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DG Sport Compétition

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Belgium DG Sport Compétition
DGSport Competition Logo.jpg
Founded2013
Team principal(s)Christian Jupsin
Current seriesWorld Touring Car Cup
Belgian Rally Championship
Former seriesEuropean Rally Championship
TCR International Series
TCR Benelux Series
Noted driversWTCR
7. France Aurélien Comte
70. Slovakia Maťo Homola
Drivers'
Championships
2016 (Pierre-Yves Corthals)
2017 (Aurélien Comte)
Websitehttp://www.dgsportcompetition.eu/
DG Sport
TypeSprl
IndustryAutomotive industry
FoundedApril 3, 2008; 12 years ago (2008-04-03) in Theux, Liège, Belgium
FoundersLouis-Philippe Guyot
Christian Jupsin
Graziella Sablone
HeadquartersAvenue du Stade 27,
Theux
,
Belgium
Increase € 30.633[1] (2015)
Increase € 20.968 (2015)
Total assetsDecrease € 1.115.719 (2015)
Total equitySteady € 25.000 (2015)
OwnersFlorian Jupsin
Benjamin Bourguignon
Carolane Jupsin
Number of employees
Increase 4 (2015)

DG Sport Compétition is a Belgian auto racing team based in Theux, Belgium. The team has raced in the TCR International Series, since 2017.[2] The also races in the TCR Benelux Touring Car Championship and Belgian Rally Championship. Having previously rallied in the European Rally Championship.

TCR Benelux Touring Car Championship

Having first entered the championship in 2016, running a single Opel Astra TCR. The team finished second in the drivers championship with drivers Pierre-Yves Corthals and Frédéric Caprasse, as well as finishing third in the teams' championship. The team took six victories and seventeen podium finishes. They returned in 2017 running an Opel Astra TCR for Maťo Homola and 2016 driver Frédéric Caprasse and a Peugeot 308 Racing Cup for Aurélien Comte and Kevin Abbring.[3][4][5]

TCR International Series

Opel Astra TCR (2017)

After having raced in the TCR Benelux Touring Car Championship, the team entered the 2017 TCR International Series with 2016 TCR Trophy Europe champion Pierre-Yves Corthals and Maťo Homola driving an Opel Astra TCR each.[2][6] Homola took the team's first pole position in the series, in the second round held in Bahrain, with Corthals qualifying in second position.[7][8]

World Touring Car Cup

Peugeot 308 TCR

The team entered the 2018 World Touring Car Cup with two Peugeot 308 TCR cars for 2017 TCR Trophy Europe winner Aurélien Comte and Maťo Homola.[9] Comte scored the only win for the team in the second race at the Circuit Zandvoort.

References

  1. ^ "DG Sport". Balanscentrale. Retrieved 5 May 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Pierre-Yves Corthals set to race Opel Astra in TCR International Series". TouringCarTimes.com. 31 January 2017. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  3. ^ "TCR Benelux entry list confirmed ahead of Spa opener". TouringCarTimes. 19 April 2017. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  4. ^ Casillo, Pietro (20 April 2017). "WRC driver Kevin Abbring to make touring car debut at Spa-Francorchamps". TouringCarTimes. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  5. ^ "Mat'o Homola and Fred Caprasse to race a DG Opel this weekend at Spa". TouringCarTimes.com. 20 April 2017. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  6. ^ "Corthals and Homola in DG Sport's Opel Astra cars". tcr-series.com. 23 March 2017. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  7. ^ "Mat'o Homola takes Bahrain pole position, will start last due to penalty". TouringCarTimes. 15 April 2017. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  8. ^ "Homola is fastest, but Corthals inherits pole". tcr-series.com. 15 April 2017. Retrieved 23 April 2017.
  9. ^ Abbott, Andrew (2018-03-13). "DG Sport confirm Aurélien Comte in Peugeot 308 TCR in 2018 » TouringCars.Net". TouringCars.Net. Retrieved 2019-01-19.

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