Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship

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Saturday 23 June 2018 - Sunday 24 June 2018

The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship makes its annual visit to North Yorkshire on June 23/24 for three blockbuster races

With nine different winners having come to the fore from 12 races, the twists and turns of the BTCC will undoubtedly throw up further talking points across rounds 13, 14 & 15.

In addition to three high-octane BTCC races, action will also come the way of Renault UK Clio Cup, Ginetta Junior Championship, Michelin Ginetta GT4 Supercup and F4 British Championship certified by FIA - Powered by Ford EcoBoost over the course of both days as well.

Gates open at 08:00 both days and to view the event timetable, click here

For more information on the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, visit www.btcc.net

Ticket Choices

Children 15 and under (accompanied by an adult) are admitted free of charge to the circuit.

*Please note:*

Advance ticket prices are available up to and including 14th June 2018. Thereafter the price will be the same as the gate price.

All pre-orders tickets will only be available up to and including 19th June 2018. After this date tickets can be purchased on the gate.

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Event Info - Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship

Gates open at 08:00 both days and to view the event timetable, click here

Ticket offices will be open from 08:30 on Saturday 23rd June and 08:00 on Sunday 24th June. See ticket information for on the day prices.

For those who have purchased advance tickets, fast track entry will be available on both days. With there being a dedicated aisle for advance ticket holders, those of who have them should not queue with general admissions.

Programmes will be available to purchase from tickets offices and various locations around the venue over the course of the weekend. Packed with all the relevant information you will need to keep atop of the action and just £5.00, it is the perfect guide for the weekend.

Additional information coming soon

Latest News

Croft braced for more magic moments as BTCC speeds into town

Fans will have ‘plenty to get excited about’ when the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship races into North Yorkshire this weekend (23/24 June). That’s the prediction of Tim Harvey, as the 1992 title-winner forecasts more magic moments in the Croft Circuit story.

Pride of Yorkshire keen to steal the show in front of Croft faithful

Half-a-century on from the first Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship race to be held at Croft – known then as the British Saloon Car Championship – the UK’s biggest motor sport series is speeding back to the popular North Yorkshire circuit next weekend (23/24 June), with a quartet of homegrown drivers all primed to shine.

Britain’s biggest motor sport series braced for colossal Croft challenge

Croft Circuit is preparing to welcome the UK’s leading motor sport series later this month, as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship speeds into North Yorkshire on 23/24 June – with local stars to the fore.

Senna speeds into Croft: Local lad targets home charge

A trio of local heroes are sure to have plenty of support as the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship and its supporting cast speeds into North Yorskhire this weekend (10/11 June).

Croft celebrates two decades of BTCC magic

The annual visit of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Croft on the 10/11 June will mark two decades since the circuit returned to the calendar after a lengthy absence, leading to plenty of star names to reminisce on years gone by.

Too close to call as BTCC races north to Croft

Britain's biggest motor sport series, the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship, is North Yorkshire-bound on the 10/11th June with a capacity entry list and intriguing title battle in full swing.

Anniversary duo revved-up for Croft's 'party atmosphere'

Defending BTCC Champion Gordon Shedden set for 300th start at Croft with Rob Collard primed to hit the big 400 at a happy hunting ground for BMW. Both are eager to renew battle with 'exciting weekend' firmly in prospect.

BTCC's intrepid trio to drop into Croft with charity skydive

BTCC stars Rob Austin, Jack Goff and Árón Smith take the plunge with pre-Croft charity skydive for Macmillan Cancer Support to raise vital support funds.

Date confirmed for pre-season closed-wheel TOCA test day

Croft has confirmed it will run an exclusive test day for TOCA closed-wheel championships on Friday, 4 March – a rare pre-season opportunity to gain invaluable track time around one of the most technical and challenging circuits on the calendar.

Facilities Information

Circuit Length

Croft circuit is one of the most challenging tracks in the UK. It is also one of the longest at 2.12 miles per lap.

Camping at Croft

There is no public camping facilities at Croft Circuit. We can have competitors staying overnight on site.

Animals are NOT admitted to the Circuit, Paddocks, Campsite or Car Parks (except Guide/Helper dogs for Blind/Disabled visitors)

Croft food outlets

We have a good choice of outside catering units at larger events

Map of Croft Circuit

Circuit Map

Frequently Asked Questions

Tickets

All tickets are posted via royal mail second class unless you have requested special delivery. If you have ordered your tickets and you are concerned that you have not received them please call the ticket office on 01325 721815, and we will try to help trace your order.

All tickets are sent nearer the meeting, usually 7-10 days before to ensure you receive them in time. If you're tickets have not been delivered, please contact us as soon as you can on 01325 721815.

Yes, tickets are available to purchase on the day.

In the rare event that your tickets have not arrived in time you will need to purchase them at the gate, we will then refund you after the event. All you need to do is return the on the day ticket and your original advance tickets to the ticket office to claim your refund.

Normally all tickets are sent via post, however if you have been notified that your tickets are only available to collect, or have made prior arrangements for collection, then your tickets will be left at the ticket gate in use for the event. The Event Stewards on the day will direct you to the ticket gate.

For club race meetings grandstand seating is included in the price of the admission ticket on a first come, first served basis. For the British Touring Car Championship meeting, grandstand seats must be purchased separately in advance and are subject to availability.

Events Information

Unfortunately we are only able to offer camping to competitors.

Children aged 15 and under are admitted free of charge. Please see the individual ticket prices for each event for full details of concessions available.

Parking is free of charge.

Opening times vary according to the meeting. At most club race meetings the gates open at 08:30 on Saturday and 10:30 on Sunday, but be sure to check the information page for each event to confirm.

The last race/event will finished no later than 6.30pm.

Circuit Information

Please contact our press officer Trevor Swettenham on 01264 882206 or tswettenham@barc.net

We have a parking area for Blue Badge holders close to the spectator banking alongside the straight after Hawthorn.

Unfortunately not.

If you have lost any of your property please report it as soon as you can to reception in the main office building.

In the event that a child is found to be lost within the circuit, they will be taken to reception in the main office building where CRB checked staff will care for them until they are reunited with their parent/guardian.

The medical centre is next to the grandstand and there is a mobile first aid team present at each race meeting. If you have a medical emergency please inform the nearest member of staff who will summon assistance.

As much as we love our pets, Croft is an active race circuit and as such we have a strict no animals policy on site.

We reserve the right to use any means possible to free any distressed animal found to be locked in a vehicle anywhere on the site including in the car parks, and give them into the care of an animal charity.

There are baby changing facilities situated in the new toilet block in the paddock, or inside the main office building.