Britcar have confirmed for the first time the different series it will be running during 2011 following the MSA awarding the body's GT Championship the title of MSA British Endurance Championship – a title that puts it on a par with the BTCC.
The championship will be the premier of the three Britcar will run next year and will be open to GT cars complying to GT2, GT3 and GT4 specifications with a majority of race being three hours in length.
The Britcar Dunlop Production GTN Championship will include two classes – like this year's Britcar Production Championship – and welcome GT4 and saloon cars similar to those that could be found in GT Cup or Touring Car competition as well as various one-make racing series.
A majority of the Production will be two hours long, designed for either single or multiple drivers.
Britcar have also confirmed an agreement has been reached to hold the Britcar 24 Hours at Silverstone for the next five years with Claire Williams as managing director of Britcar 24hrs Ltd.
It has also been announced that Britcar will run a V8 Utes Championship. You can read more about this series here.
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