The Britcar Trophy Category is open to any car whose performance does not reach the GT4 or TCR standard. A pair of fifty-minute races will each include a mandatory pitstop, allowing cars to be shared with two drivers if preferred.
Trophy will share some weekends with Praga and BEC, but will also become the headline event on others. Nearly all rounds will be single-day events, representing an immediate saving on costs. The mandated tyre is the GoodYear Direzza trackday tyre, negating the extra cost of separate sets for wet and dry conditions.
- 1x 20 minute qualifying
- 2x 50 minute races
- Most on a single day
Top 6 Drivers
|1||Chris Overend / James Whitley||330|
|3||Rhys Hurd / Harry Yardley-Rose||311|
He did it again – Will Stacey made short work of the foreshortened Race 2, making a clean sweep in the Rob Boston Racing Lotus Elise in drier conditions. This time Jas Sapra had got the measure of Stacey’s starting methodology, and from the second row the orange BMW...
Will Stacey (left), driving the Invitation entry Rob Boston Racing Lotus Elise, took a convincing win in a damp Race 1. With qualifying being a wash-out, and cars doing the required laps behind the Safety Car, the grid was set in Championship points order, in class...
Mark Lee and Owen Hizzey, in the SVG Ginetta G56A, took a second win of the day in strange circumstances. Red-flagged after 18 minutes, the race was resumed for a 20-minute sprint, with, where applicable, the “second” drivers taking part, and the timing sheets showing...