BTCC 2020

The British Touring Car Championship is the biggest UK racing series that gathers performance cars from across the country. From 2020, Goodyear will be the sole tyre supplier for the series, providing teams with high performance compounds in soft, medium and hard versions.



The Biggest Championship in the UK is back

Starting from August till November, BTCC has nine rounds across four months. The 2020 season launches in Donington park on 1st August and ends at Brands Hatch on 15th November. Each round takes place at a different UK circuit with the exemption of Brands Hatch, at which it takes place twice on different tracks (GP and Indy). During each racing weekend there are three races – a qualifying and practise rounds on Saturday followed by three race rounds on Sunday. 



Race Calendar

Donington Park

01 - 02 August

Rounds: 1, 2, 3


Brands Hatch GP

08 - 09 August

Rounds: 4, 5, 6


Oulton Park

22 - 23 August

Rounds: 7, 8, 9


Knockhill

29 - 30 August

Rounds: 10, 11, 12


Thruxton

19 - 20 September

Rounds: 13, 14, 15


Silverstone National

26 - 27 September

Rounds: 16, 17, 18


Croft

10 - 11 October

Rounds: 19, 20, 21


Snetterton

24 - 25 October

Rounds: 22, 23, 24


Brands Hatch Indy

14 - 15 November

Rounds: 25, 26, 27




Wingfoot Award

New for the 2020 British Touring Car Championship season, Goodyear are proud to launch a new qualifying award for drivers. The Wingfoot Award will reward drivers based on their position in qualifying races with the driver gaining the highest total number of points across the season winning the Wingfoot Award. It will begin with the first qualifying round on 1st August at Donington Circuit.

Points will apply to the top 15 positions in each qualifying session according to the points structure (see points table below). Drivers will have the opportunity to earn top points in 9 qualifying rounds of 2020 season and move up the Wingfoot Award rankings.

Position
Points

1

20

2

17

3

15

4

13

5

11

6

10

7

9

8

8

Position
Points

9

7

10

6

11

5

12

4

13

3

14

2

15

1

Motorsport fans can track the BTCC rankings, including Wingfoot Award, through BTCC Official Website as well as ITV Coverage.



Wingfoot Award Results

Position
Driver
Points

1

Dan Cammish

34

2

Colin Turkington

31

3

Rory Butcher

30

4

Jake Hill

22

5

Tom Ingram

21

6

Tom Oliphant

21

7

Ollie Jackson

18

8

Ashley Sutton

17

9

Josh Cook

15

10

Senna Proctor

14

11

Matt Neal

12

12

Adam Morgan

9

13

Stephen Jelley

5

14

Sam Osborne

4

15

Chris Smiley

3








Race Weekend Format

Each round of BTCC follows a similar structure: the race takes place over the weekend with split of rounds between two days. On Saturday, practice and qualifying rounds take place, whereas on Sunday, there are three races of equal distance.

*Daily format is based on one of the past events. There may be slight variations to schedule and it may differentiate every round.

Activity                

Championship

Qualifying Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship
Free Practice Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
Qualifying The Mini Challenge
Qualifying Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship
Qualifying F4 British Championship
Free Practice Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
Lunch Break
Qualifying Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain
Race Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship
Race The Mini Challenge
Qualifying Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
Race Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship
Race F4 British Championship
Race Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship
Race The Mini Challenge


Activity                

Championship

Pit Lane Walkabout/Autograph Session
Race F4 British Championship
Race Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain
BTCC Pit Lane Opens
Race Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
Race Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship
Lunch Break
Race The Mini Challenge
Race Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship
BTCC Pit Lane Opens
Race Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
Race F4 British Championship
Race Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain
Race Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship
BTCC Pit Lane Opens
Race Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship






Race Grids

Race 1

The grid for race one is decided during Saturday’s qualifying session, with the exception of Snetterton.

Race 2

The grid for race two is based on the finishing order of race one.

Race 3

The grid for race three is based on the finishing order of race two, with the reversed order. Cars that finished the second race between 6th and 12th position are put in a bowl and one number is drawn. The corresponding car will start on pole, with the cars that finished ahead of it reversed. For example, if the drawn number is eight, car that finished 8th on race two will be on position ahead of car that has finished 7th. The rest of the grid follows as per the finishing order of race two.



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