After a couple of years of missed motorsport opportunities, Motul is looking forward to an action-packed calendar of automotive motorsport events in the UK in 2022. Motul UK’s programme for the year, which is supported by its motorsport distributor Witham Motorsport, sees the brand supporting myriad events, from grassroots all the way through to world-class championships, as well as historic and classic racing.
A showcase for Motul’s premium quality oils
The events will give Motul the chance to showcase and promote its premium quality oils, lubricants and care and maintenance products to an audience of fans, as well as giving them technical tips and tricks to help them make them keep their own machines in fine fettle.
From brand ambassadors to racing teams partnered with Motul, as well as events where Motul is the headline partner, a huge array of cars will use Motul products this year in the UK motorsport scene. Over the years, Motul products have delivered great success to drivers and teams. And as part of our living laboratory philosophy, everything we learn on track goes into the development of future lubricants.
Andy Wait, Head of UK Motul PCMO sales said:
“Motul’s reputation in the UK motorsport arena is going from strength to strength. We are immensely proud and excited to be involved in such a wide variety of championships and to have such special support from such an amazing collection of top end drivers and teams. Look out for further announcements of Motul partnerships over the coming weeks and months.”
Richard Scarbrough, Sales Director from Witham Motorsport added:
“We are forging ahead to help grow our presence and product penetration in the UK automotive racing world. We are delighted to be working with our ambassadors and teams. From classic racing to high-tech performance, in just about every wheeled discipline through to powerboat racing, the 2022 season promises to be a very exciting year ahead for us.”
For 2022, the Motul motorsport ambassadors you could look forward to cheering on includes former BTCC champion-turned historic racer Andrew Jordan together with the Jordan Racing Team, as well as historic stars such as Calum Lockie, Patrick Watts and Mike & Matt Wrigley.
JHR Developments will again be vying for honours in the British F4 Championship, while in the world of drifting Olly Silcock will represent Motul in this growing motorsport scene. We also have Roskell Motorsport contesting various national rally championships, while newly-signed Osian Pryce will be taking part in the British Rally Championship with the help of Motul. Then there’s the BTCC, the world-famous touring car championship, and the Caterham 310R Championship, of which Motul is the title partner.
The top UK motorsport events to look forward to in 2022
When and where can I watch the BTCC?
- 23/24 April – Donington Park (National)
- 14/15 May – Brands Hatch (Indy)
- 28/29 May - Thruxton
- 11/12 June – Oulton Park (Island)
- 25/26 June – Croft
- 30/31 July – Knockhill
- 13/14 August – Snetterton (300)
- 27/28 August – Thruxton
- 24/25 September – Silverstone (National)
- 8/9 October – Brands Hatch (Grand Prix)
British F4 Championship
When and where can I watch the F4 Championship?
- 23/24 April - Donington Park (National)
- 14/15 May - Brands Hatch (Indy)
- 28/29 May - Thruxton
- 11/12 June - Oulton Park (Island)
- 25/26 June - Croft
- 30/31 July - Knockhill
- 13/14 August - Snetterton (300)
- 27/28 August - Thruxton
- 24/25 September - Silverstone (National)
- 8/9 October - Brands Hatch (Grand Prix)
MSN rally Championship
When and where can I watch the MSN rally Championship?
Round 7 (final round of the season), 3 April – Cadwell Park
British Rally Championship
When and where can I watch the British Rally Championship?
- Round 1: Clacton – 23/24 April
- Round 2: Duns – 27/28 May
- Round 3: Builth Wells – 9 July
- Round 4: Banchory – 13 August
- Round 5: Aberystwyth – 3/4 September
- Round 6: Filey – 23/24 September
- Round 7: Llandudno – 29 October
- Reserve round: Oulton Park – 5 November
Drift Pro Championship
When and where can I watch the Drift Pro Championship?
- Event 1: Cadwell Park – 1 May
- Event 2: Cadwell Park – 2 May
- Event 3: Brands Hatch – 18 June
- Event 4: Brands Hatch – 19 June
- Event 5: Oulton Park – 16 July
- Event 6: Donnington Park – 29 August
- Event 7: Brands Hatch – 25 September
- Event 8: Snetterton – 23 October
Mini Miglia Championship
When and where can I watch the Mini Miglia Championship?
- 16 April – Snetterton
- 21 May – Cadwell Park
- 11 June – Castle Combe
- 9 July – Donington Park
- 6 August – Brands Hatch
- 3 September – Anglesey
- 15 October – Silverstone
- 5 November – Brands Hatch
When and where can I watch the Citroen Endurance Championship?
- 17 April – Snetterton 300 (five-hour race)
- 20-22 May – Silverstone GP (24-hour race)
- 17-18 June – Anglesey (five-hour race)
- 10 July – Donington Park (three-hour race)
- 20 August – Brands Hatch (three-hour race)
- 17-18 September – Croft (2 x three-hour races)
- 15-16 October – Snetterton 300 (2 x three-hour races)
The Classic at Silverstone
When and where can I watch the Classic at Silverstone?
26-28 August – Silverstone
When and where can I watch the Goodwood Revival?
16-18 September – Goodwood
Motorsport Days Live
When and where can I watch the Motorsport Days Live?
4-5 November – Silverstone
Caterham’s 310R Championship
When and where can I watch the Caterham Championship?
- 9-10 April – Brands Hatch
- 21-22 May – Snetterton 300
- 18-19 June – Silverstone
- 9-10 July – Donington Park
- 12-14 August – Anglesey
- 17-18 September – Knockhill
- 15-16 October – Silverstone