Croft circuit is one of the most challenging tracks in the UK. It is also one of the longest at 2.1 miles / 3.36 km per lap.
The British Automobile Racing Club stages its second event of the season at Croft with a raft of championships all set to continue their 2019 campaigns. With the new season in full swing the North Yorkshire venue provides the latest stop on the calendar for three categories whilst one series kicks off their own proceedings. The Max5 Racing Championship lifts the curtain on what is expected to be another superlative year of competition as a healthy grid of Mazda machines go wheel-to-wheel for the first time in 2019. Having already competed this year, the Junior Saloon Car Championship, and Caterham Graduates Championship are all also back in action for the second chapter of their respective stories. In addition to the BARC categories competing, on-track entertainment is also likely to be provided by the Darlington & District Motor Club and the Mini Se7en Championship, both of whom will race too.
For up to date information including a timetable for this event please visit: https://www.barc.net/event/barc-race-meeting-croft-april-13-14/