Enjoy BTCC qualifying plus all the action from the supporting championships.
The Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship is the UK's most illustrious championship and is followed all over the world. The racing is fast, close and full of action. Since its inception in 1958, it has attracted and captivated millions of fans around the world. All cars are built to the same regulations allowing independent teams to compete on a level playing field against manufacturer-backed teams. Support championships include; F4 British Championship, Michelin Ginetta Junior Championship, The Mini Challenge Trophy, Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup Championship and Porsche Carrera Cup Great Britain.
All tickets for this Race Meeting are listed below.
Children between 13-15 years old will need to hold a teen ticket for this race meeting.
Children 12 and under accompanied by an adult (max 5 children per responsible adult) are admitted to the circuit and paddock (providing the responsible adult is still accompanying them) free of charge.
Children 5 and under will be permitted to sit on a parent/guardian lap and therefore admitted free of charge. Where pre-allocated seats are issued then all seats taken must be paid for, irrespective of age. Seat numbers have been reduced to allow for social distancing. If guidance is relaxed closer to the event, we’ll make more seats available to purchase.
Saturday 28 May - Paddock access is free. Admission tickets include access to the paddock.
Sunday 29 May - An adult paddock ticket is required. Teen tickets include paddock access.
If you wish to camp at Thruxton for the BTCC race meeting, you will need to purchase a camping pitch. Each pitch allows a maximum of six adults camping (children 12 and under do not count). All equipment and vehicles must fit inside your pitch. If not, vehicles can be parked in the public car park. Your pitch will be yours for the duration of the event and will be allocated to you on your arrival. Camping pitches are limited and must be purchased in advance.
Should we be unable to have spectators at a race meeting in 2022. Customers will have the option of a full refund or to transfer their tickets.
We've put measures in place to ensure Thruxton operates in a Covid secure environment, ensuring spectators are kept safe whilst enjoying the racing action on the track. We'll keep our website updated with the latest information and guidance and will communicate with all ticket holders regularly.
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We're gutted fans and supporters cant attend Thruxton this weekend. We'll try and keep you updated with all the action.
After months of driver announcements and many miles of pre-season testing, the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship finally roars back into life this weekend (May 8/9) around the fastest circuit in UK, Thruxton, and the stage is set for what promises to be another sensational season.
Halfords Yuasa Racing’s Dan Cammish topped both free practice sessions at Thruxton earlier today (Saturday), before smashing the qualifying lap record to claim pole position for Round 13 of the 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship.
Thruxton Circuit will see an abundance of high-octane tin-top thrills this coming weekend (19/20 September) as the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship speeds into Hampshire for Rounds 13, 14 & 15 of a condensed 2020 season. Unfortunately, this event is being run behind closed doors. With no spectators.
We are sorry to inform you that this year’s Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) race meeting at Thruxton (19/20 September 2020) will have to be run behind closed doors, without spectators.
A provisional date for the British Touring Car Championship at Thruxton has been announced which will see Thruxton host rounds 13, 14 and 15 on Saturday 19 - Sunday 20 September 2020. However, the BTCC calendar will remain conditional upon receiving appropriate government directives and approvals regarding the resumption of sporting activities.
All tickets for the original race meeting date (16/17 May) are valid for the new provisional date and any further rescheduled date. If the race meeting is cancelled and not rescheduled, or if you cannot attend on the new date, a full refund will be made to ticket holders.
Enjoy the BTCC Race Meetings from the exclusivity of the new Thruxton Centre. The upper floor and balcony are reserved for VIP Packages and are limited to a small number of guests.
Yorkshire ace secures second BTCC pole of 2019 at Thruxton.Support series get race action underway at Hampshire speedbowl. Sunday tickets available on the gate from £34; under-12s admitted free
Colin Turkington and Andrew Jordan set to resume championship battle at Thruxton. Hondas hopeful of continuing strong form at Thruxton with local man Josh Cook currently fourth in the overall standings.
Thruxton Motorsport Celebration a resounding success in debut year as bumper crowds enjoy action-packed programme of historic races, classic sportscars and single-seaters among dazzling collection on show. Plus, WWII flypasts and guest appearances from British Superbike stars wow fans.
Spectators flock to Hampshire venue for action packed weekend as a bumper bill of BTCC and support races wow the crowds. Andrew Jordan scores BTCC double before Josh Cook wins finale
Tickets will be sent near the event date. All tickets are posted first class unless you have requested special delivery. If you have ordered your tickets and you are concerned that you have not received them please call the ticket office on 01264 882200 option 1, and we will try to help trace your order.
All tickets are sent well in advance of the race meeting to ensure you receive them in time. If your tickets have not been delivered, please contact us on 01264 882200 (option 1).
Currently yes. However, if government guidance changes, we may have to request all tickets are purchased in advance. If this is the case, we'll communicate on our website, email database and social media channels.
