BTCC drivers take part in sim races at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Taking part twice a day on the Kwik Fit stand, visitors will be able to watch four real-world British Touring Car Championship stars race each other on simulators.
BTCC drivers take part in sim races at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Using rFactor 2 and the official BTCC cars and liveries, each contest will see a five-minute qualifying session followed by a 10-minute race across a series of British circuits. Live commentary is provided by the inimitable Alan Hyde.

The races will see the likes of Tom Ingram, Dan Cammish, Ronan Pearson and three-time champion Ash Sutton racing alongside each other on the simulators.

Dan Cammish Goodwood Festival of Speed 2023, BTCC, sim racing

On Thursday, Tom Ingram set the pace in the earlier race, while later in the day NAPA Racing teammates Sutton and Dan Rowbottom enjoyed a ‘lively’ battle.

Visitors are also able to try the same simulator set-ups, with BTCC race tickets up for grabs for those who set the quickest times across the weekend. The BTCC drivers will be competing at 2 pm and 4 pm each day, between 13th-16th July 2023.

BTCC Kwik Fit stand, Goodwood Festival of Speed 2023

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