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BRCA GT Section for GT10 GT12 and F1

Welcome to the GT Circuit Section of the BRCA.

The GT Circuit section was created in 2014 and we are a sub-section of the 1/12th Electric Circuit Section (hence the banner above)  and combines three different classes: GT12, World GT10 and Formula 1.

This variety should ensure there is a class to suit most drivers. From the wonderful simplicity of a GT12 that both welcomes a beginner and rewards the skill of a more experienced racer, the greater speed and complexity of a World GT10 and the beautiful scale looks of a Formula 1.

The BRCA GT Circuit Section, together with the host clubs, run a professional, friendly and well organised competition that welcomes drivers of all abilities. Our national indoor series runs from January to April, so whatever the weather you can continue to enjoy racing in the warm and dry. Most of our venues provide hot and cold food and drinks. All events provide pit tables and chairs for our competitors as well as mains electricity.

Our aim is to organise the best national championship in the world while giving good value for money. We hope you will come and race with us. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly if we can be of any assistance.

Good luck with your racing during the forthcoming season.

The GT Circuit section can now announce the control tyre for the 2015/16 BRCA GT National Series F1 Class (5 Hours and 2000 laps later). At the 2015 EGM, the floor voted for the committee to find a suitable control tyre for the F1 National series, This needed to have a balance of price, performance, availability and fitment.

Taking on a BRCA Section Committee role can be a daunting prospect. Those who do it will always feel apprehensive and a little unsure of what might be in store for them, particularly if it’s their first time doing something of this kind.

South Yorkshire Raceway saw the inaugural national meeting open the books on this never before seen class combination - the grand prix of the GT’s and F1’s. After the infamous GT12 class lost its national status in early 2014, when it ceased to be the 1/12 support class, GT12 really needed its own section to return to its former glory and flourish as a driver’s class.

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