The British Truck Racing Championship is set to continue to enjoy unprecedented live TV coverage this year following confirmation that every race of the 2023 season will broadcast online to fans around the world for free.
With the British Automobile Racing Club having renewed their partnership with leading sports production company 247.TV for a third successive season, the UK’s biggest motorsport series is poised to take centre stage as one of the standout attractions on this year’s live stream schedule.
Cameras will be trackside at the each of the season’s seven meetings, ensuring that every edge-of-the-seat moment from the always-entertaining monster machines is captured.
In 2022, more than 425,000 views were amassed across live streams that involved the BTRC.
As part of this year’s coverage, viewers will benefit from seeing improved graphics and all-encompassing production values – as well as hearing the same much-loved commentary offerings, which will be led by Dave Goddard.
Reporting in the pit lane and the paddock will be the championship’s very own Pointy, who over the course of the season will also film a number of special features to provide further behind the scenes insights into the championship.
Those features – along with every single race – will then go on to be posted on the BTRC’s brand-new YouTube channel over the course of the campaign; ensuring that fans can get their truck racing fix at the click of a button.
If you’re yet to subscribe to the BTRC’s new official YouTube channel then you can do so here: https://www.youtube.com/@OfficialBTRC
The 2023 British Truck Racing Championship commences at Brands Hatch on April 8/9.