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Come and see Britain's premier racing series tackle the twists and dips of the Knockhill circuit. Touring Cars at Knockhill provides an action-packed day of entertainment for the whole family. It's a true festival of speed with exhilarating racing action all day long. You can even meet the stars, get autographs and merchandise goodies from your favourite teams. Knockhill can be an challenging venue for the competitors, but one thing is for sure... you are guaranteed superb action.
Scotland's own Gordon Shedden returms to Knockhill alonside 6 other former BTCC Champions. Past masters Jason Plato and Matt Neal will be renewing old rivalries and perhaps forging some new ones. A top notch programme of BTCC racing and supporting events awaits!
Jim Clark Forth Road Bridge Crossing - On Thursday 21st August a number of iconic Jim Clark cars, accompanied by some modern day equivalents, will head over the Forth Road Bridge to signal the start of the 2014 Forth Bridge Festival, with the iconic Firth of Forth landmark celebrating 50 years in 2014. This FREE to ATTEND event will see adisplay of cars park in the South car park from 9.30am onwards, before heading over the bridge at 11.00am on their way to Knockhill for a display at the BTCC.
Knockhill 40th Anniversary Celebration - In 2014, Knockhill Racing Circuit will celebrate its 40th Anniversary season and as such, with support from Homecoming Scotland 2014, plan to celebrate 40 years worth of car racing at Knockhill with a special marquee displaying racers and their machines from each of the four decades of Knockhill. The Homecoming Scotland 2014 marquee will be located at the 1st corner (Duffus Dip), opposite the Kart and Skid Centres, make sure you stop by during the BTCC.
Jim Clark 50th Anniversary BTCC Title Win Tribute - The remarkable British Touring Car Championship victory in 1964 by one of the greatest racing drivers to ever have competed, Jim Clark from Duns, is to be celebrated when the Dunlop British Touring Car Championship returns to Knockhill this year. 2014 is the 50th anniversary of Jim winning the BTCC title, with Jim being the first of only three Scots in history to win the prestigious title, with the others being Jim Clark and Gordon Shedden.
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship returns to Knockhill on 23/24 August 2014, take advantage of this superb Gift Box set (only £70 - RRP £80 and keep all your important BTCC documentation in one place. Our BTCC gift box set includes 2 x weekend tickets to enjoy all the weekend action from Britain's premier tin-top racing series, plus a programme voucher, branded Knockhill pen and key ring, and a metal, embossed gift presentation box... a brilliant 'gift' for all those BTCC enthusiasts.
The Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship is the most important race championships in the UK, with a year history dating back to 1958. Cars are based on production models (i.e. Honda Civic, Ford Focus etc.) but with scope for development of suspension, engines and gearboxes. New NGTC regulations mean that the playing field is fairer for all teams, with individual boost quotas further equalising the field, so expect the unexpected in the MSA British Touring Car Championship for 2014.
The 2014 season will feature the continuation of the 911 GT3 Cup, with all drivers competing in identical models of the stunning 450bhp car. This is the fastest car ever seen in the Carrera Cup Great Britain and will ensure that the championship retains its position as the fastest one-make category in Britain.
This is the senior of Ginetta's two BTCC support categories with more experienced drivers competing in faster, more powerful sportscars compared to the youngsters in the Junior field. The GT Supercup for is open to two types of car - the 3.5-litre G50 that has raced as a stand-alone category in recent seasons and its successor, the even more powerful 3.7-litre G55 that will be the headline class.
The championship is for young drivers aged 14 to 17 and, having joined the BTCC's support package in 2008, has now truly emerged as the UK's top junior race championship. The G40 model is a two-seater sportscar, powered by a 1800cc Zetec engine and are identical in performance. This ensures the racing is both action-packed and highly entertaining for the watching crowds and TV audiences
Making a welcome return to the Knockhill programme this year is Britian's fastest junior racing series, the Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain. Featuring, the Formula Ford EcoBoost 200 powered vehicles; the championship provides exciting and entertaining races from Britian's up-and-coming single seater racers.
Renault UK's long-standing commitment to British motorsport enters a new chapter in 2014 with the arrival of the fourth generation racing Clio. On its UK track debut at Snetterton in Norfolk, the new Clio Cup race car lapped the 300 Circuit almost two seconds inside the current lap record...a taster of the sensational performance which will move the Renault UK Clio Cup even closer to British Touring Car Championship lap times in 2014. This series always provides bumper-to-bumper action and much like the Scottish Mini Cooper Cup series; could well steal the show from their illustrious counterparts.
The final, reverse grid race, victory went to the eBay Motors' BMW of Rob Collard, as he secured his first win at Knockhill since 2012. The BMW was clearly the car to have this weekend, with Collard's teammate Colin Turkington taking new BTCC qualifying and race lap records this weekend.
Airwaves Racing's Mat Jackson claimed victory in the 2nd Dunlop BTCC race at Knockhill today, in what was a slightly duller affair than the opening race of the day. Jackson made a break for it following an incident on the opening lap, which brought the safety car out for a quick session.
An action-packed opener to the 2014 Homecoming Scotland 2014 - Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship DPS Group Raceday saw racing action galore today - packed full of thrills, spills and incident.
Sam Tordoff will start tomorrow's opening Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship race from pole position after setting the second fastest lap time in qualifying at Knockhill. Standings leader Colin Turkington set the outright pace but will serve an eight-place grid penalty for an on-track misdemeanour carried over from Snetterton.
eBay Motors' Colin Turkington continued his imperious form during the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship qualifying session at Knockhill today. Turkington powered his eBay Motors BMW to a new qualifying lap record with a time of 51.705 seconds; however, the BMW racer will have to be content with an 8th place grid position for tomorrow's opening race.
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All the action kicks off on Saturday 23rd August with a host of practice and qualification sessions for the leading race championships. Saturday afternoon will see some support class racing before Sunday 24th August heralds BTCC raceday.
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