One key benefit identified from the 2019 season was the increase in national television coverage of the ToCA weekends by ITV4. In order to maximise the opportunity this presents to teams, drivers and sponsors,
The 2020 season will start at the ToCA season opener at Donington Park (National circuit).
Seven remaining rounds will take place at a selection of the UK’s most famous race circuits including Silverstone and Brands Hatch. Each circuit will present drivers with different challenges to test their nerves and skill to the limit.
Following positive feedback from both drivers and teams, there will be four
The geographic spread of the 2020 championship will continue to ensure our growing fan base can experience the action close to their homes and provides an opportunity for drivers, teams andpartners to engage with diﬀerent audiences throughout the UK.
|Rounds 1 and 2||Donington Park (National circuit||28–29 March 2020|
|Rounds 3 and 4||Brands Hatch (Indy circuit)||11–12 April 2020|
|Rounds 5 and 6||Thruxton||16–17 May 2020|
|Rounds 7 and 8||Oulton Park (Island circuit)||13–14 June 2020|
|Rounds 9 and 10||Snetterton (300)||25–26 July 2020|
|Rounds 11 and 12||Knockhill||29–30 August 2020|
|Rounds 13 and 14||Silverstone (International circuit)||26–27 September 2020|
|Rounds 15 and 16||Brands Hatch (Grand Prix circuit)||10–11 October 2020|
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