Tom Coronel to complete TCR Europe season

Tom Coronel will complete the 2020 TCR Europe season, re-joining for the final two events at Spa-Francorchamps and the season finale, which do not clash with his commitments in WTCR.

Coronel took part in the season opening event at Circuit Paul Ricard but was forced to miss the next three events as they clashed with the FIA World touring Car Cup dates.

The Dutchman will now return to the series in the Honda Civic Type-R being run by Boutsen Ginion Racing, as he seeks to return to the podium in the series.

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Last year at Spa, 48-year-old Coronel could only manage a best result of 19th, although later in the year he finished twice on the podium in second at Oschersleben.

Coronel had a tough start to the season in Le Castellet this year, as he retired from both races.

However, Coronel will be buoyed by recent strong results in WTCR, where he scored a maiden win at the Slovakiaring earlier in the month.

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