Mikel Azcona became the first two-time ‘King of the Weekend’ in the PURE ETCR round at the Hungaroring, with the CUPRA driver now third in the drivers’ standings leaving the penultimate event of the year.
Comtoyou Racing’s Nathanaël Berthon put audi on top of the timesheets in second practice for the FIA World Touring Car Cup at the Hungaroring, edging out Hyundai’s Norbert Michelisz.
Münnich Motorsport’s Néstor Girolami topped the times in the first practice session for the FIA World Touring Car Cup at the Hungaroring, with a fast lap in the final seconds to deny Cyan Racing’s Santiago Urrutia.
Hyundai, Honda and Lynk & Co drivers will continue the battle for the FIA World Touring Car Cup title at the Hungaroring this weekend, with the Chinese marque having closed in last time out.
Gordon Shedden described his British Touring Car Championship weekend at Knockhill as being ‘tough’ after the Team Dynamics driver missed out on the podium in all three races.
The calendar for the current FIA World Touring Car Cup season has been amended to only feature events in Europe, with the Asian leg of the season called off for a second successive season.
Luigi Ferrara will deputise for the Le Mans-bound Oli Webb in this weekend’s PURE ETCR round at the Hungaroring, getting behind the wheel of one of Romeo Ferraris’ Alfa Romeo Giulia ETCR cars.
Polish driver Łukasz Stolarczyk will make his début in TCR Europe at the Nürburgring next month, when he races his BTC Maszyny Racing-run Audi RS3 LMS TCR in Germany.