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What times are the BTCC race today?

What times are the BTCC race today?

23-24 Apr

Time Activity Championship
09.10 – 09.25 Qualifying Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship
09.35 – 10.15 Free Practice Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
10.35 – 10.55 Qualifying F4 British Championship
11.05 – 11.25 Qualifying Protyre Motorsport Ginetta GT5 Challenge

What time is BTCC on TV?

Qualifying will invariably stick to, with the session beginning from 1550, while the ITV Sport stream is set to kick off five minutes prior. Sunday’s race day coverage on ITV4 will be broadcast between 1100-1355, before ITV’s main channel takes over the action between 1400-1700.

Is the BTCC on TV 2021?

How to watch BTCC qualifying in 2021. The Saturday qualifying session isn’t broadcast on TV, so you’ll have to watch online. Head to ITV’s website and you can watch along with the timing information in a web browser on your PC, phone or tablet.

What channel is BTCC on today?

This weekend, the BTCC returns to ITV4 for its race day coverage, kicking off from 1100 on Sunday, while Saturday’s qualifying session will be streamed live on from 1515. Check out all the key times below so you don’t miss a moment…

How can I watch BTCC live?

In a television broadcast arrangement – the breadth of which has never been seen in UK motorsport – the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship will enjoy live free-to-air coverage on both ITV and ITV4 during the 2022 season.

Who won BTCC today?

Stephen Jelley won the final British Touring Car Championship race of the day at Oulton Park as a first-lap smash knocked three of the four main title contenders out of contention.

Where can I watch BTCC 2022 in the UK?


Where can I watch BTCC 2022?

Can you watch BTCC on catch up?

Catch up on the ITV Hub.

Who won the BTCC today?

Where can I watch touring car racing?

Be sure to follow the action online and on social media and watch the entire season exclusively on Final Drive TV on NBC Sports BA available on Xfinity, Dish Network, DirecTV, AT Uverse and Hulu Live. You can always watch the previous seasons on YouTube.

Why are they called touring cars?

“Touring car” is a style of open car built in the United States which seats four or more people. The style was popular from the early 1900s to the 1930s. The cars used for touring car racing in various series since the 1960s, are unrelated to these early touring cars, despite sharing the same name.

Where can I watch British Touring cars?

Whilst ITV4 continues as the ‘home’ of the BTCC with its excellent all-day-live and free-to-air coverage of the UK’s premier motorsport series, both the Brands Hatch Indy (15 May) and Oulton Park (12 June) events will also be broadcast live on ITV for three hours on each race day.

Where can I watch BTCC live?

All highlights (and full live) will be on MotorTrend+ within 10-14 days of each event and will be available (VOD) through the end of the year.

How much money do racers make?

How much does a Race Car Driver make? The average Race Car Driver in the US makes $64,168. Race Car Drivers make the most in Los Angeles, CA at $64,168, averaging total compensation 0% greater than the US average.

What engines do BTCC use?

The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship has confirmed that it has awarded a five-year contract for the supply of a new ‘TOCA BTCC engine’ to global motorsport industry leader M-Sport.

What is the top speed of a British touring car?

“It boasts the highest speed corners you can drive in the BTCC. We take Church corner at 140mph and reach speeds of around 155mph at other parts of the track. It’s a very, very fast and exciting circuit to visit and an absolute pleasure to race there. “It’s a very tough championship and so hard to pick a winner.

How can I watch BTCC outside the UK?

Where can I watch touring car racing outside the UK? All the races of BTCC can be watched on ITV. ITV is a geo-restricted platform but you can use a premium VPN to watch all the races of BTCC outside the UK.

Who is the highest paid race car driver?

Here are NASCAR’s top nine driver salaries:

  1. Kyle Busch: $16,900,000.
  2. Denny Hamlin: $13,100,000. Denny Hamlin drives for Team Joe Gibbs Racing with a Toyota No.
  3. Kevin Harvick: $10,900,000.
  4. Martin Truex Jr.: $10,400,000.
  5. Brad Keselowski: $9,400,000.
  6. Joey Logano: $9,000,000.
  7. Kyle Larson: $8,000,000.
  8. Chase Elliott: $8,000,000.

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