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Oliver heads for Snetterton 300

The TCR UK Touring Car Championship kicks into gear at Snetterton over the Easter weekend for Rounds 1 & 2 of the much-anticipated 2023 season. The races will take place on Sunday (9 April) with an impressive 24-car grid featuring new names, new cars and multiple tin-top champions.

TCR UK Touring Car Championship Grid 2023

Photo credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

Five manufacturers are represented on the grid by 10 different models, including three latest-generation versions making their UK debuts this weekend.

A field with incredible strength in depth will be giving their all in the battle for honours and an impressive prize fund totalling £75,000, which rewards the top three in each race as well as the overall championship.

There are prizes too for the champions of the Tom Walker Memorial Trophy (for rookies and those without previous podium finishes) and Goodyear Diamond Trophy (for drivers aged 40 or over) categories as well as the Driver of the Day at each event.

Teenager Oliver Cottam graduates from the Ginetta GT5 Challenge with his eyes set on the Tom Walker Memorial Trophy, racing the Audi RS3 LMS TCR Gen II run by Paul Sheard Racing.

Oliver Cottam in his Paul Sheard Racing Audi

Photo credit: Jakob Ebrey Photography

TCR UK’s first-ever event on the longer Snetterton 300 circuit features free practice and qualifying sessions on Saturday 8 April, scheduled for 1040hrs and 1415hrs.

Both races take place on the afternoon of Sunday 9 April and are timetabled to start 1320hrs and 1720hrs. The event will also feature the return of the popular grid walk for sponsors and spectators before the first race.

All the race action will be streamed live and can be accessed via TCR UK’s YouTube channel here:

Oliver Cottam TCR UK Touring Car Championship Race Calendar


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