The British Truck Racing Championship is hotting up and as the series finale draws ever closer, the stage is set for a blockbuster weekend at Snetterton.
On what promises to be an action-packed visit to the Norfolk venue, here’s the full guide to make sure you don’t miss any of the action from the fifth event of the 2023 season:
Following a shake-up at Donington Park last time out, the entry list for this weekend’s annual visit to Snetterton’s 300 layout has seen things stabilise, with 13 entrants for Division 1 and six for Division 2.
In Division 1, Ryan Smith’s pursuit of an unprecedented eighth consecutive Division 1 title remains on course as he holds a commanding lead whilst Adam Bint heads the Division 2 battle, which sees John Powell, Paul Rivett and Craig Evans hot on his heels.
You can view the full championship standings – as well as the runners and riders – ahead of this weekend HERE.
The British Truck Racing Championship’s annual visit to Snetterton 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 16th September | 13:00 | CLICK HERE
Sunday 17th September | 10:50 | CLICK HERE
Tickets to the event will be available to purchase on the gate across the weekend, priced at £20 on Saturday, £28 on Sunday and £40 for the entire weekend. Children 13 and under are admitted for free when accompanied by a paying adult.
To find out more information on tickets for Snetterton, CLICK HERE.
As is the case with every event this season, the British Truck Racing Championship will stage five races over the course of a race weekend; and like previous rounds – a grid walk (subject to timetable delays) has been added to the schedule ahead of Race 4.
Saturday 16th September
Qualifying – 10:35
Race 1 – 13:20
Race 2 – 17:20
Sunday 17th September
Race 3 – 11:10
Grid Walk – 13:35
Race 4 – 14:05
Race 5 – 17:00
To view the full event timetable for the weekend, CLICK HERE.
Stay up-to-date with all the action at Thruxton as it happens by following the British Truck Racing Championship across Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Twitter.