New dates for Zandvoort and Oschersleben in revised TCR Germany calendar

Two additional changes to the 2020 ADAC TCR Germany calendar have been confirmed, with the events at Zandvoort and Oschersleben moving from August to November.

The revised TCR Germany calendar was already published in its first version in early April, seeing the start of the season pushed back to the first weekend in August at either Most or the Lausitzring, with the latter now confirmed as the venue.

TCR Germany has never previously raced on the Lausitzring, whilst the event at Most in Czechia, which had been on the calendar for the past two seasons, has now been removed from the calendar.

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The second event of the revised season remains unchanged at the Nürburgring from 14 – 16 August.

With Zandvoorts date change, there is now a month between the second and third events, when the series moves to Hockenheim in mid-September.

The next two events at the Sachsenring and Red Bull Ring in October remain unchanged.

Zandvoort in The Netherlands gets a date as the penultimate event of the year from 30 October to 1 November, whilst the season will conclude at Oschersleben one week later from 6 to 8 November.

The date changes were necessitated due to an event ban until the end of August in The Netherlands in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ADAC TCR Germany 2020 revised calendar

31.07. – 02.08.2020 Lausitzring
14.08. – 16.08.2020 Nürburgring
18.09. – 20.09.2020 Hockenheim
02.10. – 04.10.2020 Sachsenring
16.10. – 18.10.2020 Red Bull Ring
30.10. – 01.11.2020 Circuit Zandvoort
06.11. – 08.11.2020 Motorsport Arena Oschersleben

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