BTCC Thruxton – May 18-19

One for the motorsport pursuits. The flash, bang, wallop action of the British Touring Car Championship arrives at Thruxton which is a throwback to a classic age at a circuit which has lost none of its charms.

Originally constructed in 1942 as World War II RAF base, the circuit which circles the runway is one of the fastest short circuits in the United Kingdom and provides a unique challenge to all BTCC machines – while Dunlop also produces special tyres to endure the demands of the Hampshire circuit.

With the circuit only permitted to 12 days of motorsport each year, the weekend marks a special time of the year for all involved.



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