We're making preparations for a busy 2020 motorsport season and are delighted to announce a revised schedule comprising of five, two-day events at the UK's fastest race circuit.
The first event (CSCC - July 25/26) will be run behind closed doors. No spectators will be allowed into the circuit. We're hopeful that spectators will be able to attend the remaining events. We're working with Motorsport UK and are following the updates from the UK Government as to when/if this will be possible. We'll keep our website and social media channels updated with the latest information.
Revised 2020 Calendar
The Classic Sports Car Club will kick off a delayed start to the season with an eclectic mix of infamous racers going wheel-to-wheel on July 25/26. Unfortunately, this race meeting will run behind closed doors, with no spectators.
The Thruxton Historic has moved to the Summer with a revised date - August 15/16. Thruxton will take a trip down memory lane as a bygone era of machinery takes centre stage.
One week later, attention will turn to the British Racing & Sports Car Club on August 22/23 as they make a welcome return to Thruxton with multiple Caterham categories and the Fun Cup Championship topping the bill.
Moving from its traditional May date, the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship and TOCA support categories will speed into Thruxton on September 19/20. As the 2020 BTCC campaign begins to edge towards its conclusion, three high-octane races from Britain’s premier race series will provide plenty of tin-top thrills.
Rounding out the revised calendar will be a new two-day event hosted by the British Automobile Racing Club on October 24/25.
- July 25/26 - Classic Sports Car Club - Run behind closed doors. No Spectators
- August 15/16 - Thruxton Historic
- August 22/23 - British Racing & Sports Car Club
- September 19/20 - Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship
- October 24/25 - British Automobile Racing Club
All dates and events remain provisional and subject to change in line with the latest government guidelines.
BSB & British Trucks will return in 2021
Unfortunately, both the Bennetts British Superbike Championship and the BTRC British Truck Racing Championship meetings have been cancelled, but both will return in 2021.
what to expect when visiting Thruxton
We will be taking extensive measures to ensure the health and wellbeing of our customers and colleagues throughout the venue by implementing strict social distancing and other preventative measures in our facilities to ensure we can operate safely. This will include clear signage and enhanced cleaning procedures.
In addition to this, we have sourced and invested in hand sanitiser stations, anti-viral surface cleaning products and protective safety screens where appropriate. We do however rely heavily on the cooperation of our visitors to comply with the latest government guidance and best practice to ensuring a safe venue for all. In line with Government guidance, if you are displaying any symptoms whatsoever (new/persistent/continuous cough, fever and loss or change to your sense of smell/taste) you should not attend Thruxton under any circumstances.