Revised 2003 calendar announced

The calendar for this year's MSA British Touring Car Championship has been revised following the announcement of the support race at the Brands Hatch CART race on May 5

Revised 2003 calendar announced

The Thruxton meeting, which was to have taken place on that weekend, will now take place on 25-26 May 2003, forming rounds five and six of the series.

British Motorsport Promoters also confirmed that Richard West continues his role as series director for the series, with Peter Riches as technical commissioner and Dan Mayo as championship co-ordinator.

West commented: "We are looking forward to working with the circuits, teams, manufacturers and sponsors during the season and are confident that the MSA BTCC will continue to go from strength to strength."

A series sponsor is expected to be announced at the BTCC Awards Dinner this Saturday. Granada Television has re-affirmed its continued support for the series with coverage of the races.


April 21, Mondello Park
May 5, Brands Hatch Indy
May 26, Thruxton
June 8, Silverstone
June 22, Croft
July 13, Rockingham
August 9 (Saturday), Snetterton
August 25, Brands Hatch Indy
September 7, Donington Park
September 21, Oulton Park

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