British GT News

How a BTCC vet conquered British GT
Why Button struggled at Silverstone
BTCC & British GT finales go ahead
Button to make GT3 debut
Ratel: Five or six new GT2 cars could be ready by 2019
How a BTCC veteran conquered the summit in British GT Prime

After two decades in touring cars, Rob Collard had an uphill battle to unlearn the tools needed to be quick in tin-tops and understand how to hustle a GT3 car. But he did so with aplomb to prevail alongside Sandy Mitchell amid a challenging year for the series...

Jenson Button says he would do more testing if he were to return to GT3 racing in future after a tough debut weekend in the British GT championship at Silverstone last weekend.

The final round of the British Touring Car Championship will take place as scheduled at Brands Hatch on 14-15 November, despite the UK entering a new lockdown and all non-elite racing being cancelled.

Jenson Button will make his GT3 debut in the British GT championship's final round at Silverstone next month.

There could be as many as five or six new GT2 supercars ready to race by the second half of next year, according to class instigator Stephane Ratel.