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2017 TCR International Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 TCR International Series
Previous: 2016 Next: 2018 (WTCR)

The 2017 TCR International Series was the third and the last season of the TCR International Series.

Stefano Comini entered the season as defending double champion, but finished only third in the standings with 30 points behind the new champion Jean-Karl Vernay, who won the title with a race to spare in the Dubai round, and Attila Tassi. Comini and Tassi were separated by only one point.

In the teams' standings Hungarian team M1RA managed to secure the title in Dubai, beating the previous champions Craft-Bamboo Racing by 62 points.

Teams and drivers

Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
Belgium Comtoyou Racing[1] Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[1] 1 Switzerland Stefano Comini[1] All
6 Belgium Frédéric Vervisch[2] 3–10
SEAT León TCR[3] 4 Belgium Denis Dupont[3] 9–10
Luxembourg Leopard Racing Team WRT[4] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR 2 France Jean-Karl Vernay[4] All
3 United Kingdom Robert Huff[5] 3, 5–9
14 Netherlands Jaap van Lagen[6] 4, 7
73 United Kingdom Gordon Shedden[7] 10
Belgium Michaël Mazuin Sport[8] 52 Belgium Maxime Potty[8] 3
Hungary M1RA[9] Honda Civic Type R TCR[9] 5 Italy Roberto Colciago[9] 1–7, 9–10
9 Hungary Attila Tassi[9] All
21 Italy Giacomo Altoè[10] 8
59 Hungary Norbert Michelisz[11] 6, 8
95 United Kingdom Josh Files[12] 10
Hong Kong Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing[13] SEAT León TCR[13] 7 France Hugo Valente[14] 1–4
17 United Kingdom Daniel Lloyd[15] 5–10
54 United Kingdom James Nash[14] All
74 Spain Pepe Oriola[14] All
Germany Junior Team Engstler[16] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[16] 8 Germany Luca Engstler[16] 7
Sweden WestCoast Racing[17] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[17] 10 Italy Gianni Morbidelli[17] All
13 Germany Benjamin Leuchter[18] 10
19 Thailand Kantadhee Kusiri[19] 8
21 Italy Giacomo Altoè[17] 1–7
99 France Rafaël Galiana[20] 9
Denmark Reno Racing[4] Honda Civic Type R TCR[4] 11 Denmark Jens Reno Møller[4] 3–7
Belgium Delahaye Racing[21] SEAT León TCR[21] 12 Belgium Guillaume Mondron[21] 3
Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[22] 25 Belgium Edouard Mondron[21] 3
Georgia (country) GE-Force[23] Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR[24] 15 Georgia (country) Shota Abkhazava[25][26] 1
16 Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia[27] All
62 Serbia Dušan Borković[24] All
88 Italy Michela Cerruti[28] 2
United States Icarus Motorsports[29] SEAT León TCR[29] 18 United States Duncan Ende[29] All
Hungary Unicorse Team[30] Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR[30] 20 Hungary Márk Jedlóczky[30] 6
Belgium DG Sport Compétition[31] Opel Astra TCR[31] 23 Belgium Pierre-Yves Corthals[31] 1–4
27 France Aurélien Comte[32] 10
66 France Grégoire Demoustier[33] 5–7
67 Thailand Munkong Sathienthirakul[34] 8
70 Slovakia Maťo Homola[35] All
Hungary Botka Rally Team[36] Kia Cee'd TCR[36] 26 Hungary István Bernula[36] 6
Belgium Boutsen Ginion Racing[37] Honda Civic Type R TCR[37] 28 France Aurélien Panis[38] 7–10
63 Belgium Benjamin Lessennes[37] 3
64 Netherlands Tom Coronel[39] 3
Serbia ASK Vesnić[40] Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[40] 31 Serbia Milovan Vesnić[40] 5–6
Italy Top Run Motorsport[41] Subaru WRX STi TCR[41] 32 Italy Luigi Ferrara[41] 5
Norway Stian Paulsen Racing[42] SEAT León TCR[42] 34 Norway Stian Paulsen[42] 3–7
Germany Kissling Motorsport[43] Opel Astra TCR[43] 35 Austria Thomas Jäger[43] 5
Italy Pit Lane Competizioni[44] Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[44] 36 Italy Enrico Bettera[44] 5
Netherlands Ferry Monster Autosport[45] SEAT León TCR[45] 38 Netherlands Danny Kroes[45] 7
Austria Zele Racing[4] SEAT León TCR[4] 55 Hungary Ferenc Ficza[25] 1–2, 4
Hungary Zengő Motorsport[4] Kia Cee'd TCR[4] 6–7
SEAT León TCR[4] 3, 5
77 Hungary Anett György[46] 6
78 Hungary Csaba Tóth[46] 6
80 Hungary Dániel Nagy[46] 6
Malaysia Viper Niza Racing[47] SEAT León TCR[47] 65 Malaysia Douglas Khoo[47] 8
China ZZZ Team[48] Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[48] 71 China Tengyi Jiang[48] 9
81 China Zhendong Zhang[48] 9
Italy CRC - Cappellari Reparto Corse[49] SEAT León TCR[49] 76 Italy Daniele Cappellari[49] 4
Thailand Yontrakit Racing Team[47] SEAT León TCR[47] 83 Thailand Rattanin Leenutaphong[47] 8
Thailand RMI Racing Team by Sunoco[47] SEAT León TCR[47] 84 Thailand Pasarit Promsombat[47] 8
Thailand Billionaire Boys Racing[47] Honda Civic Type R TCR[47] 85 Thailand Chariya Nuya[47] 8
Thailand TBN MK Ihere Racing Team[47] Honda Civic Type R TCR[47] 86 Thailand Nattachak Hanjitkasen[47] 8
Thailand Morin Racing Team[47] SEAT León TCR[47] 96 Thailand Nattanid Leewattanavaragul[47] 8
Entries ineligible for points
Italy BRC Racing Team[50] Hyundai i30 N TCR[50] 30 Italy Gabriele Tarquini[50] 9–10
33 Switzerland Alain Menu[50] 9–10
Sources:[51]

