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2020 World Touring Car Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 World Touring Car Cup
Drivers' Champion:
Yann Ehrlacher
Teams' Champion:
Cyan Racing Lynk & Co
Previous: 2019 Next: 2021

The 2020 World Touring Car Cup was the third season of the World Touring Car Cup and 16th overall of the series, which dates back to the 2005 World Touring Car Championship.

The drivers' championship was won by Yann Ehrlacher. The teams' championship was won by Cyan Racing Lynk & Co.

Teams and drivers

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds Ref.
Italy BRC Hyundai N Lukoil Squadra Corse Hyundai i30 N TCR 1 Hungary Norbert Michelisz 1, 3–6 [1]
30 Italy Gabriele Tarquini 1, 3–6 [1]
Switzerland Vuković Motorsport Renault Mégane R.S. TCR 7 United Kingdom Jack Young R T 1–2 [2]
34 France Aurélien Comte T 3–6 [3]
Germany Hyundai N Liqui Moly Racing Team Engstler Hyundai i30 N TCR 8 Germany Luca Engstler R 1, 3–6 [1]
27 Malaysia Mitchell Cheah R 6 [4]
40 United Kingdom Josh Files 5 [5]
88 Netherlands Nicky Catsburg 1, 3 [1]
97 Austria Nico Gruber R 4 [6]
Germany ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8) 9 Hungary Attila Tassi All [7][8]
18 Portugal Tiago Monteiro All [7][8]
Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport 29 Argentina Néstor Girolami All [7][8]
86 Argentina Esteban Guerrieri All [7][8]
Sweden Cyan Performance Lynk & Co Lynk & Co 03 TCR 11 Sweden Thed Björk All [9]
12 Uruguay Santiago Urrutia All [10]
Sweden Cyan Racing Lynk & Co 68 France Yann Ehrlacher All [11]
100 France Yvan Muller All [11]
Belgium Comtoyou Racing Audi RS 3 LMS TCR 16 Belgium Gilles Magnus R T All [12]
Belgium  Audi Sport Team Comtoyou DHL 17 France Nathanaël Berthon T All [13]
31 Netherlands Tom Coronel T All [14]
Hungary Zengő Motorsport Services KFT CUPRA León Competición TCR 55 Hungary Bence Boldizs R T All [15]
96 Spain Mikel Azcona All [16]
99 Hungary Gábor Kismarty-Lechner T All [16]
Italy Team Mulsanne Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce TCR 69 France Jean-Karl Vernay T All [17][18]
Wildcard entries
Belgium Comtoyou Racing Audi RS 3 LMS TCR 15 Belgium Nicolas Baert 5 [19]
Czech Republic Vexta Domy CUPRA León Competición TCR 22 Czech Republic Petr Fulín 3 [20]
Italy Team Mulsanne Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce TCR 25 Italy Luca Filippi 1, 3–4, 6 [21]
Italy Target Competition Hyundai i30 N TCR 28 Argentina José Manuel Sapag 4, 6 [22][23]
Switzerland Vuković Motorsport Renault Mégane R.S. TCR 33 Australia Dylan O'Keeffe 1 [24]
Icon Class
R Eligible for FIA Rookie award
T Eligible for WTCR Trophy

Summary

JAS Motorsport and Honda Racing retained their 2019 drivers – Attila Tassi, Tiago Monteiro, Néstor Girolami and Esteban Guerrieri – for the 2020 season. On 5 March it was announced that all four drivers would compete for Münnich Motorsport, which would expand from two cars last season. To meet series regulations the team was split into two entities – ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport and ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport – with driver pairings yet to be confirmed. On 2 June it was announced that Attila Tassi and Tiago Monteiro would join the ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport with Néstor Girolami and Esteban Guerrieri remaining at the ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport.[7][25][8]

Volkswagen Motorsport announced that it would cease manufacturer support for the Golf GTI TCR along with all petrol-powered motorsport programmes, though the Golf GTI TCR would still be available to private teams. This announcement came along with the shift of the brand's policy towards electric racing.[26] Sébastien Loeb Racing, which had run four Golf GTI TCR cars during the 2019 season, announced on 31 January 2020 that it would leave the series.[27]

