Century Motorsport

Two classes currently compete in the British GT Championship: GT3 and GT4. A consolidation of GT regulations and significant manufacturer support saw British GT first introduce the GT3 class in 2005. And from 2006 the category mirrored FIA Group GT3 and used near-identical regulations to the FIA GT3 European Championship.

GT3 rules include extensive Balance of Performance and handicap weights to make cars artificially more equal. Cost-saving measures saw the series’ previous premier class, GT2, phased out at the end of 2006.

2023 Race Calendar
1 & 28-10 AprilOulton Park
36-7 MaySilverstone 500
427-28 MayDonington Park
5 & 617-18 JuneSnetterton
722-23 JulyAutodromo do Algarve, Portugal
89-10 SeptemberBrands Hatch
921-22 OctoberDonington Park
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Driver Line-Up

Betty Chen



Betty was born into Taiwan’s well-known racing family, so racing is in her genes. She started off in karting and showed great talent, breaking the track record for the Taroko Circuit in her first year. Betty quickly jumped up to the highest level of X30 in a short year of karting.

At the age of 17 she moved up to training in Formula and GT cars and in 2018 she began training in Sepang with Formula Masters where she participated in the International GT Master Asia in Shanghai, taking a podium award. The following year she started to enter GT3 races in the China GT Championship with the BMW M6.

Betty also took part in the CEC China Endurance Championship where she won both races she entered in the GT3 AM. She is the only Asian female GT3 driver and joined Century Motorsport for the 2022 season with our brand new BMW M4 GT3 in the British GT championship.

Joel Eriksson



Joel started his racing career like many, in karting, at the age of 9. In 2014 he made his debut in open-wheel racing in Formula 4 and progressed up to F3 European Championship in 2016, where he won one race at Spa and finished 5th in the Championship standings. After two seasons, he moved on to DTM in 2018, driving for BMW Team RBM and became the second youngest DTM race winner after a victory at Misano.

He started testing Formula E for the first time in January 2018 for DS Virgin Racing in the rookie test and was then signed on with Dragon Racing as their official test and reserve driver for 2019-2020 season. He made his debut in the championship in the 2021 Puebla ePrix and drove in the last 8 races. Joel also competed in the Asian Le Mans, FIA GT World Cup and ADAC GT Masters between 2019-2021.