Team and driver changes

Stefano Comini left Leopard Racing to join the newly entered Comtoyou Racing with Audi RS3 LMS TCR. Frédéric Vervisch joined the team in the second Audi from Spa onwards, while for the final two rounds of the season they've entered a third entry for TCR Benelux regular Denis Dupont who was behind the wheel of SEAT León TCR.

Leopard Racing retained Jean-Karl Vernay and at Spa they've entered a second car for Robert Huff. Huff only entered rounds which did not clashed with his commitments in the World Touring Car Championship. At Monza he was replaced by Jaap van Lagen and in Dubai by Gordon Shedden. Van Lagen entered in Oschersleben in a third car. The team also supported Maxime Potty who entered at Spa under the Michaël Mazurin Sport banner.

Craft-Bamboo Racing retained Pepe Oriola and James Nash, but Sergey Afanasyev was replaced by Hugo Valente. Valente left the team after Monza and his seat was taken by Daniel Lloyd.

WestCoast Racing switched from Honda Civic TCR to Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR. As a result, the team ended their association with Sportspromotion – the operation responsible for WestCoast Racing's entry in the series. The team retained Gianni Morbidelli while Giacomo Altoè was entered in the second car. Altoè would leave the team after Oschersleben and he was replaced by the TCR Asia Series regular Kantadhee Kusiri at Buriram, Rafaël Galiana at Zhejiang and Benjamin Leuchter at Dubai.

The newly formed team of M1RA entered the series entering two Honda Civic Type R TCR cars for the veteran Roberto Colciago and Attila Tassi. Norbert Michelisz, who is also co-owner of the team, entered at Hungaroring in a third Civic and in Buriram as stand-in for Colciago, who was recovering from injuries sustained during the Oschersleben round. Giacomo Altoè entered the team in Buriram in the team's third entry and double ADAC TCR Germany champion Josh Files entered in Dubai.

