TouringCars.Net quiz of the year 2019

How much do you remember about the 2019 touring car season? Take TouringCars.Net’s annual end of season quiz to test your knowledge of the past year of racing in the BTCC, WTCR, DTM, TCR Europe and TCR Germany Series.

These questions will test your knowledge to the limit – see if you can get them all correct and let us know if you do!

Top tip – you can find all of the answers on TouringCars.Net in some form or another with enough digging, although we encourage you to answer based on memory alone.

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Norbert Michelisz claimed his maiden World Touring Car title in 2019, but the Hungarian didn’t lead the points until after the 20th race of the season. Who led the championship for most races until that stage?
Norbert Michelisz
Photo: Florent Gooden / DPPI
Yvan Muller
Esteban Guerrieri
Thed Björk
Néstor Girolami

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Who became the newest member of the BTCC race wins club in 2019?
BTCC race start at Thruxton
Photo: PSP Images
Jake Hill
Rory Butcher
Josh Cook
Chris Smiley

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Jake Hill had what would have been his first race win taken from him at Oulton Park with a post-race 20-second penalty, but what was the reason?
Photo: PSP Images
He made contact with Stephen Jelley
His car was underweight
The car was not on the ground at the three-minute board
He made contact with Matt Neal

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The battle for the TCR Europe title went to the wire in the season finale at Monza, but which driver scored the most wins during the season?
TCR Europe race start
Photo: TCR Media
Gilles Magnus
Josh Files
Julien Briché
Dušan Borković

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Which of these WTCR wildcard entries scored the best result during the 2019 season?
WTCR race two start Nordschleife
Photo: WTCR / DPPI
João Paulo Lima De Oliveira
Luca Engstler
Antti Buri
Mitchell Cheah Min Jie

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The TCR Balance of Performance [BoP] once again became a hot topic at times during the 2019 season. What happened at the Zandvoort WTCR weekend which was a hot talking point in the paddock?
WTCR race start at Zandvoort
Photo: Florent Gooden / DPPI
The Hyundais were given a BoP change half-way through the weekend
The Lynk & Co cars had their BoP reverted to its original values after qualifying at the front
The Hondas had their engine power turned down to 97.5% after Esteban Guerrieri won
The BoP technicians made an error which had to be fixed for the next event

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Why did Jamie Green miss the third DTM event of the season at Misano?
Jamie Green
Photo: Audi AG
He developed appendicitis
He was suffering from a heavy cold
His wife was giving birth to their third child
He was banned following an incident at Zolder

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Who was the youngest race winner in the BTCC in 2019?
BTCC start at Oulton Park
Photo: PSP Images
Josh Cook
Tom Ingram
Jake Hill
Jack Goff

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Dušan Borković was banned from competing in the TCR Europe series after the event at the Red Bull Ring when he remonstrated with team personnel at M Racing and displayed ‘inadmissible behaviour’. What did the Serbian do next?
Dušan Borković
Photo: TCR Media
He moved to a national TCR series
Nothing – he stopped competing
He moved into regional politics
He became the first Serbian winner of Rally Serbia for 27 years

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Who won from the lowest grid position in the BTCC in 2019?
BTCC pack racing
Photo: BTCC Media
Jack Goff
Dan Cammish
Andrew Jordan
Rory Butcher

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Why was Nicky Catsburg disqualified from the WTCR season finale in Malaysia?
Nicky Catsburg
Photo: Florent Gooden / DPPI
He received his fifth infraction of the season in the first race
He made contact with title contender Yvan Muller in race two
He was running an illegal front splitter on his car
His car had disrespected the maximum boost pressure permissible under the BoP regulations

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How many top ten finishes did the new Aston Martin DTM cars score during the first campaign for the marque?
Photo: R-Motorsports
5
12
17
29

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Who won the TCR Germany title in 2019?
TCR Germany race start at the Sachsenring
Photo: ADAC / Gruppe C
Harald Proczyk
Antti Buri
Mike Halder
Max Hesse

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Which manufacturer won the most BTCC races in 2019?
Photo: PSP Images
Honda
BMW
Toyota
Subaru

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Andrew Jordan and Colin Turkington shared the honour of leading the most laps (87) in the 2019 BTCC, but who came third in the laps led standings?
Colin Turkington
Photo: PSP Images
Josh Cook
Tom Ingram
Jake Hill
Rory Butcher

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