2021 BTCC - Spectator Information Guide - Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship

16 Sep 21

The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship makes its annual trip to North Yorkshire this weekend (September 18/19) for Rounds 19, 20 & 21 at Croft Circuit - and its set to be a blockbuster spectacle.

In what is one of the highlights of the year for the British Automobile Racing Club venue, a big crowd is expected to flock trackside to the see the BTCC in action at Croft for the first time in more than two years.

Ahead of the weekend, here is some useful information to ensure you make the most of your visit:

Tickets: Advance online tickets have now closed however tickets will be on-sale to purchase across the weekend.

Adult Saturday Ticket - £15.00

Adult Sunday Ticket - £35.00

Adult Weekend Ticket - £43.00

Teen Saturday Ticket - £5.00

Teen Sunday Ticket - £8.00

Teen Weekend Ticket - £10.00

Children 12 and under accompanied by an adult are admitted to the circuit free of charge.

Grandstand seating is now sold out. For more information on tickets for this weekend’s event, please contact info@croftcircuit.co.uk or call 01325 721815.

Timetable: Along with three blockbuster BTCC races, a bumper support race programme which includes the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 Supercup, Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge, Porsche Carrera Cup GB, MINI CHALLENGE and F4 British Championship will also be in action at Croft.

Click HERE to download a timetable for this weekend’s event.

Gate Opening Times: Public admission to the venue is from 08:00 on both Saturday and Sunday.

Programmes: These will be available to purchase on the main gate and other outlets around the venue from £5.00.

BTCC Drivers’ Parade: With BTCC Pit Lane Autograph sessions not taking place this year, the stars of Britain’s premier motorsport series will instead take part in a BTCC Drivers’ Parade on Sunday at 11:05.

Venue Map: Click HERE to view/download the venue map.

Open Paddock: Both the BTCC and TOCA support championship paddocks are open to the public over the course of the weekend meaning you can get up close with the stars and their cars of all championships in action.

Big Screens: Race day (Sunday 19th September) will see two titan TV screens positioned trackside to ensure those in attendance won’t miss a second of the action, regardless of where they are sitting.

One screen will be situated on the inside of the first sequence of corners whilst the second will be found at the Complex towards the end of the lap

How we’re keeping visitors safe: Click HERE to see what we’re doing to keep those who are visiting Croft safe.