BTCC support race series news - News stories from the series that support the British Touring Car Championship. Welcome to natur-holzbausteine.de! NEXT BTCC RACES: 28 - 29 Apr , Rnds 4 - . May 14, · BTCC support races feature British F4 open wheel cars, Ginetta Juniors, Ginetta GT4, and MINI Challenge events. It’s easy to imagine a career mode starting with the Juniors (for year olds) and progressing through the categories to the top rung. Apr 29, · BTCC support races Information about the support race championships that run alongside the BTCC.
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Ginetta G50 Championship. Renault UK Clio Cup. The items currently in your basket have now expired. You will now be redirected so that you can add these items again if required. Saturday 08 - Sunday 09 August Thriliing tin-top action throughout the year as the Clio drivers go head to head around the country. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. BTCC support races. Formula Renault UK Championship. Timing is allowed, unlike a trackday.
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Three-time runner-up Nathan Harrison has a point lead over Excelr8 team-mate Dan Zelos, while the champion, Jamsport driver Ant Whorton-Eales, is 13 points further back. But, with points available, predicting a champion is virtually impossible. Drivers all the way down to eighth-placed Lewis Brown are still in with a mathematical chance - a group that includes regular Renault UK Clio Cup title contender Max Coates. Add in the category's dropped-score rule and the calculators will be out on Sunday.
One title fight where complex calculations are unlikely to be needed is in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup. Rob Boston Racing driver Will Burns came unbelievably close to sealing the crown last time out at Snetterton, so he essentially just needs to finish the opening Brands contest to secure the title. Having twice narrowly lost out in dramatic finales before, his seemingly straightforward path to the championship win will no doubt be a relief to Burns.
That he's in such a strong position is quite remarkable, considering how evenly matched the leading trio in the series were over the opening chunk of the campaign. Little separated Burns from Gus Burton and Tom Hibbert and it looked like the battle would rage throughout the year, like the close F4 fight.
But opening-lap dramas for Burton at Thruxton and Snetterton and a very strong Croft for Burns have put him on the front foot. And there are no such concerns at all for King in the Carrera Cup, instead he can focus on finishing the season with a flourish.
While, for those involved, the title fights seem incredibly important, in reality they matter little. Colin Turner's horrific crash at Silverstone in the Walter Hayes Trophy earlier this month - after which the outpouring of support has been fantastic to see - offers some perspective.
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