The British Endurance Championship and Britcar Trophy will once again enjoy unprecedented live online coverage this year following confirmation that every race of the 2024 season will broadcast on YouTube.

With the British Automobile Racing Club having renewed their partnership with leading sports production company 247.TV for a fourth successive season, Britcar’s two action-packed endurance categories are poised to take centre stage on-screen throughout the year.

Trackside cameras will be present at all rounds – minus Britcar Trophy’s guest appearance alongside the GT World Challenge at Brands Hatch in May – with Ian Waterhouse and Dave Goddard fronting the coverage.

In addition, both championships have also invested in an additional roaming camera, which is poised to produce even more unmissable behind-the-scenes coverage over the course of a race weekend.

As has been the case in years gone by, all races will be streamed live via BARC TV before then being published on the official Britcar YouTube channel shortly after.

We’re delighted to be able to showcase BEC and Britcar Trophy live and for free for everyone once again this year,” said Claire Hedley, Britcar Managing Director.

Over the past few years we’ve seen some fantastic coverage captured on our races and I’m confident that 2024 will be no different, especially as we are making a further investment around delivering more behind-the-scenes access too.”

The 2024 season for both the British Endurance Championship and Britcar Trophy Championship commences this bank holiday weekend at Donington Park on the 29/30 March.