Many of the trucks in the French championship can produce over 1000 hp. In a racing set-up, the trucks are lighter, their suspension is stiffened and they are fitted with appropriate safety devices such as roll-bars, bucket seats, ignition cut-off etc. They are also restrained and top speed limited to 160 kph.

There are two free practice sessions followed by qualifying sessions, then a super pole run-off for the top 10 qualifiers which determines the starting grid positions. There are four races in which trucks should cover a distance of at least 45k, each preceded by a warm-up.

- In races 1 and 3, the top 10 slots on the grid are determined by the Super Pole and by qualifying times for the rest of the field.

- For race 2, the starting grid is determined by race 1, with the top 6 in descending order.

- For race 4, the starting grid is determined by race 3, with the top 6 in descending order.

Points are awarded as follows:

Race 1 and 3: the top 10 score points as follows: 20, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 3, 1

Race 2 and 4: the top 10 score points as follows: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 1

During the weekend, the competitors also take part in a wheel change challenge. Two mechanics and a driver per truck must remove and refit the front left wheel in a minimum of time.

British Truck Racing Championship (BTRC)

The British Truck Racing Championship (BTRC) is one of the biggest motorsport categories in the UK, with machines weighing in at more than five tonnes and producing in excess of 1000bhp – it is a championship like no other.

Taking centre stage at some of the most famous circuits in the UK and at Le Mans, spectators are guaranteed edge-of-the-seat entertainment over the course of each season; with capacity grids going wheel-to-wheel at seven events and a total of 3r races.

Promoted by Truck Sport UK and running under the banner of the British Automobile Racing Club, the BTRC represents some of the biggest manufacturers from around the world.


The FIA European truck racing championship (FIA ETRC) is the highest level in the discipline. The 24H Camions at the Bugatti track is one round in the championship. Founded in 2006 the competition awards titles to European champion drivers and teams.

A biofuel made of renewable ressources was introduced in 2021 as part of an agreement between the FIA and TotalEnergies.


2023: Téo Calvet

2022 : Lionel Montagne

2021 : Anthony Janiec

2020 : Annulée

2019 : Anthony Janiec

2018 : Thomas Robineau

2017 : Lionel Montagne

2016 : Lionel Montagne

2015 : Franck Conti

2014 : Thomas Robineau



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