2018 TCR Europe champion Mikel Azcona will return to the grid for this weekend’s races at spa-Francorchamps, where the Spaniard will race a CUPRA TCR run by Volcano Motorsport.
Azcona won the first full season of TCR Europe in 2018 with a consistent season in which he scored just one win but was on the podium five times and in the top ten in all but one race.
The 24-year-old then graduated to the FIA World Touring Car Cup in 2019, winning his maiden race half-way through the year in Vila Real and ending the year sixth overall.
This year Azcona is racing the brand new CUPRA Leon Competición for Zengő Motorsport, where he has already finished fourth three times and is getting closer to the front in each race.
Azcona has also been competing in the CER (Campeonato de España Resistencia) where he has shared a CUPRA with Russian racer Evgenii Leonov, with the duo currently leading the series with five wins from six races.
Azcona’s car will this weekend be run by Volcano Motorsport alongside that of Leonov.