In the rare event that your tickets have not arrived in time, you will need to purchase them at the gate, we will then refund you after the event. All you need to do is return the on the day ticket and your original advance tickets to the ticket office.
Unfortunately, advance tickets cannot be collected on the day of the event due to the multiple number of entrances into the venue.
Grandstand seating is not included in the price of the admission ticket. Grandstand seats can be purchased separately in advance and on the day of the event - subject to availability.
Children 5 and under will be permitted to sit on a parent/guardian lap and therefore admitted free of charge. Where pre-allocated seats are issued then all seats taken must be paid for, irrespective of age.
If you wish to camp at Thruxton for the BTCC race meeting, you will need to purchase a camping pitch.
Camping pitches are limited and must be purchased in advance. Maximum of six adults per pitch (children 12 and under do not count). All equipment and vehicles must fit inside your pitch. If not, vehicles can be parked in the public car park. Your pitch will be yours for the duration of the event and will be allocated to you on your arrival.
Standard Regular Pitch 10m x 5m - no electric hook up - £40
Standard Large Pitch 10m x 7.5m - no electric hook up - £60
Quiet and Blue Badge holder zone 10m x 5m - no electric hook up £40
Standard Premium pitch 10m x 5m with electric hook up - £80
Large Premium pitch 10m x 7.5m with electric hook up - £100
Max of six adults per pitch (children 12 and under do not count)
Each camping pitch will be yours for the duration of the event. All equipment/vehicles must fit within your camping pitch
Camping pitches will be allocated on arrival on a first come first serve basis
Pitch numbers are limited
Showers, toilets, freshwater supply, and waste facilities are available at the campsite
We anticipate that there may be some restrictions in place with regards to camping at major events. As such we’re planning with this in mind but until clearer guidance/legislation is forthcoming it’s incredibly difficult to know what these restrictions may be, if any at all. We’re in constant dialogue with our local authorities to ensure the health and wellbeing of all our customers.
The campsite will open at 12pm on the Friday before the race meeting and will remain open until 12pm Monday after the race meeting. The campsite is manned 24 hours a day but the latest arrival is 11pm, to avoid disruption to the other campers.
Children aged 12 and under are admitted free of charge to the Circuit and Paddock (max 5 children per responsible adult). A teen ticket is available for 13 - 15-year-olds.
If you are a Member of the BARC you are able to purchase discounted tickets on production of your membership card.
If you are purchasing more than 10 tickets for the same event, we offer a corporate rate. Please contact our office on 01264 882200 (option 1).
Carers of our disabled guests may be entitled to free admission at Thruxton Race Meetings, however, this must be arranged prior to the event date. Anyone turning up on the day will not be able to obtain a free carer ticket. More information available here
Parking is free of charge.
The circuit is open from 8am.
The last race/event will finish no later than 6:30pm.
BTCC Race Meeting - Children 13-15 years old must hold a teen ticket. Children 12 and under accompanied by an adult (max 5 children per responsible adult) are admitted to the circuit and paddock (providing the responsible adult is still accompanying them) free of charge.
All other race meetings, Children 15 and under accompanied by an adult (max 5 children per responsible adult) are admitted to the circuit and paddock (providing the responsible adult is still accompanying them) free of charge.
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We have a designated banking area for Blue Badge holders, which is accessible via Gate 4. This is a raised bank for you to park your car, providing a view over the 'Complex' section of the circuit. There is also disabled parking at the top of car park A. Ask a member of the security staff to direct you if you're unsure. All passengers/driver must have relevant admission tickets.
Unfortunately, there is no cash machine on site.
If you have lost any of your property please report it as soon as you can to the BARC office which is located under the Members grandstand (01264 882200 option 6), this is where any lost property is handed in.
In the event that a child is found to be lost within the circuit, they will be taken to the BARC Office where CRB checked staff will care for them until they are reunited with their parent/guardian.
We have trained medics on-site in various locations and we also have a manned medical centre, any member of staff or security will be able to assist you.
Thruxton is an active airfield and race circuit and as such, there is a strict no dogs/pets policy on site, except for registered guide dogs who are allowed, providing they are kept on a lead at all times and are easily identifiable as guide dogs. Any dogs/pets found to be locked in a vehicle will be removed.
There are baby changing facilities in the toilets at Allard and Chicane corners.
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 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.
Ticket holders are advised to check our website and social media pages for the latest information.
All tickets must be purchased in advance to guarantee entry.
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.
We've taken extensive measures to ensure the health and wellbeing of spectators whilst at Thruxton.
We've implemented strict social distancing and other preventative measures throughout the entire venue to ensure we can operate safely. This includes clear signage and enhanced cleaning procedures.
We've sourced and invested in hand sanitiser stations, anti-viral surface cleaning products and protective safety screens where appropriate.
Please ensure that the latest social distancing guidance is followed at all times. We have plenty of space on the spectator banks for all visitors to maintain a safe distance.
We're only able to accept card/contactless payments.