🚒🚛 It’s motorsport but not as you’ve known it as British Truck Racing returns to Brands Hatch for the opening rounds of the 2024 championship.
The new British Truck Racing Championship (BTRC) is all set for lift-off with two days of action on the Indy circuit this Easter. Five BTRC races will top the bill on the circuit, with two on Easter Sunday ahead of a triple-header on the Bank Holiday Monday. British Truck Racing at Brands Hatch tickets are on sale now!
Strap yourselves for two days of super-sized action as five-tonne giants unleashing up to 1,000bhp on the tarmac go wheel-to-wheel! The machines have to be seen to be believed. There’s nothing else like them on UK circuits.
In addition to the five BTRC races across the weekend there will also be a full support race programme where you can expect to enjoy Pickup Truck Championship and a selection of BARC club car races.
This event will also feature an off-track line-up with show trucks, fun fair rides and themed Easter entertainment.
Tickets, Timings & Travel
🎟️ Tickets in advance can be purchased via the ‘Get Tickets’ link. Advance purchases attract a discount. Under 13s go free.
🗝️ Gates open at 8am on both Saturday and Sunday.
🚒🚛 Sunday’s action starts at 9am tbc with Legends Cars National Championship action. British Truck Racing Championship races at 12.25pm and 3pm.
Note: timings are subject to change.
🚒🚛 Monday’s starts at 10am tbc with Legends Cars National Championship action. British Truck Racing Championship races at 10.20am, 1pm and 3.30pm.
Note: timings are subject to confirmation.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: Brands Hatch is situated on the A20 near West Kingsdown. The circuit is just 3 miles from junction 3 (Swanley) of the M25. All general public car parks outside the circuit are free. Infield parking on Southbank (opposite the rear of the garages) is £5 per car on Saturday and £10 per car on Sunday, see the Brands Hatch website to purchase. Disabled parking is available – reserve these in advance by calling 0344 225 4422. Regular railway services to Swanley station (the nearest station to the circuit) operate from London Victoria. A shuttle bus service from the station to Brands Hatch will operate (on Sunday only) info here.