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post Apr 30 2018, 04:51 AM
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Anul asta a inceput prima editie FIA WTCR din unirea a 2 competitii = WTCC + campionatul international de turisme ( care avea pana anul trecut 4 editii disputate )

Sunt 10 circuite, cate 3 curse, multe marci noi venite din a doua competitie, piloti buni, foarte interesant.

Ieri a fost etapa a doua in Ungaria:

https://www.fiawtcr.com/standings - clasamente piloti si echipe

Urmeaza Germania:

TCR Race of Germany - 10-12/05/2018

Germany’s WTCR host venue offers a challenge like no other with its daunting 25.378-kilometre lap, 64 heart-stopping corners and changeable Eifel mountains weather. Opening for business in 1927 and a German Grand Prix regular until Niki Lauda’s near-fatal accident in 1976, the Nürburgring Nordschleife joined the FIA World Touring Car Championship schedule from 2015-2017 as part of the ADAC Zurich 24h Rennen weekend. It delivered plenty of drama and several standout performances by José María López, a double winner in 2016 when drivers from the European Touring Car Cup joined their WTCC counterparts on track, albeit from a split grid.




The calendar

Subject to FIA World Motor Sport Council and national motorsport federation (ASN) approval, the inaugural WTCR calendar will visit 10 race tracks across four continents in 2018 for a total of 30 races. The provisional calendar is as follows:

Marrakech (Morocco): 7-8 April
Hungaroring (Hungary): 28-29 April
Nürburgring Nordschleife (Germany): 10-12 May
Zandvoort (Netherlands): 19-21 May
Vila Real (Portugal): 23-24 June
Termas de Río Hondo (Argentina): 4-5 August
Ningbo (China): 29-30 September
Suzuka (Japan): 27-28 October
Macau (Macau): 15-18 November

An additional event will be added on either 21-22 July or 6-7 October subject to approval.

The weekend format

In an exciting change to the WTCC race weekend format, each event will consist of three races – an increase from the previous two. One qualifying session and one race will take place on the opening day, with the second day more in keeping with the old WTCC set-up: namely a three-phase qualifying session and two races with the first race utilising a reverse grid.

Day one:

Free Practice 1 (30 minutes)
Free Practice 2 (30 minutes)
Qualifying (30 minutes),
Race 1 (top 10 classified finishers score points as follows: 27-20-17-14-12-10-8-6-4-2)

Day two:

Qualifying Q1 (25 minutes)
Qualifying Q2 (10 minutes)
Qualifying Q3 (top-five shootout)
Race 2 (top 10 positions reversed after Q2, top 10 classified finishers score points as follows: 25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1)
Race 3 (grid as per combined order after Q3, top 10 classified finishers score points as follows: 30-23-19-16-13-10-7-4-2-1)


A maximum of 26 entries will be accepted with priority given to teams from the TCR International Series, which will cease to run, and to teams that previously competed in the WTCC. Two further wildcard entries will be permitted at each event at the discretion of EEL and the FIA. Entries can be lodged with the FIA until 30 January.


Regulated by the FIA and backed up by an experienced race management team, WTCR events will be run to the highest organisational standards possible.


Licensed by WSC to EEL/FIA as the FIA WTCR regulations, the TCR (Touring Car Racing) technical regulations will be frozen until the end of 2019. Only TCR cars homologated by WSC and assigned with the FIA WTCR passport issued by the FIA will be eligible. The FIA and TCR technical departments will determine the balance of performance (BOP) at each event, while success ballast will be allocated per driver. The FIA will be responsible for technical management in consultation with TCR representatives.

TCR technical regulations in short

The TCR technical regulations cater for front-wheel-drive, four/five-door saloons or hatchbacks using turbocharged production engines with a capacity of between 1750-2000cc and with a maximum power output of 350bhp. No fewer than 19 TCR-based championships or series exist around the world while several manufacturers have, or are in the process, of homologating TCR cars including Alfa Romeo, Audi, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, KIA, LADA, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, SEAT, Subaru and Volkswagen. To date, more than 600 TCR racing cars have been built and sold to customer teams.


WTCR promoter Eurosport Events will provide a level of promotional resource similar to that enjoyed by the WTCC to ensure that WTCR benefits from live coverage on Eurosport and more than 50 networks around the world, the expertise of Eurosport Events’ promotional and marketing personnel and a comprehensive social media campaign.

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