TCR Benelux team DG Sport Compétition entered the series with two Opel Astra TCR cars for TCR Trophy Europe winner Pierre-Yves Corthals and Maťo Homola. Corthals was later replaced by Grégoire Demoustier who later left the team after Oschersleben. With the exception of Zhejiang, where the team entered a single car for Homola, the team's second entry was driven by Munkong Sathienthirakul in Buriram and by 2017 TCR Trophy Europe winner Aurélien Comte in Dubai.

Davit Kajaia left Liqui Moly Team Engstler to form GE Force in partnership with Romeo Ferraris who provided the team with two Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR cars. Dušan Borković joined the team in the second car. The team also entered a third car for Rustavi International Motorpark owner Shota Abkhazava in Rustavi and for Michela Cerruti in Bahrain.

Duncan Ende made his series début driving for his own team Icarus Motorsports in a SEAT León TCR.

Zengő Motorsport returned to the series after missing out the previous season. The team was supposed to enter Kia Cee'd TCR for Ferenc Ficza, but due to delays in delivery Ficza was rotating between Zengõ Motorsport and Zele Racing driving SEAT León TCR. In Hungaroring the Cee'd TCR made its debut appearance with Ficza behind the wheel, but after Oschersleben the team withdrew from the season due to reliability issues.

Stian Paulsen and Jens Reno Møller entered the series from Spa to Oschersleben rider for their own teams - Stian Paulsen Racing and Reno Racing. The European TCR rounds counted as qualification for the 2017 TCR Trophy Europe, but neither of them entered the event.

After fielding two one-off entries for their TCR Benelux drivers Tom Coronel and Benjamin Lessennes at Spa, Boutsen Ginion Racing entered a single Honda Civic Type R TCR for Aurélien Panis from Oschersleben onwards.

Liqui Moly Team Engstler left the series to concentrate on their campaigns in TCR Asia Series and ADAC TCR Germany Touring Car Championship. The team entered Luca Engstler in Oschesleben under the Junior Team Engstler banner.

BRC Racing Team made its début in the series for the final two rounds of the season fielding two Hyundai i30 N TCR cars for veteran riders Gabriele Tarquini and Alain Menu The team received support from Hyundai Motorsport. However, as the i30 N TCR was given temporary homologation neither the team, nor its drivers were eligible to score points.

B3 Racing folded after the end of the 2016 season due to financial difficulties. Many of the team's personnel went on to form M1RA.

Target Competition also left the series after 2016 to concentrate on their efforts in ADAC TCR Germany.

Calendar

The 2017 provisional schedule was announced on 28 November 2016, with ten events scheduled.[52]

Rnd. Circuit Date Supporting
1 1 Georgia (country) Rustavi International Motorpark, Tbilisi 1 April stand-alone event
2 2 April
2 1 Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir 15 April Bahrain Grand Prix
2 16 April
3 1 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot 6 May 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps
2 7 May
4 1 Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, Monza 13 May European Le Mans Series
2 14 May
5 1 Austria Salzburgring, Salzburg 10 June stand-alone event
2 11 June
6 1 Hungary Hungaroring, Budapest 17 June Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
2 18 June
7 1 Germany Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, Oschersleben 8 July ADAC TCR Germany Touring Car Championship
2 9 July
8 1 Thailand Chang International Circuit, Buriram 2 September TCR Thailand Series
2 3 September
9 1 China Zhejiang International Circuit, Zhejiang 7 October TCR China Series
TCR Asia Series
2 8 October
10 1 United Arab Emirates Dubai Autodrome, Dubai 17 November stand-alone event
2 18 November

Calendar changes

The rounds held at Autodromo do Estoril, Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Sochi Autodrom, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Sepang International Circuit and Guia Circuit were discontinued.

The series made their debut in Georgia at the Rustavi International Motorpark which opened the season.

The provisional calendar featured a round at the Circuit de Monaco supporting the Monaco Grand Prix, but was removed as it wasn't approved by the Monegasque ASN as they had never entered negotiations to stage the race.[53] It was replaced by Autodromo Nazionale di Monza in Italy as supporting series to the European Le Mans Series.

With the release of the TCR China Touring Car Championship the calendar slot for October, which was left vacant, was given to the Zhejiang International Circuit. In the previous two seasons the series visited Shanghai International Circuit.

