Working calendar for 2004 BTCC

The Green Flag MSA British Touring Car Championship organiser has released a provisional 2004 fixture list featuring a return to the British GP support card after an absence of seven years. TOCA will run a non-championship event on July 10/11 at Silverstone, subject to approval by Formula One Management

Working calendar for 2004 BTCC

Returning BTCC series director Alan Gow said: "I wanted to release a provisional calendar early to help the existing teams, and all other British motorsport championships, to firm up their plans for next season. The fantastic event schedule I've been able to propose for next year is also another compelling proposition for potential new BTCC entrants."

Gow has also left the door open to a return to Knockhill in Scotland next June, but that race could instead be held at Rockingham, which will hold its first ever BTCC race this weekend.



April 10/11 Thruxton

May 1/2/3 Brands Hatch

May 15/16 Silverstone

May 30/31 Oulton Park

June 12/13 Mondello Park

June 26/27 Rockingham or Knockhill

July 9/10/11 Silverstone

July 24/25 Croft

Aug 21/22 Brands Hatch

Sept 4/5 Snetterton

Sept 18/19 Donington Park

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