Endurance Category round 4:
10th October 2020
|1.||Paul Bailey / Ross Wylie / Andy Shultz||143|
|2.||Jack Fabby / Garry Townsend||137|
|3.||Danny Harrison / Jem Hepworth||124|
|4.||Martyn Compton / Warren McKinlay||120|
|5.||Nicole Drought / Sean Doyle||118|
|6.||Jonny MacGregor / Ben Sharich||105|
|2.||Charlotte Birch / Adriano Medeiros||124|
|6.||Rob Baker / Jonathan Packer||82|
The Trophy Category will again run under a class structure, but with shorter races and no refuelling, open to any car whose performance does not match a GT4 or TCR car. After a 20-minute qualifying session, two 50-minute races will each include a mandatory pitstop, allowing cars to be shared with two drivers if preferred. Trophy will share some weekends with Endurance but will also become the headline event on others. The mandated tyre is Dunlop's Direzza trakday tyre, removing the high cost of separate sets for wet and dry conditions.
The format of our weekends will stay the same: for both Endurance and Trophy categories, nearly all will be single-day events, representing an immediate saving on costs. For Endurance we will continue to offer both TV coverage and VIP Hospitality for drivers and teams at each round.
The Britcar Endurance Championship uses its own, online classification system to categorise cars into their respective classes. Classes 1-4 are the faster cars in the Endurance category and classes 5-7 are in the Trophy category - see below for respective dates and race details. Click this link to access the Britcar Endurance Performance Indicator (BEPI).
Here is our provisional calendar for our Trophy Category the forthcoming season:
|11-12th July||Croft (Combined grid)|
|2nd August||Brands Hatch Indy|
|12th September||Oulton Park|
|11th October||Silverstone International|
Documents and forms for the 2020 season:
Published Britcar Endurance and Trophy regulations
2020 Championship Entry Form
UPDATED Trophy Registration form
Bulletin 1: Addition of Clio class
Bulletin 2: Slight change to manated tyres (due to change of calendar)
Bulletin 3: Updated calendar and number of points-scoring rounds
Drivers' media form
The Britcar Endurance Championship uses its own, online classification system to categorise cars into their respective classes. Classes 5-7 are in the Trophy category. Click this link to access the Britcar Endurance Performance Indicator (BEPI).
If you would like to find out more information about the changes we have made to the format, or would like to discuss the eligibility of your race car then please do not hesitate to contact us. All contact details can be found on the Contact page.