series that it is today, featuring GT Supercars, production-based sportscars, Touring cars and hot hatches piloted by "Gentleman" drivers, hobbyists, professional racers and up-and-coming youngsters who can all equally taste success through the multi-class format.
Britcar's new management - now entering its third season - has built on the success of previous years whilst continually improving the whole format, from impressive hospitality to regulations that ensure a fair and competitive racing structure, all conducted in a convivial paddock atmosphere.
With many of Britcar's drivers owning their own businesses, or being in senior positions in corporate employment, competition rivalry on track can also be complemented by networking in the convivial atmosphere of the hospitality suite, offering potential B2B opportunities.
Watch our fantastic new promotional video!