2021 ADAC TCR Germany calendar revealed

The 2021 ADAC TCR Germany season has been confirmed, with races getting underway in mid-May and competitors contesting a seven-event season in Germany and Austria.

The sixth season of TCR Germany kicks off at Oschersleben with races on 15 – 16 May next year, before moving on to the Red Bull Ring in Austria the following month.

There will then be a near two-month gap before the third event at the Nürburgring in early August.

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TCR Germany does not feature on the bill with the International German GT Championship at Zandvoort, so the fourth event takes place at the Lausitzring in September.

A separate TCR Germany event will then be held at the Hockenheimring a week later, before the series reunites with German GTs and heads to the Sachsenring on the first weekend in October.

The season concludes with a second visit to the Hockenheimring in mid-October.

In a bid to encourage new entrants, a new trophy for ambitious gentleman drivers has been announced.

Teams are able to register for the championship from 1 December 2020.

Provisional 2021 ADAC TCR Germany calendar

14 – 16 May – Oschersleben
11 – 13 June – Red Bull Ring
6 – 8 August – Nürburgring
10 – 12 September – Dekra Lausitzring
17 – 19 September – Hockenheimring
1 – 3 October – Sachsenring
15 – 17 October – Hockenheimring

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