The round in Hungaroring was originally scheduled on 1–2 July, but for logistics reasons it was pulled back two weeks earlier than planned. The change also meant that the series would support the Hungarian round of the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters.[54]

The season finale which was supposed to be held on Yas Marina Circuit supporting the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was moved to Dubai Autodrome with the new date being a week earlier.[55]

Results

Rnd. Circuit Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Report
1 1 Georgia (country) Rustavi International Motorpark Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia Georgia (country) GE-Force Report
2 Spain Pepe Oriola Spain Pepe Oriola Hong Kong Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing
2 3 Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit Slovakia Maťo Homola Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia Italy Roberto Colciago Hungary M1RA Report
4 Serbia Dušan Borković Serbia Dušan Borković Georgia (country) GE-Force
3 5 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps Switzerland Stefano Comini Switzerland Stefano Comini Switzerland Stefano Comini Belgium Comtoyou Racing Report
6 Switzerland Stefano Comini France Jean-Karl Vernay Luxembourg Leopard Racing Team WRT
4 7 Italy Autodromo Nazionale di Monza Belgium Frédéric Vervisch Belgium Frédéric Vervisch Italy Roberto Colciago Hungary M1RA Report
8 Hungary Attila Tassi Switzerland Stefano Comini Belgium Comtoyou Racing
5 9 Austria Salzburgring Slovakia Maťo Homola Switzerland Stefano Comini Serbia Dušan Borković Georgia (country) GE-Force Report
10 Austria Thomas Jäger Italy Roberto Colciago Hungary M1RA
6 11 Hungary Hungaroring Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary Attila Tassi Hungary M1RA Report
12 Spain Pepe Oriola Hungary Attila Tassi Hungary M1RA
7 13 Germany Motorsport Arena Oschersleben Italy Gianni Morbidelli Italy Gianni Morbidelli Italy Gianni Morbidelli Sweden WestCoast Racing Report
14 Italy Gianni Morbidelli Italy Gianni Morbidelli Sweden WestCoast Racing
8 15 Thailand Chang International Circuit Slovakia Maťo Homola Slovakia Maťo Homola Hungary Norbert Michelisz Hungary M1RA Report
16 France Aurélien Panis France Aurélien Panis Belgium Boutsen Ginion Racing
9 17 China Zhejiang International Circuit United Kingdom Robert Huff France Aurélien Panis[N 1] France Jean-Karl Vernay[N 2] Luxembourg Leopard Racing Team WRT[N 2] Report
18 Italy Gianni Morbidelli United Kingdom Robert Huff Luxembourg Leopard Racing Team WRT
10 19 United Arab Emirates Dubai Autodrome United Kingdom Gordon Shedden Spain Pepe Oriola Spain Pepe Oriola Hong Kong Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing Report
20 Hungary Attila Tassi[N 1] Switzerland Stefano Comini Belgium Comtoyou Racing

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b Actual fastest lap of race recorded by Gabriele Tarquini, but he was ineligible to score the fastest lap of the race, due to his Hyundai i30 N TCR running on temporary homologation.
  2. ^ a b Actual victory in race scored by Gabriele Tarquini for BRC Racing Team, but as the Hyundai i30 N TCR was running on temporary homologation, he was ineligible to score points.

Fan Award

At the end of every weekend, a panel consisting of the International Series' Promoter and the promotional and media team name three candidates who stood out during the event for any particular reason.

Race Winner Other candidates
Georgia (country) Rustavi Hungary Ferenc Ficza Hungary Attila Tassi and Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia
Bahrain Sakhir Serbia Dušan Borković France Jean-Karl Vernay and France Hugo Valente
Belgium Spa-Francorchamps Hungary Attila Tassi Belgium Benjamin Lessennes and Switzerland Stefano Comini
Italy Monza Italy Roberto Colciago Switzerland Stefano Comini and Norway Stian Paulsen
Austria Salzburgring Hungary Attila Tassi Switzerland Stefano Comini and Denmark Jens Reno Møller
Hungary Hungaroring Denmark Jens Reno Møller Italy Giacomo Altoè and France Jean-Karl Vernay
Germany Oschersleben Slovakia Maťo Homola United Kingdom Daniel Lloyd and Italy Gianni Morbidelli
Thailand Buriram Not held
China Zhejiang China Zhendong Zhang United Kingdom Robert Huff and Italy Gianni Morbidelli
United Arab Emirates Dubai Not held

