TOCA confirms 2020 BTCC licence allocations

British Touring Car Championship organiser TOCA has confirmed the entries and holders of its TOCA BTCC Licences (TBLs) for the 2020 season, which are divided amongst 15 entrants.

Teams must hold a TBL in order to enter a car into the championship. A maximum of 30 TBLs are issued, with TOCA holding on to a further two. TOCA has stated that “in keeping with its previously stated objective of reducing the size of the BTCC grid, TOCA has again chosen not to allocate its two TBLs to additional entrants”.

Further information on team names, cars and drivers will be released by the teams in due course over the next four months, prior to the release of the finalised entry list which will be distributed by TOCA in March.

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Confirmed entries for the 2020 British Touring Car Championship:

Aiden Moffat Racing: 1

AmD/Cobra Exhausts: 2

AmD/Trade Price Cars: 2

BTC Racing: 3

Ciceley Motorsport: 2

Excelr8 Motorsport: 2

Motorbase Performance: 3

Power Maxed Racing: 2

Simpson Racing: 1

Speedworks Motorsport: 1

Team BMR: 1

Team Dynamics: 2

Team HARD: 4

Team Parker Racing: 1

West Surrey Racing: 3

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