Batangas Racing Circuit

Batangas Racing Circuit

Batangas Racing Circuit (BRC) is 3.700 km permanent race track located in Rosario, Batangas, Philippines which is around 106 km away from Manila. The full course has 14 turns, runs in a clockwise direction, and has a Grade 4 license from the FIA.

Alternatively, it also has a 2.800 km short course as well as a 2.000 km go kart configuration.

It first opened in 1996 and originally had a shorter 2.800 km layout with only 10 turns. The circuit was renovated in 2002 that lengthened the straight after Brian’s corner, added the double left hander Casino, and a chicane. This added 600 meters to the total track length, stretching it to 3.400 km. It was renovated again in 2005, stretching the main straight to accommodate a 650 meter drag strip thereby revising T1 and increasing track length to 3.700 km.

BRC features permanent pit lane garages, hospitality suites, and a grandstand.

It hosts both 2 and 4 wheeled races such as the Philippine GT Championship, Philippine Touring Car Championship, National Drag Racing Championship, Philippine Superbike Championship, and FlatOut Race Series. The Asian Formula 3 Championship, Asian V8 Championship, Philippine Formula Toyota Cup, Toyota Corolla Cup, and Circuit Showdown have also graced the circuit in the past.

Track Details

Length: 3.70 km
Width: 12 meters (minimum)
No. of Turns: 14 turns
Rotation: Clockwise
Date Built: 16-October-1996
FIA Grade Level: Grade 4
Track Record: 1:38.315 | Thmoon Lee | Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Track Fee: P3,000 (car) / P2,500 (motorcycle)
Membership Fee: P15,000 per year

Address: Barrio Maligaya, Rosario, Batangas
Operating Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Tuesday to Sunday)
Contact Number(s): 0922-885-8411 (Marcial ‘Aga’ Gamurot), 0928-837-0777 (Michelle Aguirre)

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