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 Silverstone Grand Prix

2024 BRITISH GT CHAMPIONSHIP – ROUND 3

27 April 2024 - 28 April 2024

13 : 08 : 34
DAYS HOURS MINS

2024 CALENDAR

Rounds Date Circuit Format Price Links
1 & 2 30 Mar 2024 -
01 Apr 2024
Oulton Park International Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
3 27 Apr 2024 -
28 Apr 2024
Silverstone Grand Prix Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
4 25 May 2024 -
26 May 2024
Donington Park GP Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
5 21 Jun 2024 -
23 Jun 2024
Spa-Francorchamps Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
6 & 7 13 Jul 2024 -
14 Jul 2024
Snetterton 300 Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
8 07 Sep 2024 -
08 Sep 2024
Donington Park GP Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
9 28 Sep 2024 -
29 Sep 2024
Brands Hatch GP Contact Promoter Contact Promoter
Event Date Circuit Results
1 & 2 - 2024 30 Mar 2024 -
01 Apr 2024
Oulton Park International View PDF
8 - 2023 09 Sep 2023 -
10 Sep 2023
Brands Hatch GP View PDF
7 - 2023 22 Jul 2023 -
23 Jul 2023
Autodromo Internacional Algarve View PDF
5 & 6 - 2023 17 Jun 2023 -
18 Jun 2023
Snetterton 300 View PDF
4 - 2023 27 May 2023 -
28 May 2023
Donington Park GP View PDF
3 - 2023 06 May 2023 -
07 May 2023
Silverstone Grand Prix View PDF
1 & 2- 2023 08 Apr 2023 -
10 Apr 2023
Oulton Park International View PDF
7 - 2022 15 Oct 2022 -
16 Oct 2022
Donington Park GP View PDF
6 - 2022 10 Sep 2022 -
11 Sep 2022
Brands Hatch GP View PDF
5 - 2022 23 Jul 2022 -
25 Jul 2021
Spa-Francorchamps View PDF
4 - 2022 25 Jun 2022 -
26 Jun 2022
Snetterton 300 View PDF
3 - 2022 28 May 2022 -
29 May 2022
Donington Park GP View PDF
2 - 2022 07 May 2022 -
08 May 2022
Silverstone Grand Prix View PDF
1 - 2022 16 Apr 2022 -
18 Apr 2022
Oulton Park International View PDF
7 - 2021 16 Oct 2021 -
17 Oct 2021
Donington Park GP View PDF
6 - 2021 11 Sep 2021 -
12 Sep 2021
Oulton Park International View PDF
5 - 2021 07 Aug 2021 -
08 Aug 2021
Snetterton 300 View PDF
4 - 2021 23 Jul 2022 -
25 Jul 2021
Spa-Francorchamps View PDF
3 - 2021 10 Jul 2021 -
11 Jul 2021
Donington Park GP View PDF
2 - 2021 26 Jun 2021 -
27 Jun 2021
Silverstone Grand Prix View PDF
1 - 2021 22 May 2021 -
23 May 2021
Brands Hatch GP View PDF
6 - 2020 07 Nov 2020 -
08 Nov 2020
Silverstone Grand Prix View PDF
5 - 2020 03 Oct 2020 -
04 Oct 2020
Snetterton 300 View PDF
4 - 2020 19 Sep 2020 -
20 Sep 2020
Donington Park GP View PDF
3 - 2020 29 Aug 2020 -
30 Aug 2020
Brands Hatch GP View PDF
2 - 2020 15 Aug 2020 -
16 Aug 2020
Donington Park GP View PDF
1 - 2020 01 Aug 2020 -
01 Aug 2020
Oulton Park International View PDF
7 - 2019 14 Sep 2019 -
15 Sep 2019
Donington Park GP View PDF
6 - 2019 03 Aug 2019 -
04 Aug 2019
Brands Hatch GP View PDF
5 - 2019 20 Jul 2019 -
21 Jul 2019
Spa-Francorchamps View PDF
4 - 2019 22 Jun 2019 -
23 Jun 2019
Donington Park GP View PDF
3 - 2019 08 Jun 2019 -
09 Jun 2019
Silverstone Grand Prix View PDF
2 - 2019 18 May 2019 -
19 May 2019
Snetterton 300 View PDF
1 - 2019 20 Apr 2019 -
22 Apr 2019
Oulton Park International View PDF
SEASON
Current British GT Standings View Standings

About the BRITISH GT CHAMPIONSHIP

For more than 30 years, the British GT Championship has stood at the forefront of GT and sportscar racing in the UK, overseen by world-renowned GT racing promoters SRO Motorsport with assistance from the BRSCC and pitting high-performance GT3 and GT4 race cars against each other on track together.

British GT can trace its roots back to the days of the BRDC National Sports GT Challenge which began in 1993 and since then it’s come a long way from the days when Porsches, Ford Escort Cosworths and Jaguar XJ220s were regular entries. Charging through an iconic era when GT1 and GT2 cars dominated the grids, marques such as Porsche, McLaren, Lister, Jaguar, TVR, Lotus and Marcos provided a thumping soundtrack over the years, but when costs escalated in its latter seasons, the switch to GT3 in 2004 thanks to then new promoters SRO proved to be a wise and successful decision, and British GT continues to run and thrive under the GT3/ GT4 class structure to this day.

The GT3 and GT4 regulations allow a wide range of manufacturers to compete against one another. For example, in 2023 there were no less than 8 different marques represented across both classes, proving just how diverse a British GT can be at all times. In addition, top drivers from continental Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East regularly feature on the grid to test their skills against the best talent the British Isles has to offer.

Both classes race on track together at the same time and race formats vary throughout the season, with some weekends featuring a pair of 60-minute “sprint” races, while others typically last between two to three hours, with mandatory pitstops, driver changes, refuelling and tyre changes. Pit stop success penalties are also applied based on results from the previous race, meaning the competition always stays close and unpredictable.

British GT visits some of the finest circuits in the UK such as Silverstone for its annual centrepiece 500-mile race, Donington Park which usually acts as the final round each year, Brands Hatch, Oulton Park and Snetterton. It has also become something of a tradition for the championship to feature one international round, typically at venues such as Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, or Autodromo Internacional Algarve in Portugal, which the championship visited for the first time in 2023.

Get Started

Contact Name Phone Number Email
Lauren Granville - Championship Manager 020 7835 2573 Send Email
Alaina Bull - Event & Hospitality Coordinator Send Email
Tom Hornsby - Press Officer 07935820827 Send Email
Peter Daly - Permanent Race Director Send Email
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DESCRIPTION DETAILS
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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DOCUMENT TITLE UPLOAD DATE
2024 Sporting & Technical Regulations 27/03/2024 View Document

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