|Circuit length:2.13 miles|
|Race Distance: –|
|First BTCC Race:1968|
|Qualifying Lap Record: Colin Turkington: 1m21.468s (92.80mph) 2022|
|Race Lap Record:Colin Turkington:1m21.781s(93.54mph)2020|
|09.30 – 10.05||Free Practice||Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship|
|10.20 – 10.30||Free Practice||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM|
|10.40 – 11.00||Qualifying||ROKiT F4 British Championship|
|11.10 – 11.40||Qualifying||The Vertu Motors MINI CHALLENGE Trophy|
|11.50 – 12.25||Free Practice||Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship|
|12.35||Race||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM||6|
|12.50 – 13.50||Lunch Break|
|13.50||Race||ROKiT F4 British Championship||20 mins|
|14.25 – 14.55||Qualifying||Porsche Sprint Challenge Great Britain|
|15.05||Race||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM||6|
|15.25 – 15.55||Qualifying||Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship|
|16.05||Race||The Vertu Motors MINI CHALLENGE Trophy||20 mins|
|16.40||Race||ROKiT F4 British Championship||20 mins|
|17.15||Race||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM||8|
|17.35 – 17.55||Race||Porsche Sprint Challenge Great Britain||20 mins|
|10.30 – 11.05||Pit Lane Walkabout / Autograph Session|
|11.55||BTCC Pit Lane Opens|
|12.10||Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship||15|
|12.50||Porsche Sprint Challenge Great Britain||20 mins|
|13.25||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM||6|
|13.45||ROKiT F4 British Championship||20 mins|
|14.20||BTCC Pit Lane Opens|
|14.35||Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship||15|
|15.15||The Vertu Motors MINI CHALLENGE Trophy||20 mins|
|15.50||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM||6|
|16.10||Porsche Sprint Challenge Great Britain||20 mins|
|16.45||BTCC Pit Lane Opens|
|17.00||Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship||15|
|17.40||Legends Cars Elite Cup with JLM||8|
This timetable is provisional and subject to change.
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Close to the urban centres of Darlington, Middlesbrough, Newcastle and York, Croft Circuit brings the BTCC to the northeast of England and thousands of passionate race fans. Though a relatively recent returnee to the BTCC calendar in the late nineties, the 2.1-mile circuit has been developed for over 50 years into a top-flight racing venue.
Traditionally a track that favours rear-wheel drive machinery, the North Yorkshire venue is renowned for its challenging, technical nature. Indeed, it is often regarded as the truest all-round test on the BTCC calendar.
Usually coming just before the ‘summer break’, Croft is often a pivotal event as teams seek to pull out an advantage over their rivals before mid-season testing commences. In 2023, however, Croft will kick off the second half of the campaign, after a six-week gap following Oulton Park.
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