If you’re wondering where to watch the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC), then this article is for you. You’ll find information on ITV4 and the Ginetta GT Supercup, as well as the Porsche Carrera Cup GB. Plus, you can even download the BTCC app to your iPhone. The series is broadcast over 8 circuits, with the final round being at Brands Hatch GP.
ITV4 shows British touring car championship races. As of 2008, the series has been screened live on the channel. The series will be broadcast on ITV4 in HD, with commentary provided by Tim Harvey, former champion of the BTCC. Several high-profile events will be screened as part of the coverage, including the Tour de France, Formula One, and British Superbikes. The channel also shows highlights from the first two races of the day and a late-night highlights show.
Ginetta GT Supercup
In addition to the BTCC, the British touring car championship also includes the Ginetta GT Supercup, a multi-class racing series. The Ginetta GT Supercup consists of two main classes, the G55 and the G50, the former being the older Ginetta G50. Depending on the circuit, three Supercup races are held on any given weekend. Additionally, the Ginetta GT Supercup has a Ginetta Junior Championship, a championship for 14 to 17-year-olds. All BTCC weekends in 2013 will feature two races of the Ginetta GT Supercup.
Porsche Carrera Cup GB
There are a number of reasons to watch the Porsche Carrera Cup GB. Dan Cammish made a triumphant return to the championship with two wins at Donington Park. The championship is now a close race with Dan aiming to extend his points lead to the end of the season. But Cammish has his work cut out for him. He’ll have to contend with his main rivals in this championship, including Harry King, Kiern Jewiss and Thruxton.
If you are a fan of the Ginetta GT, you should find out where to watch the British touring car championship. This championship is one of the most watched and is a must-watch event for fans of the Japanese brand. You can watch the races at Snetterton, where the Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship takes centre stage. The driver to beat in the junior series is Bailey Voisin. The Australian has already won seven races this year and will need to continue his form to remain in the lead.
Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship is in rude health at the moment, and Sunday’s opening rounds at Brands Hatch will be a reminder of just how well the new formula is doing. This year, the new Next Generation Touring Car specification machinery will replace the Super 2000 spec machinery used in the current season. For those of you who don’t know, the Next Generation Touring Car specification is a significant step up from the old Super 2000 spec machines.
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