Helpful guidelines

Is the BTCC on TV 2021?

Is the BTCC on TV 2021?

How to watch BTCC qualifying in 2021. The Saturday qualifying session isn’t broadcast on TV, so you’ll have to watch online. Head to ITV’s website and you can watch along with the timing information in a web browser on your PC, phone or tablet.

How long is the Bentley Straight at Snetterton?

0.980 mi
The circuit hosts races from series including the British Touring Car Championship, British Formula Three Championship and British Superbike Championship….Snetterton Circuit.

Snetterton 300 Circuit (2011-present)
Length 0.980 mi (1.577 km)
Turns 6

Are spectators allowed at Snetterton?

Welcome to MSV Ticketing What’s on at Snetterton? Snetterton circuit is one of the UK’s finest motor racing facilities, not just for competitors but for spectators too.

Is touring a car calendar?

BTCC Schedule season 2022

24 Apr 24 * Apr Donington Park Donington Park Upcoming
12 Jun 12 * Jun Oulton Park Oulton Park Circuit Upcoming
26 Jun 26 * Jun Croft Croft Circuit Upcoming
31 Jul 31 * Jul Knockhill Knockhill Racing Circuit Upcoming
14 Aug 14 * Aug Snetterton Snetterton Upcoming

Which UK race track has the longest straight?

Snetterton has the longest straight in the UK.

Why is it called the bomb hole at Snetterton?

Folklore says that the bike races found it a great challenge where several fell became known as a ‘Bumhole’ of a corner, a name which stuck. Of course commentator Norman Greenway could not use that name so in the early 80s the ‘Bombhole’ was born.

Are dogs allowed at Snetterton?

No animals are permitted anywhere on site, with the exception of guide/assistance dogs. over a year ago.

Are spectators allowed at BTCC?

The paddock will be open and free of charge to spectators throughout the BTCC weekend at Oulton Park. Any restaurants that are located within paddock areas will be open to the public once again (subject to the above). Please note there will be no pit walkabouts at any BTCC meeting in 2021.

Are crowds allowed at BTCC?

Thruxton BTCC To Be Run Behind Closed Doors We are sorry to inform you that this year’s Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) race meeting at Thruxton (19/20 September 2020) will have to be run behind closed doors, without spectators.