Pickup Truck Championship

The Pickup Truck Racing Championship is for competitors participating in vehicles authorised by Pickup Truck Racing Ltd., supplied by SHP Engineering Ltd. and built expressly to comply with the championship regulations.

These unique vehicles race at a number of UK circuits which might be considered as "road" courses but are also the only UK based championship to race on the "oval" at Rockingham.

The championship is highly competitive with some of the closest and most exciting racing you are likely to see. Involved are a number of young drivers just starting their career as well as some of the more seasoned veterans all of whom exhibit a huge degree of camaraderie to make this a friendly and enjoyable championship.

2018 Calendar - Pickup Truck Championship

2018 Standings - Pickup Truck Championship

2015 Driver Standings after Brands Hatch
2016 Driver Standings after Brands Hatch
2017 Provisional Points Positions
2018 Provisional Points Positions

2018 Reports - Pickup Truck Championship

Results coming soon

2018 Downloads - Pickup Truck Championship

2018 Championship Regulations
2018 BARC Health & Safety Guidance
2018

Latest News - Pickup Truck Championship

C1 Challenge & Pickup Trucks produce mesmerising Rockingham showing

A series of firsts took place at Rockingham this past weekend (May 11/12/13) as the Trade Team Citroen C1 Challenge and Pickup Truck Racing Championship produced non-stop action around the popular Corby venue.

C1 Challenge set to make history at Rockingham with blockbuster 24hr race

The British Automobile Racing Club is set to play its part in a small piece of history at Rockingham this weekend (May 11/12/13) as the Corby circuit gets set to stage its first-ever 24hr race.

BARC delivers memorable two days at Croft

The British Automobile Racing Club enjoyed a memorable two days at Croft this past weekend (April 28/29) as a trio of championships continued their campaigns.

Trio of BARC championships descend on Croft

The British Automobile Racing Club makes its first visit of the season to Croft Circuit this weekend (April 21/22) with a trio of championships set to entertain fans trackside.

Brands Hatch set for BARC Easter extravaganza

A blockbuster bank holiday weekend (April 1/2) lies ahead at Brands Hatch as the British Truck Racing Association Championship headlines a bumper bill of track action around the Indy circuit.

Championship Co-ordinator

Sonny Howard
shpengineering@aol.com