It’s crunch time for the British Truck Racing Championship this weekend (October 8/9) as the series speeds back to Pembrey Circuit.
Before the BTRC descends on the picturesque Welsh venue, here’s the full guide to make sure you don’t miss any of the action from the penultimate event of the 2022 season.
Edge-of-the-seat entertainment is never far away when it comes to the heavyweight behemoths of the BTRC and this weekend looks to be no different as the 20-truck grid revs up to write the latest chapter in what has been a captivating campaign.
As has been the case for a majority of the season, Ryan Smith holds the advantage at the top of Division 1 whilst Luke Garrett remains out front amongst the Division 2 competitors.
With the series finale drawing ever-closer, this weekend’s second trip to South Wales will be pivotal for those drivers that are hoping to remain in contention ahead of the Brands Hatch finale in November.
You can view the full championship standings ahead of this weekend HERE.
Live, uninterrupted coverage of the British Truck Racing Championship will continue at Pembrey this weekend with all five races being streamed for free on the British Automobile Racing Club YouTube channel.
Saturday | 13:45 | CLICK HERE
Sunday | 09:45 | CLICK HERE
Tickets to the event will be available to purchase on the gate across the weekend at £20 per person, with children 14 and under being admitted for free when accompanied by an adult.
To find out more information on tickets for the penultimate event of the season at Pembrey, CLICK HERE.
As is the case with every event this season, the British Truck Racing Championship will stage five races, in addition to a qualifying session, over the course of a race weekend. All of the key timings for Pembrey can be seen below:
Saturday 8th October
Practice – 09:30
Qualifying | Division 1 – 11:10
Qualifying | Division 2 – 11:40
Race 1 – 13:55
Race 2 – 16:05
Sunday 9th October
Race 3 – 10:30
Race 4 – 12:45
Race 5 – 15:05
To view the full event timetable, CLICK HERE.