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We are disappointed to have to confirm that the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship’s annual visit to Croft Circuit on October 10/11 will now have to be run behind closed doors, without spectators.
Croft regrets that spectators will not be allowed into the circuit next weekend for the DDMC Battle of Britain event
Croft Circuit will welcome the British Touring Car Championship back to North Yorkshire once again in 2021 following confirmation of next year’s calendar.
The British Automobile Racing Club’s second race meeting in as many weeks since UK motorsport restarted proved to be a resounding smash-hit this past weekend (July 11/12), as six championships served up a feast of entertainment at Croft - the first event being staged at the circuit since motorsport in the UK restarted.
The British Automobile Racing Club speeds into North Yorkshire this weekend (July 11/12) with six championships all set to take centre stage at Croft Circuit.
As a return to racing draws nearer following, Croft Circuit is readying itself to play host to top-level motorsport once more in 2020 - with a four-event post-lockdown schedule having been announced.
A pre-race test day is now available on Friday 10 July for the BARC race meeting the following day (11/12 July).
Groups available for: Mighty Minis, Legends, Max 5, Caterhams, Junior Saloons and Britcar.
Croft Circuit takes the first steps to re-opening the venue with track days and general testing starting from Friday 12 June.
A provisional date for the rescheduled British Touring Car Championship at Croft has been announced, which will see Croft host Rounds 19, 20 & 21 on October 10/11. However, the BTCC calendar will remain conditional upon receiving appropriate government directives and approvals regarding the resumption of sporting activities.
All tickets for the original race meeting date (15/16 August) are valid for the new provisional date and any further rescheduled date. If the race meeting is cancelled and not rescheduled, or if you cannot attend on the new date, a full refund will be made to ticket holders.
As it stands (as of 18.03.20), track days hosted by Javelin Trackdays and No Limits Trackdays are currently going ahead as planned at Croft Circuit.
In line with the government’s public health advice and the direction of both Motorsport UK and the Auto-Cycle Union (ACU), Croft Circuit is suspending all motorsport events and racing school activities with immediate effect until April 30th 2020.
Following on from the government's announcements on Thursday 12th March 2020, we can confirm that Croft Circuit is continuing, in so far as is possible, with business as usual.
Pre-race testing for the DDMC race meeting is now available to book.
For the second year running, Cumbrian driver Barry Lindsay will lead the field away on the Darlington and District Motor Club-organised Jack Frost Stages Rally which will take place at Croft Circuit, North Yorkshire next Sunday (February 2nd 2020).
2020 Season Passes to Croft Circuit are now available to buy - and they’re a must have for any motorsport fan, enabling you to save hundreds of pounds on admission for our full calendar of events.