BRITISH GT DELAYS SEASON OPENER AT OULTON PARK

PUBLISHED 17/03/2020
TAGS BRITISH GT, Aston Martin, Graham Davidson, Tom Canning, Ahmad Al Harthy, JONNY ADAM, Dan Vaughan, Jamie Caroline, Patrick Kibble, Connor O’Brien

The opening round of the 2020 Intelligent Money British GT Championship at Oulton Park, due to take place on April 11 & 13, has been postponed.

 

As per our statements on the cancelled and postponed World Endurance Championship races, we continue to fully support and cooperate with the organisers of the championships we are competing in, in 2020. 


This news is hugely disappointing to us all, especially with how strong we were looking at the Intelligent Money British GT Championship media day earlier in the month. 


We will continue to prepare for the season and will be more than ready when we are told we can go racing once again! 

Statement from British GT - “The opening round of this season’s Intelligent Money British GT Championship has been postponed following guidance issued by the UK government and Motorsport UK in response to containing the spread of coronavirus and COVID-19. 
A new date for Oulton Park’s double header, which was due to take place over Easter Bank Holiday Weekend (April 11 & 13), is already being discussed. 
Championship organisers, SRO Motorsports Group, still fully intend to stage seven rounds as per 2020’s original schedule. Further information will be issued in due course.”