Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
24 - 25 September 2022

Bumper to Bumper
Action

Long straights and tight corners make for nail biting overtaking opportunities. Drivers hold their nerve for this penultimate calendar fixture of round 25, 26 and 27. 

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CHASING SUTTON

The 2021 championship saw Ashley Sutton claim the BTCC title for a third time. This year, all eyes are on Turkington, Cook and Ingram, hot on the heals of Sutton and closing fast.

2021 RACE HIGHLIGHTS

BTCC utilises the short National Circuit layout to maximise the action for fans. As well as regularly playing host to some memorable touring car battles as the drivers eke out every last second and set themselves up in the strongest position.

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KIDS GO FREE

Do more together, that's why kids 15 & under go free!

WHAT YOU GET
  • Roving seats in the following grandstands: Luffield, Woodcote B, Copse A, Copse B, Copse C, BRDC and Silverstone 6
  • Family friendly entertainment
  • Food and drinks options available to purchase
  • Free car parking
  • Silverstone Radio broadcasting on 87.7FM
  • Giant viewing screens
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BTTC cars battling on track at Silverstone

HOSPITALITY PACKAGES

High speed straights, sharp turns and lots of thrills. Hospitality packages with premium views of the race circuit with delicious food and drink for the best race day experience.

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FAST FACTS
  • Race lap record is held by Ash Sutton: 57.613s (102.50mph) 2021
  • Qualifying lap record is held by Dan Cammish: 57.349s (102.97mph) 2020
  • Jason Plato tops the leader board of BTCC with 97 race wins throughout his action packed BTCC career
  • In 2018, BTCC celebrated 60 years of the championship by tying up the track action at the Silverstone Classic. The iconic parade saw touring cars spanning six decades receive a standing ovation, from the glorious Austin A105 Westminster as  raced by Jack Sears in the inaugural BTCC title in 1985 right up to the 2017 title-winning Subaru Levorg GT.