Audi opted not to introduce a successor to the RS 3 LMS for 2020, while also ending their manufacturer support in the series, though the RS 3 LMS would still be available to private teams. Days before the announcement, W Racing Team, competing under the Audi Sport Team Leopard Racing banner, announced that it would cease participation in the series after the 2019 season to focus on their racing programmes in GT racing and the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters.[28][29]

Tom Coronel remained with Comtoyou Racing, but switched from the Cupra León TCR to the Audi RS 3 LMS TCR. Nathanaël Berthon returned to the WTCR driving for Comtoyou Racing.[14][13]

Cyan Racing committed to run four Lynk & Co 03 TCR cars for the season. On 26 March Yann Ehrlacher and Yvan Muller were confirmed as drivers for Cyan Racing Lynk & Co.[30][11]

Hyundai was again represented by four Hyundai i30 N TCR entries. BRC Racing Team scaled down to two cars after fielding all four entries last year, and entered under the BRC Hyundai N Lukoil Squadra Corse banner with reigning champion Norbert Michelisz and Gabriele Tarquini. Engstler Motorsport returned to the series for the first time since the 2014 season (back when it was called the World Touring Car Championship) fielding the remaining two Hyundai cars under the Engstler Hyundai N Liqui Moly Racing Team name for Luca Engstler —who made his full-season début after entering once as a wildcard entry for the 2019 season as well as being replacement for Augusto Farfus at the Macau race weekend last year— and Nicky Catsburg. With these changes, Farfus left the team.[1]

SEAT Cupra announced on 3 April 2020 that they would not offer manufacturer support to any team in the 2020 Championship, though the new León Competición TCR would still be available to private teams.[31] On 14 May 2020, it was announced that the Cupra Leon Competición TCR would compete in the championship, with teams and drivers yet to be named.[32] On 30 May 2020, it was announced that Zengő Motorsport would return to the WTCR, running two new León Competición TCR cars, for Bence Boldizs and a yet-to-be-named driver.[15] It was announced on 28 August that he would be joined by Mikel Azcona and Gábor Kismarty-Lechner in a three-car lineup.[16]

Jean-Karl Vernay switched from W Racing Team to Team Mulsanne, which run a single Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce TCR.[18]

Vuković Motorsport joined the grid running a single Renault Mégane R.S. TCR for Jack Young.[2] Aurélien Comte later replaced Young from the Slovakia Race onwards, thereby switching from DG Sport Compétition to Vuković Motorsport.[3]

Calendar

A provisional calendar was released on 5 December 2019.[33]

The 2020 championship was contested over 16 races in six rounds in Europe.[34] The season was originally planned to be contested over 20 races in 10 rounds, but this changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[35]

Round Race Race Name Circuit Date Supporting
1 1 Race of Belgium Belgium Circuit Zolder 12 September TCR Europe Touring Car Series
Cup & Tourenwagen Trophy
Dutch Truck Racing Championship
2 13 September
2 3 Race of Germany Germany Nürburgring Nordschleife 24 September 24 Hours Nürburgring
ADAC Formula 4 Championship
4 25 September
3 5 Race of Slovakia Slovakia Automotodróm Slovakia Ring 10 October FIA Swift Cup Europe
Inter Cars Mazda MX-5 Cup
6 11 October
7
4 8 Race of Hungary Hungary Hungaroring 17 October FIA European Truck Racing Championship
9 18 October
10
5 11 Race of Spain Spain Ciudad del Motor de Aragón 31 October F4 Spanish Championship
Renault Clio Cup Spain
12 1 November
13
6 14 Race of Aragon 14 November Pure ETCR (presentation event)
15 15 November
16
Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Race Race name Circuit Original date Original supporting Notes
Race of Morocco Morocco Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan 5 April
Race of Portugal Portugal Circuito Internacional de Vila Real 21 June
Race of China China Ningbo International Circuit 6 September
Race of Austria Austria Salzburgring 12 September
Race of Korea South Korea Inje Speedium 18 October Pure ETCR (demo event)
Race of Italy Italy Adria International Raceway 15 November
2020 Guia Race of Macau Macau Guia Circuit, Macau 22 November 2020 F3 Macau Grand Prix The 2020 edition was instead held as part of the 2020 China TCR championship, supporting the 2020 China F4 championship Macau GP
Race of Malaysia Malaysia Sepang International Circuit, Sepang 13 December

