British GT Championship

The British GT Championship showcases the most prestigious and stylish sportscar grid of any national motorsport championship in the world

Next Event Brands Hatch GP Circuit


22 May 2021 - 23 May 2021

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6 - 2020 07 Nov 2020 - 08 Nov 2020 Silverstone Grand Prix Download PDF
5 - 2020 03 Oct 2020 - 04 Oct 2020 Snetterton 300 Download PDF
4 - 2020 19 Sep 2020 - 20 Sep 2020 Donington Park GP Download PDF
3 - 2020 29 Aug 2020 - 30 Aug 2020 Brands Hatch GP Download PDF
2 - 2020 15 Aug 2020 - 16 Aug 2020 Donington Park GP Download PDF
1 - 2020 01 Aug 2020 - 01 Aug 2020 Oulton Park International Download PDF
7 - 2019 14 Sep 2019 - 15 Sep 2019 Donington Park GP Download PDF
6 - 2019 03 Aug 2019 - 04 Aug 2019 Brands Hatch GP Download PDF
5 - 2019 20 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019 Spa-Francorchamps Download PDF
4 - 2019 22 Jun 2019 - 23 Jun 2019 Donington Park GP Download PDF
3 - 2019 08 Jun 2019 - 09 Jun 2019 Silverstone Grand Prix Download PDF
2 - 2019 18 May 2019 - 19 May 2019 Snetterton 300 Download PDF
1 - 2019 20 Apr 2019 - 22 Apr 2019 Oulton Park International Download PDF

2021 Provisional Calendar

1 22 May 2021 - 23 May 2021 Brands Hatch GP Event
2 26 Jun 2021 - 27 Jun 2021 Silverstone Grand Prix Event
3 10 Jul 2021 - 11 Jul 2021 Donington Park GP Event
4 24 Jul 2021 - 25 Jul 2021 Spa-Francorchamps Event
5 & 6 07 Aug 2021 - 08 Aug 2021 Snetterton 300 Event
7 & 8 11 Sep 2021 - 12 Sep 2021 Oulton Park International Event
9 16 Oct 2021 - 17 Oct 2021 Donington Park GP Event


Benjamin Franassovici - Championship Coordinator

About the British GT Championship

For 28 years the Intelligent Money British GT Championship has formed an intrinsic part of the UK’s national motorsport fabric. But, having undergone a number of changes throughout those that quarter-century, it’s difficult to envisage an era more competitive than the current GT3/4 format.

First organised by the British Racing Drivers Club in 1993, the BRDC National Sports GT Challenge (as it was then known) featured grids of wildly different machinery loosely grouped into vibrant classes comprising sportscars and saloons.

The term ‘British GT’ was first used in 1995 just as a new age of GT1 and GT2 cars was beginning to materialise. Indeed, the latter part of the 1990s would see some of the category’s most incredible and iconic cars, such as the McLaren F1 GTR, Porsche 911 GT1, Lister Storm GTL and Jaguar XJ220C contest British GT in the hands of top-line international racers and home-grown amateur talent.

But a GT racing revolution was about to take place, and Britain would be at the forefront. With GT1 becoming an increasingly distant memory and GT2 proving too costly the championship sought a fresh direction. New, balanced GT3 regulations had proven popular in Europe under SRO’s guidance and when the organisation was appointed British GT promoter in 2004 the same cars made their way across the Channel.

Indeed, since then British GT has re-established itself as the world’s foremost domestic GT series. GT4’s arrival and subsequent expansion currently sees two classes running on the same track at once, an important aspect of GT competition that enables a driver to prepare for international endurance racing, while the option to also field GTC entries remains a possibility.

Traditional British sportscar manufacturers have always featured heavily in the series: Lotus, TVR, Marcos, Darrian, Lister and, more recently, Chevron, Ginetta, Aston Martin, McLaren and Bentley have underlined the championship’s unique British spirit.

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GT3 These cars will normally run to the FIA International Sporting Code Appendix J Art. 257A (forthwith referred to as the current FIA GT3 technical regulations), and GT3 cars with national homologation by other ASN’s, subject to Motorsport UK agreement in each case and their respective technical forms.
GT4 GT4 cars will normally run to the GT4 regulations. Any GT4 car entered by a competitor must conform strictly to its Technical Form as well as to any additional notification from the SRO GT4 Bureau. It will be up to the competitor to obtain the Technical Form concerning his car from the SRO GT4 Bureau. All cars approved by SRO Motorsports Group will be the subject of a descriptive form called Technical Form on which shall be entered all data enabling identification of the said model.
GTC GTC cars are required to comply with the technical regulations as listed together with an individual technical specification approved by the organisers prior to the first event entered.
Invitation This class will be for cars, selected by the organisers, which for any reason do not comply with the regulations for either GT3, GT4 or GTC. Entries to the Invitation Class is totally at the discretion of the Organisers. No points will be awarded for the Invitation Class.
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2021 Regulations View Document


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