Coming at you on Motors TV UK: The final 19 rounds of the BSRTC season!

BSR & Apex Racing TV have reached an agreement with Motors TV UK to nationally televise the final 19 race meetings of the British Sim Racers Touring Car Pro Series season.

To celebrate this exciting news, iRacing is offering a special discount for new three month memberships.  Just go to and enter the following promotional code: PR-BSRTC.

BSRTC is in its ninth season on and sees around 40 of the best sim racers from around the world battling it out in the Kia Optima at the world’s greatest circuits for a share of the $10,000 prize fund.

An hour-long highlights package will air each week, featuring action from all three of the evening’s races and insightful commentary from Andrew Woodhouse, Adam Bath and World Championship Grand Prix Series driver Alex Simpson.

A complete broadcast schedule is listed below and includes the exciting ‘showdown’ race meetings at the end of the season, in which the top 10 drivers in the points standings will join two wildcard entries in a 15 race shootout for the championship. The teams’ championship will also be up for grabs with $4,000 going to the winning organisation.

Reigning series champion Andreas Katz is looking for his third title, but the German driver currently sits behind Season 6 champion Wojciech Swirydowicz in the standings.

The series offers one of the largest prize funds in the world of sim racing, with $10,000 to be shared between the winning teams and drivers. Racing is hugely competitive and extremely close, as the front wheel drive Kia Optima provides some fast and frantic touring car racing. We also have seen many top drivers in the series, such as current and former World Championship Grand Prix drivers Sebastian Job and Lee Thompson, Le Mans Class Winner Nicki Thiim, and two-time NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series Champion Ray Alfalla.

With $10,000 on the line, the BSRTC attracts full fields and world championship caliber sim racers like Sebastian Job, Lee Thompson, Graham Carroll and Ray Alfalla.

With $10,000 on the line, the BSRTC attracts full fields and world championship caliber sim racers like Sebastian Job, Lee Thompson, Graham Carroll and Ray Alfalla.

Motors TV’s BSRTC broadcast debuts on Tuesday, August 18 at 5:21 pm with the race at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, followed by the Mid-Ohio round of the BSRTC at the same time on August 25.  Note: all shows will be repeated on Wednesday and Friday afternoons.

And while you wait for August 18 to roll around, you can watch the BSRTC action every Thursday night at 8pm UK time on Apex Racing TV’s YouTube channel.

This is truly a significant moment for the sport of sim racing.  iRacers everywhere are urged to tune-in, support the BSRTC, spread the word and — above all — enjoy one of the best racing series out there, real or sim.

Share Button


The million dollar question is whether Motors TV will broadcast online. I am sure iRacers and sim racers around the globe would love to tune in and watch and support this, but if it’s only viewable by UK residents that would be quite tragic for viewership.

Justin Rebelo
August 5th, 2015 at 4:38 pm

MotorsTV is broadcast in many European countries by Satellite/Cable, no online broadcast that I’m aware of.

However … the BSRTC is broadcast live on Youtube by Apex Racing TV :

and it’s in HD! 😉

August 7th, 2015 at 9:21 pm

Cheers and congratulations to all of you with the BSRTC group! Well deserved, as this series has produced some great racing and quite a few fun story lines. The BSRTV crew have provided many hours of the BSRTC action and have done well to help with the awareness of simracing around the world. It is great to see the efforts of all of these parties and the drivers being elevated and rewarded! Enjoy it and good luck to all of you!!

Chuck Johnson
August 7th, 2015 at 6:14 pm

How do I get involved with this

August 25th, 2015 at 4:33 pm

I would like to know how I can get involved in this amazing series

September 12th, 2015 at 10:52 am

Here you go –

It’s a never seen before biography Higher Eclectic Ground, the indie video game and art community that is covering the last 7 races of the season has written for the BSRTC. End of the article point totheir Closed Group on Facebook. Simply head on down there and say Sean from Higher Eclectic sent you 🙂

October 22nd, 2015 at 2:51 pm

Good program

October 20th, 2015 at 6:11 pm

Interested in special offers, free giveaways, and news?

Stay In Touch