Championship standings

Drivers' championship

Pos. Driver RIM
Georgia (country)
BHR
Bahrain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SAL
Austria
HUN
Hungary
OSC
Germany
BUR
Thailand
ZHE
China
DUB
United Arab Emirates
 Pts. 
1 France Jean-Karl Vernay 64 3 3 4 44 1 4 5 17† DNS 32 7 Ret 3 44 5 22 12 32 15† 226
2 Hungary Attila Tassi 52 2 12 8 3 9 23 9 94 2 13 1 DSQ 11† 35 4 11 9 5 12 197
3 Switzerland Stefano Comini 3 Ret 8 9 11 3 8 1 3 3 12 10 6 5 7 3 13 Ret 7 1 196
4 Spain Pepe Oriola 7 1 6 7 9 Ret 3 8 53 Ret 54 2 18†5 Ret 21† Ret 53 5 14 Ret 164
5 Italy Roberto Colciago 45 12 14 5 20 13 12 2 12 1 45 5 14 Ret WD WD 7 8 Ret DNS 161
6 Italy Gianni Morbidelli 10 7 9 10 12 15 11 16 13 5 9 Ret 11 1 10 13 44 2 165 2 132
7 United Kingdom James Nash 13 5 7 2 11 8 12 4 6 6 7 9 4 Ret Ret2 7 9 3 4 11 129
8 Serbia Dušan Borković 9 4 4 1 16 11 9 Ret 12 Ret NC Ret Ret Ret 2 6 Ret DNS 8 8 118
9 United Kingdom Robert Huff 65 2 Ret DNS Ret 11 34 Ret 5 8 31 1 106
10 Belgium Frédéric Vervisch 52 6 51 3 10 Ret Ret 20† 10 6 11 14 6 Ret 11 4 84
11 Georgia (country) Davit Kajaia 11 6 Ret5 15† 18 7 16†4 7 7 11 11 Ret 16 9† 8 23† 8 Ret 9 10 77
12 Slovakia Maťo Homola 11 Ret 131 13 24 Ret 75 6 21 10 10 12 7 2 22†1 9 Ret Ret 12 Ret 76
13 Italy Giacomo Altoè 8 10 10 Ret 14 10 Ret 12 15 8 8 4 5 Ret 6 2 63
14 Hungary Norbert Michelisz 21 6 13 22† 59
15 United Kingdom Daniel Lloyd 11 7 6 Ret 23 4 9 11 Ret5 DNS Ret DNS 50
16 France Hugo Valente Ret 9 23 3 15 Ret 6 Ret 46
17 Hungary Ferenc Ficza 23 13† 11 6 13 14 10 10 WD WD 19 14 12 10 32
18 Belgium Benjamin Lessennes 23 5 31
19 United Kingdom Gordon Shedden 21 7 31
20 France Aurélien Panis 15† DNS 19 1 10 13 14 13 27
21 Denmark Jens Reno Møller 21 Ret 14 13 8 9 14 3 17† 8 25
22 Austria Thomas Jäger 45 4 25
23 United Kingdom Josh Files 6 3 23
24 Belgium Pierre-Yves Corthals 12 8 52 11 10 Ret 17† 14 19
25 Belgium Edouard Mondron 7 4 18
26 Germany Benjamin Leuchter 133 6 13
27 China Zhendong Zhang 14 7 10
28 United States Duncan Ende 14 11 15† 14 22 17 WD WD 18† Ret Ret Ret 13 7 13 15 17 11 10 14 9
29 Netherlands Jaap van Lagen Ret 11 82 Ret 8
30 Norway Stian Paulsen 23 Ret 13 Ret Ret Ret Ret 8 DSQ Ret 4
31 Netherlands Tom Coronel 8 Ret 4
32 France Rafael Galiana 15 10 4
33 Netherlands Danny Kroes 9 Ret 2
34 Thailand Kantadhee Kusiri 12 10 1
France Grégoire Demoustier 14 Ret 13 13 11 12† 0
Italy Michela Cerruti 14 12 0
Thailand Munkong Sathienthirakul 14 12 0
Italy Enrico Bettera 16 12 0
Belgium Guillaume Mondron 19 12 0
Italy Daniele Cappellari 15 15 0
Hungary Márk Jedlóczky 16 15 0
Thailand Chariya Nuya 15 16 0
Georgia (country) Shota Abkhazava 15 Ret 0
Hungary Dániel Nagy 15 DNS 0
Belgium Maxime Potty 17 16 0
Thailand Nattanid Leewattanavaragul 16 17 0
China Tengyi Jiang 16 Ret 0
France Aurélien Comte Ret 16 0
Hungary István Bernula DNS 16 0
Hungary Anett György 18 17 0
Serbia Milovan Vesnić Ret DNS 17 19† 0
Thailand Rattanin Leenutaphong 17 19 0
Belgium Denis Dupont Ret DNS Ret 17† 0
Hungary Csaba Tóth 20 18 0
Thailand Nattachak Hanjitkasen 18 20 0
Thailand Pasarit Promsombat 23† 18 0
Malaysia Douglas Khoo 20 21 0
Germany Luca Engstler Ret DNS 0
Italy Luigi Ferrara DNS DNS 0
Drivers ineligible to score points
Italy Gabriele Tarquini 1 6 15 9
Switzerland Alain Menu 12 4 Ret 5
Pos. Driver RIM
Georgia (country)
BHR
Bahrain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SAL
Austria
HUN
Hungary
OSC
Germany
BUR
Thailand
ZHE
China
DUB
United Arab Emirates
 Pts. 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

