Rounds 19, 20 & 21



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Circuit length:2.13 miles
Race Distance: –
First BTCC Race:1968
Qualifying Lap Record: Andrew Jordan:1m21.734s(93.59mph)2019
Race Lap Record:Colin Turkington:1m21.781s(93.54mph)2020
Circuit Guide

Saturday, September 18





09.30 – 10.10Free PracticeKwik Fit British Touring Car Championship 
10.25 – 10.45QualifyingF4 British Championship
10.55 – 11.15QualifyingProtyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge
11.25 – 11.55QualifyingThe Quaife MINI CHALLENGE
12.05 – 12.45Free PracticeKwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
12.45 – 13.45Lunch Break
13.45 – 14.05QualifyingMillers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship
14.15RaceF4 British Championship20 mins
14.50 – 15.20QualifyingKwik Fit British Touring Car Championship 
15.30 – 16.00QualifyingPorsche Carrera Cup Great Britain
16.05RaceProtyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge12
16.35RaceThe Quaife MINI CHALLENGE20 mins
17.05RaceMillers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship10
17.35RaceF4 British Championship20 mins


Sunday, September 19 




11.05 – 11.30BTCC Drivers Parade  
11.50BTCC Pit Lane Opens 
12.05Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship15
12.40Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship15
13.15Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain15
13.50F4 British Championship20 mins
14.20BTCC Pit Lane Opens 
14.35Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship15
15.10Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge12
15.45The Quaife MINI CHALLENGE20 mins
16.15Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship15
16.50BTCC Pit Lane Opens 
17.05Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship15
17.40Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain15

Tickets available from here.

Qualifying LIVE: Saturday 18 September from 1445

Raceday LIVE: Sunday 19 September
ITV4 & ITV4 HD 1135-1830
ITV4 +1 1235-1930 1135-1830

Highlights: Wednesday 22 September  
2340-0055 (STV TBC)
ITV+1 0040-0155 (STV TBC)

Circuit Biography

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.

Coming just before the ‘summer break’, Croft is always a pivotal round as teams seek to pull out an advantage over their rivals before mid-season testing commences. 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.



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