The British Endurance Championship kicks off its new season at Silverstone tomorrow

Friday, March 11, 2022


The new for 2022 British Endurance Championship host their opening round of the season this weekend from the home of British motorsport at Silverstone.

Ran by the same team behind the more familiar named Britcar Championship, the new BEC Championship will host a six-round calendar for their multi-class grid which this weekend comprises of a thirty-two car field spread across six classes and range (as far as we are concerned) from an older, normally aspirated Aston Martin Vantage GT4 to an Aston Martin Vulcan.

Four Aston Martins have been confirmed for the Silverstone round with the Venture Innovations AM Vulcan of Gleb Stepanov and Stephen Tomkins headlining in Class A whilst T7 Motorsport debut their new AMR Vantage GT4 in Class D for drivers Peter Montague and Stuart Hall.

Team Brit return for another year with a redressed GT4 for their new driver pairing of Andrew Tucker and Luke Pond within their #68 car and also with series returnees Mark and Dale Albutt aboard their Team Brit prepared #33 Vantage GT4.

After testing today, the new Championship will have a further Free Practice and Qualifying session tomorrow morning ahead of a three-hour race in the afternoon.

Photo credits – Steve Jackman (Eat my Pixels)
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