Teams' Championship

Pos. Team RIM
Georgia (country)
BHR
Bahrain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SAL
Austria
HUN
Hungary
OSC
Germany
BUR
Thailand
ZHE
China
DUB
United Arab Emirates
 Pts. 
1 Hungary M1RA 45 2 14 5 3 9 12 2 94 1 11 1 14 11† 13 2 7 8 5 3 439
52 12 12 8 20 13 23 9 12 2 23 5 DSQ DNS 35 4 11 9 6 12
2 Hong Kong Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing 7 1 23 2 9 8 3 4 53 6 54 2 2 4 9 7 53 3 1 11 377
13 5 6 3 11 Ret 6 8 6 7 6 9 4 DNS 21† 11 95 5 4 Ret
3 Luxembourg Leopard Racing Team WRT 64 3 3 4 44 1 4 5 17† DNS 32 7 34 3 44 5 21 1 2 7 375
65 2 Ret 11 Ret DNS Ret5 11 8 Ret 5 8 32 12 3 15
4 Belgium Comtoyou Racing 3 Ret 8 9 11 3 51 1 3 3 12 10 6 5 7 3 6 Ret 7 1 289
52 6 8 3 10 Ret Ret 20† 10 6 11 14 13 Ret 11 4
5 Sweden WestCoast Racing 8 7 9 10 12 10 11 12 13 5 8 4 11 1 10 10 44 2 13 2 201
10 10 10 Ret 13 15 Ret 16 15 8 9 Ret 5 DNS 12 13 15 10 16 6
6 Georgia (country) GE-Force 11 4 45 1 16 7 94 7 12 11 11 Ret 16 9 2 6 8 Ret 8 8 196
9 6 14 12 18 11 16† Ret 7 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 8 23† Ret DNS 9 10
7 Belgium DG Sport Compétition 11 8 51 11 10 Ret 75 6 21 10 10 12 7 2 141 9 Ret Ret 12 15 103
12 Ret 132 13 24 Ret 17† 14 14 Ret 13 13 11 12† 22† 12 Ret Ret
8 Belgium Boutsen Ginion Racing 23 5 15† DNS 19 1 10 13 14 13 64
8 Ret
9 Austria Zele Racing 23 13† 11 6 10 10 32
10 Denmark Reno Racing 21 Ret 14 13 8 9 14 3 18† 8 25
11 Germany Kissling Motorsport 45 4 25
12 Belgium Delahaye Racing 7 4 18
19 12
13 United States Icarus Motorsports 14 11 15† 14 22 17 WD WD 18† Ret Ret Ret 13 7 13 15 17 11 10 14 10
14 China ZZZ Team 14 7 10
16 Ret
15 Norway Stian Paulsen Racing 23 Ret 13 Ret Ret Ret Ret 8 DSQ DNS 6
16 Netherlands Ferry Monster Autosport 9 Ret 2
17 Hungary Zengő Motorsport 14 14 WD WD 15 14 12 10 1
18 17
Italy Pit Lane Competizioni 16 12 0
Italy CRC - Cappellari Reparto Corse 15 15 0
Hungary Unicorse Team 16 15 0
Thailand Billionaire Boys Racing 15 16 0
Belgium Michaël Mazuin Sport 17 16 0
Thailand Morin Racing Team 16 17 0
Hungary Botka Rally Team DNS 16 0
Serbia ASK Vesnić Ret DNS 17 19† 0
Thailand Yontrakit Racing Team 17 19 0
Thailand TBN MK Ihere Racing Team 18 20 0
Thailand RMI Racing Team by Sunoco 23† 18 0
Malaysia Viper Niza Racing 20 21 0
Germany Junior Team Engstler Ret DNS 0
Italy Top Run Motorsport DNS DNS 0
Teams ineligible to score points
Italy BRC Racing Team 1 4 15 5
12 6 Ret 9
Pos. Team RIM
Georgia (country)
BHR
Bahrain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SAL
Austria
HUN
Hungary
OSC
Germany
BUR
Thailand
ZHE
China
DUB
United Arab Emirates
 Pts. 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

