The British Truck Racing Championship is at the business end of the 2023 season and this weekend’s penultimate event of the season at Pembrey is set to be crucial in deciding who eventually walks away as champion.
On what promises to be an action-packed second visit to South Wales of the campaign, here is all the information you’ll be needing to ensure you don’t miss a second:
Ryan Smith once again headlines the entry list for Division 1 this weekend as he bids to wrap up what would be an unprecedented eighth consecutive title.
One notable name that will stick out to fans is Jock Borthwick, who is set to make a triumphant return to grid after being injured in a motorcycle accident on the Isle of Man earlier in the year.
You can view the full championship standings – as well as all the runners and riders – ahead of this weekend HERE.
ADDITIONAL RACE ADDS TO THE SPECTACLE
Traditionally, the British Truck Racing Championship stages five races over the course of a weekend however that changes at Pembrey, as there will be six.
Due to the flexibility in the timetable, organisers have slotted in the postponed fifth race at Thruxton, which was unable to be run following the sizeable incident for Neil Yates in race four.
The British Truck Racing Championship’s second visit to Pembrey is never short of entertainment and this weekend is expected to be no different.
Set to attract attention from fans all over the world, every captivating moment will be streamed online for free, with pre and post-race interviews complementing each full-throttle contest.
Saturday 7th October | 11:50 | WATCH HERE
Sunday 8th October | 09:15 | WATCH HERE
Tickets to the event are available to purchase online, priced at £12 on Saturday and £18 on Sunday. Children 15 and under are admitted for free when accompanied by a paying adult.
To find out more information on tickets for Pembrey, CLICK HERE.
Full-throttle thrills – and perhaps a few spills – are all-but guaranteed this weekend as the British Truck Racing Championship takes centre stage at Pembrey.
Two races, including the postponed Thruxton contest, top Saturday’s bill whilst a colossal four contests make up the schedule for Sunday.
Saturday 7th October
Qualifying // Division 1 – 12:00
Qualifying // Division 2 – 12:25
Thruxton Race – 14:45
Race 1 – 16:50
Sunday 8th October
Race 2 – 09:30
Race 3 – 11:50
Race 4 – 14:05
Race 5 – 16:20
To view the full event timetable for the weekend, CLICK HERE.
Stay up-to-date with all the action at Pembrey as it happens by following the British Truck Racing Championship across Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter.