2019 British GT Championship Calendar

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Rounds 1 & 2

Oulton Park, April 20-22

The British GT Championship will kick off its 2019 season with two races on Easter Monday, complete with pit-stops and even Le Mans-style driver changes. The championship boasts a record 38-car entry this season, featuring the latest mouth-watering racing supercars from McLaren, Bentley, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Porsche, and BMW.

BRDC British F3 on the other hand is a hotbed of talented youngsters aiming to prove themselves en-route to F1. Former competitors include Britain’s newest F1 recruit Lando Norris.

Away from the racing, there will be a fun-filled programme of themed entertainment, including car displays, Easter egg hunts, kids’ entertainment, and much more.

Please note that racing is on Saturday and Monday only. There will be no track activity on Sunday. 

 

(source: http://www.oultonpark.co.uk/)

Rounds 3 & 4

Snetterton, May 18-19

The British GT Championship returns to Norfolk’s super-speed Snetterton for two supercar thrillers again in 2019, with additional action from the BRDC British F3 Championship.

British GT features representation from many of the world’s most glamorous performance car manufacturers. The championship boasts a record 38-car entry this season, featuring the latest mouth-watering racing supercars from McLaren, Bentley, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Porsche, and BMW.

BRDC British F3, on the other hand is a hotbed of talented youngsters aiming to prove themselves en-route to F1. Former competitors include Britain’s newest F1 recruit Lando Norris.

(Source: http://www.snetterton.co.uk/)

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Round 5

Silverstone, June 8-9

British GT returns to the home of British Motor Racing on 8/9 June for its annual blue riband event: the Silverstone 500.
A packed grid of GT3 and GT4 machinery, featuring the likes of Aston Martin, Mercedes-AMG, Lamborghini and Bentley, will battle for three hours around the world famous venue’s full GP configuration.

Silverstone’s original GP layout played host to the second ever British GT meeting in 1993 when Win Percy’s development-spec Jaguar XJ220 romped to an emphatic victory. Since then its National, International and various GP circuits have welcomed the championship on another 45 occasions, while Silverstone is one of just two venues to have hosted a British GT round in every one of its 26 seasons to date.

Silverstone’s status as the series’ most prestigious event saw a historic piece of silverware – the 1932 RAC Trophy – awarded to British GT’s overall winners for the first time in 2017. Silverstone also typically attracts the championship’s largest grid of the season, and is the only event on the calendar to feature a three-hour race.

(source: https://www.silverstone.co.uk/)

Round 6

Donington Park, June 22-23

The British GT Championship has added a second Donington Park date to its 2019 calendar, ensuring a summer appearance alongside the BRDC British F3 Championship this year.

The headline British GT race will feature a selection of race-prepared supercars take to the circuit for a two-hour epic, complete with Le Mans-style driver changes. The championship boasts a record 38-car entry this season, featuring the latest mouth-watering racing supercars from McLaren, Bentley, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Porsche, and BMW.

BRDC British F3, on the other hand is a hotbed of talented youngsters aiming to prove themselves en-route to F1. Former competitors include Britain’s newest F1 recruit George Russell and teenage amputee sensation Billy Monger.

(Source: http://www.donington-park.co.uk/)

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Round 7

Spa-Franchorchamps (Belgium), July 20-21

 

The British GT Championship makes its only trip overseas to the legendary Spa-Franchorchamps circuit in Belgium as part of the SRO Speedweek. A two week festival of racing leading into the historic 24 hours of Spa the following weekend.

With pit-stops and even Le Mans-style driver changes. The championship boasts a record 38-car entry this season, featuring the latest mouth-watering racing supercars from McLaren, Bentley, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Porsche, and BMW.

This is definitely a round not to be missed!

Round 8

Brands Hatch, August 3-4

The majestic Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit will play host to the most glamorous machinery in UK motor racing when the British GT Championship returns to Kent in the summer of 2019, alongside the BRDC British F3 Championship.

The headline British GT race will feature a selection of race-prepared supercars take to the circuit for a two-hour epic, complete with Le Mans-style driver changes. The championship boasts a record 38-car entry this season, featuring the latest mouth-watering racing supercars from McLaren, Bentley, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Porsche, and BMW.

Three BRDC British F3 races will allow talented youngsters to try and emulate Lando Norris in using the series as a launch pad to F1 stardom. Other recent high profile British F3 aces include teenage amputee sensation Billy Monger.

 

(Source: http://www.brandshatch.co.uk/)

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Round 9

Donington Park, September 14-15

 

As is now traditional, Donington Park’s full Grand Prix circuit will set the scene for the British GT Championship’s 2019 season finale, as well as the last races of the BRDC British F3 Championship season.

The headline British GT race will feature a selection of race-prepared supercars take to the circuit for a two-hour epic, complete with Le Mans-style driver changes. The championship boasts a record 38-car entry this season, featuring the latest mouth-watering racing supercars from McLaren, Bentley, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Porsche, and BMW.

Three BRDC British F3 races will allow talented youngsters to try and emulate George Russell in using the series as a launch pad to F1 stardom. Other recent high profile British F3 aces include teenage amputee sensation Billy Monger.

 

(source: http://www.donington-park.co.uk/)

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