Model of the year

Pos. Car RIM
Georgia (country)
BHR
Bahrain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SAL
Austria
HUN
Hungary
OSC
Germany
BUR
Thailand
ZHE
China
DUB
United Arab Emirates
 Pts. 
1 Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR 64 3 3 4 44 1 4 5 13 5 32 4 11 1 44 5 21 1 21 2 520
8 7 9 10 65 2 11 11 15 8 85 7 3 3 5 8 32 2 32 6
2 Honda Civic Type R TCR 42 2 14 5 23 5 12 2 84 1 11 1 14 8 13 1 75 8 5 3 515
55 12 12 8 3 9 23 9 9 2 23 3 15† 11† 35 2 10 9 6 12
3 SEAT León TCR 23 1 23 2 9 8 3 4 53 6 54 2 23 4 92 7 53 3 13 11 435
7 5 6 3 11 12 6 8 6 7 6 8 4 7 13 11 94 5 44 14
4 Audi RS 3 LMS TCR 3 Ret 8 9 11 3 51 1 3 3 12 10 6 5 7 3 6 7 7 1 320
52 6 8 3 10 12 17 19 10 6 11 14 13 Ret 12 4
5 Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR 11 4 45 1 16 7 94 7 12 11 11 15 16 9† 2 6 8 Ret 9 8 214
9 6 14 12 18 11 16† Ret 7 Ret 16 Ret Ret Ret 8 23† Ret DNS 10 10
6 Opel Astra TCR 11 8 51 11 10 Ret 75 6 21 4 10 12 7 2 141 9 Ret Ret 85 16 154
12 Ret 132 13 24 Ret 17† 14 45 10 13 13 11 12† 22 12 Ret Ret
7 Kia Cee'd TCR 12 10 3
Cars ineligible to score points
Hyundai i30 N TCR 1 4 15 5
12 6 Ret 9
Kia Cee'd TCR 19 14
DNS 16
Pos. Car RIM
Georgia (country)
BHR
Bahrain
SPA
Belgium
MNZ
Italy
SAL
Austria
HUN
Hungary
OSC
Germany
BUR
Thailand
ZHE
China
DUB
United Arab Emirates
 Pts. 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

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