Rule changes

Technical changes

  • Compensation weight was measured differently compared to the previous season with now only the qualifying laps counted. Previously a combination of both the qualifying and race laps was used to determine the compensation weight. The change came to avoid teams instructing drivers to set slower race laps. The Balance of Performance parameters for the cars remains unaffected.[36]
  • Goodyear became the series' tyre supplier, replacing Yokohama after a fourteen-year tenure as Yokohama elected to concentrate on developing tyres for the Super Formula and Super GT championships. Teams had a set of 18 new tyres for the opening round of the season, with the number being decreased to 12 for the remaining rounds.[37][38]

Sporting changes

  • For the first time since the 2010 World Touring Car Championship, a rookie category was introduced in the series. Drivers under the age of 23 were eligible as long as they had not raced in more than three race weekends in the series prior to this season.[36]
  • The three-race schedule that had been in use for the previous two seasons, was cut down to two, citing cost-cutting measures, reducing the number of races from thirty to twenty. As a result, only a single qualifying session would be held. The race length for Race 2 would be three laps longer than Race 1 as a direct result of the reduced number of events.[38] After just two rounds the series reverted to the three race format from the Race of Slovakia onwards.
  • Teams running two cars were restricted to 12-man personnel with three-car teams allowed 18-man personnel. The number of personnel working on the cars, wearing designated armbands, was restricted to ten. In light of the economical situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, teams were allowed to enter just one car for the 2020 season, though they would not be eligible to score points in the teams' championship.[38][39]
  • The WTCR Trophy was introduced for the 2020 season. Drivers who did not have financial support from customer racing department and haven't won the championship in either WTCR or its predecessor —the World Touring Car Championship— were allowed to score points in the WTCR Trophy.[40]

Results

Race Race Name Pole Position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Rookie Winner WTCR Trophy Winner Report
1 Belgium Race of Belgium Argentina Néstor Girolami Argentina Néstor Girolami Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport Belgium Gilles Magnus Netherlands Tom Coronel Report
2 France Nathanaël Berthon France Nathanaël Berthon France Yann Ehrlacher Sweden Cyan Racing Lynk & Co Belgium Gilles Magnus Belgium Gilles Magnus
3 Germany Race of Germany France Yann Ehrlacher Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport Belgium Gilles Magnus Netherlands Tom Coronel Report
4 Argentina Néstor Girolami France Yann Ehrlacher France Yann Ehrlacher Sweden Cyan Racing Lynk & Co Hungary Bence Boldizs France Jean-Karl Vernay
5 Slovakia Race of Slovakia France Nathanaël Berthon Sweden Thed Björk France Nathanaël Berthon Belgium Comtoyou DHL Team Audi Sport Belgium Gilles Magnus France Nathanaël Berthon Report
6 Spain Mikel Azcona Netherlands Tom Coronel Belgium Comtoyou DHL Team Audi Sport Belgium Gilles Magnus Netherlands Tom Coronel
7 France Nathanaël Berthon Netherlands Nicky Catsburg Netherlands Nicky Catsburg Germany Engstler Hyundai N Liqui Moly Racing Team Belgium Gilles Magnus France Jean-Karl Vernay
8 Hungary Race of Hungary Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Hungary Norbert Michelisz Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport Germany Luca Engstler France Jean-Karl Vernay Report
9 Hungary Norbert Michelisz France Yann Ehrlacher Sweden Cyan Racing Lynk & Co Hungary Bence Boldizs France Jean-Karl Vernay
10 Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Portugal Tiago Monteiro Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport Belgium Gilles Magnus France Jean-Karl Vernay
11 Spain Race of Spain Hungary Norbert Michelisz Belgium Gilles Magnus France Jean-Karl Vernay Italy Team Mulsanne Belgium Gilles Magnus France Jean-Karl Vernay Report
12 France Nathanaël Berthon Spain Mikel Azcona Hungary Zengő Motorsport Services KFT Belgium Gilles Magnus France Nathanaël Berthon
13 Belgium Gilles Magnus Sweden Thed Björk Sweden Thed Björk Sweden Cyan Performance Lynk & Co Belgium Gilles Magnus France Nathanaël Berthon
14 Spain Race of Aragon Uruguay Santiago Urrutia Spain Mikel Azcona Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport Belgium Gilles Magnus Belgium Gilles Magnus Report
15 France Yvan Muller France Yvan Muller Sweden Cyan Racing Lynk & Co Belgium Gilles Magnus France Jean-Karl Vernay
16 Uruguay Santiago Urrutia Uruguay Santiago Urrutia Uruguay Santiago Urrutia Sweden Cyan Performance Lynk & Co Belgium Gilles Magnus France Jean-Karl Vernay

