Provisional Balance of Performance figures published for 2020

WSC Group, which oversees all global TCR series, has published the provisional Balance of Performance [BoP] figures for the 2020 season, with the results remaining provisional until tests and checks are completed.

The details were published by the WSC Group technical department, following pre-season testing.

However, the Bulletin #3 which comes into force from this weekend remains provisional, pending the tests and checks to assess the initial BoP for the season.

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With the tests and checks taking place in Italy, which is currently under lockdown due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, the results are provisional for the time being.

The main differences from the previous BoP, issued at the end of October 2019, are that the Audi RS3 LMS sequential gearbox has been granted a weight break of 10 kg, whilst the Hyundai i30 N and the Hyundai Veloster N have both been handed an additional 20 kg of BoP weight after recent success in TCR America and TCR Malaysia.

The maximum boost pressure for the Hyundai cars was also slightly adjusted.

TCR Balance of Performance 12 March 2020
Graphic: TouringCars.Net

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