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
|2||Chris Overend / Julian Thomas||115|
|3||Anthony Rodgers / Fynn Jones||109|
|5||Rhys Hurd / Harry Yardley-Rose||107|
|6||Jasver Sapra / Bryan Branson||107|
They won Race 1 of the Trophy Championship, and throughout the weekend they had graced the podium in other championships, so a win in Race 2 sealed a successful weekend for Jas Sapra and Brian Bransom. Sapra’s BMW led away from the rolling start, pursued by the...
The Invitation entry BMW E36 Niall Bradley won on the road, but attracted a penalty for pitting out of sequence, and was then disqualified due to a technical infringement, leaving friends and occasional rivals Jas Sapra and Brian Bransom to take the honours in Sapra’s...
First-timer Sebastien Dubois, in the Motus One Ginetta G55, took a surprise win in the second Britcar Trophy Championship race at Silverstone. A Safety Car period in the late stages of the pit-stop window threw a curved ball into the proceedings, seemingly falling in...