Championship standings

Scoring system
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th 
Qualifying 1 & 3 5 4 3 2 1 N/A
Race 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Scoring system for WTCR Trophy
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   FL 
Qualifying 1 1 N/A
Race 10 8 5 3 1 1

Drivers' championship

Pos. Driver BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
 Pts. 
1 France Yann Ehrlacher 71 12 3 12 9 7 11 23 1 8 11 6 12 65 6 22 234
2 France Yvan Muller 84 25 2 7 14 8 13 4 2 9 7 2 14 74 1 4 195
3 France Jean-Karl Vernay 5 7 9 6 33 14 4 9 3 5 13 Ret 65 82 2 35 194
4 Argentina Esteban Guerrieri Ret 13 1 5 4 3 7 11 7 11 13 10 9 1 Ret 18 188
5 Belgium Gilles Magnus 103 43 7 Ret 74 2 35 15 10 14 32 8 51 3 4 9 172
6 Uruguay Santiago Urrutia 6 34 Ret 10 15 15 8 7 4 Ret 2 3 23 91 NC 11 169
7 Spain Mikel Azcona 16 11 Ret 4 8 4 5 62 Ret 45 45 1 7 53 3 5 168
8 France Nathanaël Berthon 9 141 12 12 11 Ret 21 12 11 11 12 4 44 4 NC 83 148
9 Sweden Thed Björk 22 Ret 4 24 19 16 15 10 12 12 Ret 7 12 11 7 64 142
10 Argentina Néstor Girolami 1 5 6 111 5 18 DNS 3 Ret 34 10 11 Ret 2 Ret DNS 137
11 Netherlands Tom Coronel 45 6 5 85 6 1 64 11 17 13 19† Ret 8 12 15 15 117
12 Hungary Attila Tassi 3 20 Ret 33 11 Ret DNS 55 8 62 17 13 Ret 10 8 10 100
13 Hungary Norbert Michelisz 11 8 DNP DNP 10 6 102 21 5 10 61 15 16 16 5 7 93
14 Italy Gabriele Tarquini 15 15 DNP DNP 25 Ret Ret NC 18 7 54 5 3 15 Ret 13 79
15 Portugal Tiago Monteiro Ret 19 8 9 13 9 17† 144 9 23 14 12 Ret 20† 10 11 79
16 Germany Luca Engstler 12 10 DNP DNP NC 10 9 8 Ret 16 8 9 Ret 13 11 14 59
17 Netherlands Nicky Catsburg 14 9 DNP DNP 172 5 13 53
18 Hungary Bence Boldizs 17 17 10 13 21† 13 NC 16 6 17 9 DNS 15 17 Ret 16 35
19 France Aurélien Comte 16 12 12 17 19† 19 Ret NC Ret 14 12 17 17
20 Hungary Gábor Kismarty-Lechner 19 18 11 14 20 17 16 19 16 21 18 17† 13 Ret 14 19 17
21 United Kingdom Josh Files 16 14 10 9
22 Malaysia Mitchell Cheah 18 13 20† 4
23 Austria Nico Gruber 18 14 20 3
24 United Kingdom Jack Young 20† 21† Ret DNS 0
Wildcard entries ineligible for points
Italy Luca Filippi 18 16 12 Ret Ret 13 13 15 Ret 9 12
Czech Republic Petr Fulín 18 11 14
Belgium Nicolas Baert 15 16 11
Australia Dylan O'Keeffe 13 12
Argentina José Manuel Sapag 20 15 18 19 Ret DNS
Pos. Driver BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
 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)

