BTCC 2015 calendar confirmed

TOCA confirms the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship schedule with only minor alterations.
The calendar for the 2015 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship has been confirmed by TOCA with relatively few changes made over this year's schedule.

Once more the calendar comprises of ten three-race events, with Brands Hatch acting as both the 2015 BTCC curtain raiser and season finale, the former being held on the shorter Indy configuration on April 4-5 and the latter running on the longer GP layout.

Compared with the 2014 schedule, there has been no change in venue or order, with Donington Park, Thruxto, Oulton Park, Croft, Snetterton, Knockhill, Rockingham and Silverstone all on hosting duties once more. The only slight variation is the Oulton Park round, which will be held on the slightly longer Island configuration.

In addition, the annual pre-season Media Day will be held on March 24th at Donington Park, where many launches and the first official test session of the season is held.

ITV4 will continue to broadcast every race weekend live and in high definition, as well as via the ITV website. Regular highlights programmes will also be screened on both ITV and ITV4 following each event.

The full 2015 BTCC schedule, is as follows:

March 24 Donington Park (Media Day)
April 4-5 Brands Hatch Indy
April 18-19 Donington Park
May 9-10 Thruxton
June 6-7 Oulton Park (Island)
June 27-28 Croft
August 8-9 Snetterton
August 22-23 Knockhill
September 5-6 Rockingham
September 26-27 Silverstone
October 10-11 Brands Hatch GP

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November 18, 2014 8:04 PM

Add the Nurburgring Nordschleife on the calendar for a possible merge with the WTCC and hopefully many more. The Great Touring Car Gathering probable entry list Touring Masters DTM, STCC- Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Saab, Volvo, Kia, Dacia Touring Car 1 (Plus Related cars from TCIS) WTCC+TCIS, SEAT Leon EuC- Citroen, Honda, Lada, Chevrolet, Ford, Nissan, Renault, Mercedes, Audi, SEAT, Opel, VW, Alfa R, Hyundai Touring Car 2 WTCC, BTCC, ETC+ SMs- BMW, Ford, Chevrolet, MG, Mercedes, Audi, SEAT, Honda, Infiniti, Lada, Alfa, Proton Super 1600 ETC, Renault Clio EuC+UK, UK Mina Chal- Renault, Mini, Ford

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