British Touring Cars 2014 calendar

The 2014 British Touring Car Championship calendar has been confirmed

The BTCC calendar for 2014 will remain largely unchanged, with nine of the UK’s premier race circuits hosting race days between March and October.

The racing season kicks off on the Brands Hatch Indy circuit in Kent, which will host the first three of the championship’s 30 races. The season will also close at Brands Hatch, but the cars will then run on its full Grand Prix layout. Cementing the current popularity of the BTCC, ITV has confirmed it will continue to show every race in high definition on ITV4, with qualifying shown live on

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The pre-season test and media opening day remains at Leicestershire’s Donington Park, and will take place on March 13, some 12 days ahead of the Brands Hatch season opener.

BTCC 2014 CalendarMarch 30 Brands Hatch Indy, KentApril 20 Donington Park, LeicestershireMay 4 Thruxton, HampshireJune 8 Oulton Park, CheshireJune 29 Croft, North YorkshireAugust 3 Snetterton, NorfolkAugust 24 Knockhill, FifeSeptember 7 Rockingham, NorthamptonshireSeptember 28 Silverstone, NorthamptonshireOctober 12 Brands Hatch Grand Prix, Kent

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