Brands Indy
Non-championship Night Races; classes E4 and Trophy only
Non-Championship round 7
13-14th Nov 2021

Endurance category after Final Round at
Donington Park GP
1.Will Powell / Dave Scaramanga229
2.Peter Erceg203
3.Ashley Woodman / Martin Byford196
4.Bobby Trundley / Aaron Morgan194
5.Alex Day / William Foster193
=Marcus Fothergill / Dave Benett193
Praga category after Final Round at
Donington Park GP
1.Richard Wells / Alex Kapadia216
2.Christopher Wesemael / Richard Morris201
3.Jack Fabby / Charlie Martin191
4.Chris Bridle / Ed Bridle184
5.Jimmy Broadbent / Jem Hepworth171
6.Rod Goodman138
Trophy category after Final Round at
Donington Park GP
1.Simon Baker / Kevin Clarke / Ollie Reuben325
2.Steve Thompson / Aaron Thompson323
3.Richard Higgins318
4.Peter Spano / Andrew Bentley 291
=Mark Lee291
6.Richard Colburn / James Black276
Welcome to The Home of British Endurance Racing
Presenting the overall winners of the 2021 Goodyear Britcar Endurance Category: Dave Scaramanga and Will Powell, Motus One with Moorgate Finance, McLaren GT3.
Presenting the overall winners of the 2021 Goodyear Britcar Praga Category: Richard Wells, Tim Gray and (not pictured) Alex Kapadia.
Presenting the overall winners of the 2021 Goodyear Britcar Trophy Category: Simon Baker, Ollie Reuben and Kevin Clarke (not pictured), Woodrow Motorsport, BMW 1 Series.
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. 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.
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. Split into carefully controlled classes, our format ensures that all competitors can equally taste success, no matter their racing background or experience.
Britcar's new management has built on the success of previous years whilst continually improving the whole pacakge, from impressive hospitality to regulations that ensure a fair and competitive racing structure, all conducted in a convivial paddock atmosphere. For 2020, we are opening our races to a wider range of cars by splitting the classes into Endurance and Trophy categories. For further information, see the respective Calendar pages.
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.
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