BRSCC UNVEILS PROVISIONAL 2022 RACE WEEKEND CALENDAR MATRIX


After much anticipation and off the back of a mega 2021 campaign, the BRSCC is delighted to announce our provisional 2022 season race calendar matrix!

We will follow this up next week with individualized calendars for each championship and series, however, we wanted to give our members, teams and customers as much advance notice as possible.

PLEASE NOTE: The numbers shown in the matrix refer to the amount of track sessions on each day during the event and include qualifying sessions and races. So, a race weekend showing “2 | 2” will denote (1x) qualifying session and (1x) race, followed by (2x) races on the next day.

(3*) in the matrix denotes sessions with longer qualifying sessions and races.

Junior racers will have (1x) free practice session prior to qualifying at all events.

Next week’s individual calendars will clarify things further.

As well as securing the best circuits and dates for all of our own championships and race series, we’re also delighted to welcome the C1 Racing Club into our race portfolio, plus we’ll be joined by Legends Racing UK, the Mini 7 Racing Club and 500 Owners Association (listed as Historic F3) throughout the season at selected meetings, as well as seeing the welcome return of others such as MG Car ClubBritcar EnduranceDarlington and District Motor Club and Classic and Modern Motorsport Club.

The eagle-eyed amongst you will also spot the inclusion of two new BRSCC formulae, these being Mazda SuperCup Clubman and the BMW 1 Series SuperCup – and news of both will be released in the very near future… 👀

As you will hopefully appreciate, there is a massive amount of complexity and variability involved when trying to deliver the best possible mix of circuits and dates, and we really appreciate your patience and support. Let’s all look forward to another excellent season of racing in 2022! 🏁

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