Motorsport in August: What's on in the UK during F1's summer break?
There's still plenty of top motorsport to satisfy the petrol head
By William Esler
Last Updated: 10/08/17 4:51pm
F1 may be on its summer break, but there is still plenty of top motorsport across Britain to scratch that petrol-head itch in August.
In the British Touring Car Championship, British GT, British Superbikes and British F3, the United Kingdom has some of the strongest domestic series in the world.
British GT and British F3 will both be at Brands Hatch on August 6, while fans of two-wheels can see British Superbikes in action at Thruxton - the fastest track in the country. Donington Park will stage its Classic Motorcycle Festival that same weekend.
The BTCC will head to Scotland on August 13 for three races at Knockhill, with the support race package featuring British F4, giving you the chance to see some feature F1 stars.
The following weekend, August 20, the British Superbikes are on track again at Cadwell Park.
Then the Formula 1 season resumes with the Belgian GP, with every session live on Sky Sports F1.
August Motorsport in the UK
August 6 - British GT, Brands Hatch
August 6 - British F3, Brands Hatch
August 6 - British Superbikes, Thruxton
August 6 - Classic Motorcycle Festival, Donington Park
August 6 - Croft Nostalgia Festival, Croft
August 12 - BRSCC Club Car Championships, Oulton Park
August 13 - BTCC, Knockhill
August 13 - Festival Italia, Brands Hatch
August 13 - MSVR Club Car Championships, Snetterton
August 19 - Oulton Park Mini Festival, Oulton Park
August 19-20 - Citroen 2CV 24 Hour Race, Snetterton
August 20 - British Superbikes, Cadwell Park
August 20 - Dukeries Rally, Donington Park
August 20 - Deutsche Fest, Brands Hatch
August 20 - Battle of Britain Race Meeting, Croft
August 20 - 750 Motor Club, Silverstone
Don't miss the Belgian GP live on Sky Sports F1 on August 27 - lights out for the race is at 1pm. Check out all the ways to watch F1 on Sky Sports for subscribers and non-subscribers - including a NOW TV day pass for £6.99!
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