Britain's leading motorsport championship to celebrate 60th anniversary season

Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship bosses have released the calendar for the 2018 season, which will mark the 60th anniversary of the hugely popular series.

The 30-race calendar will feature the same ten events as this year, with the season starting and finishing at Brands Hatch in Kent. The only variation from this year features the events at Knockill and Rockingham switching places in the calendar.

The BTCC will continue to be broadcast on ITV4, which will show every race-day live.

2018 MSA British Touring Car Championship calendar

7/8 April - Brands Hatch (Indy), Kent

28/29 April - Donington Park, Leics

19/20 May - Thruxton, Hampshire

9/10 June - Oulton Park, Cheshire

23/24 June - Croft, Yorkshire

28/29 July - Snetterton, Norfolk

11/12 August - Rockingham, Northants

25/26 August - Knockhill, Fife

15/16 September - Silverstone, Northants

29/30 September - Brands Hatch (GP), Kent

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