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TCR Europe Touring Car Series

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TCR Europe Touring Car Series
CategoryTouring cars
CountryEurope
Inaugural season2016
Tyre suppliersYokohama
Drivers' championUnited Kingdom Josh Files
Official websitehttps://europe.tcr-series.com/
Motorsport current event.svg
Current season

The TCR Europe Touring Car Series is an annual touring car racing event that is held at various locations across Europe.

On 15 October 2015, Marcello Lotti revealed plans for a European Series including one round from each TCR European championship (Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Russia and Benelux), starting from 2016.[1] On 26 February 2016, the European Trophy was launched, with six rounds (Spanish championship was excluded for not having an own series and Benelux series had two rounds).[2] Subsequent change was made during the course of the season to include additional round from the German series.

For the 2017 edition was adopted the one-off event format with two races. For 2018 it was upgraded to TCR Europe Series with 7 events, five of which would support International GT Open.For the following year the Series continued to have 7 events all over Europe with circa 30 cars and always supporting the International GT Open. Due to COVID-19 pandemic the starting of 2020 season has been postponed to the end of August and supporting SRO Organization with a starting grid of 25 cars. [3]

Champions

Year Champion (Car) 2nd (Car) 3rd (Car) Team Champions (Car)
2016 Belgium Pierre-Yves Corthals
Opel
Opel Astra
Belgium Frédéric Caprasse
Opel
Opel Astra
Finland Antti Buri
Audi
Audi RS 3 LMS
2017 France Aurélien Comte Peugeot 308 Italy Giacomo Altoè
VW
VW Golf GTI
United Kingdom Josh Files
Honda
Honda Civic
Italy Target Competition
Honda
Honda Civic
2018 Spain Mikel Azcona
SEAT
SEAT Leon
France Jean-Karl Vernay
Audi
Audi RS 3 LMS
Serbia Dušan Borković
Hyundai
Hyundai i30 N
Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG
Honda
Honda Civic Type R
2019 United Kingdom Josh Files
Hyundai
Hyundai i30 N
France Julien Briché Peugeot 308 Uruguay Santiago Urrutia
Audi
Audi RS 3 LMS
Italy Target Competition
Hyundai
Hyundai i30 N
2020 Morocco Mehdi Bennani
Audi
Audi RS 3 LMS
France John Filippi
Hyundai
Hyundai i30 N
Belgium Nicolas Baert
Audi
Audi RS 3 LMS
Belgium Comtoyou Racing
Audi
Audi RS 3 LMS

References

  1. ^ "TCR Europe plans revealed". TouringCarTimes.com. Mediaempire Stockholm AB. 15 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Six rounds to form the TCR Trophy Europe". tcr-series.com. 26 February 2016.
  3. ^ "TCR Europe Trophy to become Series in 2018 - TouringCarTimes". TouringCarTimes. 2017-11-23. Retrieved 2018-01-20.

External links

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