The Britcars new Trophy category nears capacity as the Michelin Clio Cup joins forces with the championship.
It’s been announced that the Michelin Clio Cup series will join the Britcar endurance Trophy category in a ‘Clio Class’. With the Trophy Category already up to 24 confirmed teams already for the seven round championship.
All existing Clios the Road, Race and Sport are eligible for the new 50 minute races which will allow two driver teams.
Richard Colburn the championship promoter said:
“It gives me great pleasure to announce this latest, exciting new partnership between the Clio Cup Series and the Britcar Dunlop Endurance Championship.
“Taking on board the feedback from our competitors – higher-profile events, TV coverage, hospitality options and, above all, reduced costs – this presented by far the best option and I believe the championship heads into 2020 stronger than ever. The Britcar team operate an incredibly successful and professionally run championship and the fit for Clio is excellent.
“The calendar continues to feature a wide range of the UK’s most challenging circuits, and with capacity fields, the action on-track will certainly speak for itself!
“We’re currently finalising our draft regulations, and expect more announcements soon.”
Jamie Sturges announces his entry into the Trophy Category, the reigning Castle Combe GT and AMOC GT Champion will be out for another trophy in 2020 piloting a 2014 SEAT Leon Eurocup, sponsored by Ramair Filters and Racetruck UK.
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