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

Teams' championship

Pos. Team No. BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
Pts.
1 Sweden Cyan Racing Lynk & Co 68 71 12 3 12 9 7 11 23 1 8 11 6 12 65 6 22 429
100 84 25 2 7 14 8 13 4 2 9 7 2 14 74 1 4
2 Germany ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport 29 1 5 6 111 5 18 DNS 3 Ret 34 10 11 Ret 2 Ret DNS 325
86 Ret 13 1 5 4 3 7 11 7 11 13 10 9 1 Ret 18
3 Sweden Cyan Performance Lynk & Co 11 22 Ret 4 24 19 16 15 10 12 12 Ret 7 12 11 7 64 311
12 6 34 Ret 10 15 15 8 7 4 Ret 2 3 23 91 NC 11
4 Belgium Comtoyou DHL Team Audi Sport 17 9 141 12 12 11 Ret 21 12 11 11 12 4 44 4 NC 83 265
31 45 6 5 85 6 1 64 11 17 13 19† Ret 8 12 15 15
5 Hungary Zengő Motorsport Services KFT 55[N 1] 17 17 10 13 21† 13 NC 16 6 17 9 DNS 15 17 Ret 16 185
96 16 11 Ret 4 8 4 5 62 Ret 45 45 1 7 53 3 5
99 19 18 11 14 20 17 16 19 16 21 18 17† 13 Ret 14 19
6 Germany ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport 9 3 20 Ret 33 11 Ret DNS 55 8 62 17 13 Ret 10 8 10 179
18 Ret 19 8 9 13 9 17† 144 9 23 14 12 Ret 20† 10 11
7 Italy BRC Hyundai N Lukoil Squadra Corse 1 11 8 DNP DNP 10 6 102 21 5 10 61 15 16 16 5 7 172
30 15 15 DNP DNP 25 Ret Ret NC 18 7 54 5 3 15 Ret 13
8 Germany Engstler Hyundai N Liqui Moly Racing Team 8 12 10 DNP DNP NC 10 9 8 Ret 16 8 9 Ret 13 11 14 128
27 18 13 20†
40 16 14 10
88 14 9 DNP DNP 172 5 13
97 18 14 20
Single Car & Wildcard entries ineligible to score points
Italy Team Mulsanne 25 18 16 12 Ret Ret 13 13 15 Ret 9 12
69 5 7 9 6 33 14 4 9 3 5 13 Ret 65 82 2 35
Belgium Comtoyou Racing 15 15 16 11
16 103 43 7 Ret 74 2 35 15 10 14 32 8 51 3 4 9
Czech Republic Vexta Domy 22 18 11 14
Switzerland Vuković Motorsport 7 20† 21† Ret DNS
33 13 12
34 16 12 12 17 19† 19 Ret NC Ret 14 12 17
Italy Target Competition 28 20 15 18 19 Ret DNS
Pos. Team No. BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
 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)

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

Rookies' championship

Pos. Driver BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
Pts.
1 Belgium Gilles Magnus 101 41 7 Ret1 71 2 31 15 10 14 31 8 51 31 4 9 410
2 Germany Luca Engstler 122 10 DNP DNP NC3 10 9 82 Ret 16 82 9 Ret 133 11 14 243
3 Hungary Bence Boldizs 174 17 10 13 21†2 13 NC 161 6 17 93 DNS 15 172 Ret 16 236
4 Austria Nico Gruber 183 14 20 45
5 Malaysia Mitchell Cheah 184 13 20† 31
6 United Kingdom Jack Young 20†3 21† Ret DNS2 11
Pos. Driver BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
Pts.

WTCR Trophy

Eligible for drivers racing without manufacturer support.[41]

Pos. Driver BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
Pts.
1 France Jean-Karl Vernay 5 7 9 6 3 14 4 91 3 5 1 Ret 6 81 2 3 121
2 Belgium Gilles Magnus 101 4 7 Ret 7 2 3 15 10 14 31 8 5 3 4 9 101
3 France Nathanaël Berthon 9 14 12 12 11 Ret 2 12 11 11 12 4 4 4 NC 8 94
4 Netherlands Tom Coronel 4 6 5 81 6 1 6 11 17 13 19† Ret 8 12 15 15 80
5 Hungary Bence Boldizs 17 17 10 13 21† 13 NC 16 6 17 9 DNS 15 17 Ret 16 28
6 France Aurélien Comte 16 12 12 17 19† 19 Ret NC Ret 14 12 17 13
7 Hungary Gábor Kismarty-Lechner 19 18 11 14 20 17 16 19 16 21 18† 17† 13 Ret 14 19 8
8 United Kingdom Jack Young 20† 21† Ret DNS 0
Pos. Driver BEL
Belgium
GER
Germany
SVK
Slovakia
HUN
Hungary
ESP
Spain
ARA
Spain
Pts.

Notes

  1. ^ Bence Boldizs was ineligible to score points for the teams' championship.

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