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Josh Files joins TCR Malaysia grid with Indigo Racing

Josh Files will join the grid of the second TCR Malaysia event of the year in Sepang this weekend, racing a Hyundai i30 N TCR for the South Korean Solite Indigo Racing team.

TCR Asia confirms 2020 calendar with races in Malaysia, China and Thailand

The 2020 TCR Asia season will feature races in Malaysia, China and Thailand, with a five-event calendar being confirmed for the sixth season of the international touring car series.

Diego Moran doubles up in race two as Luca Engstler seals title

Diego Moran took victory in the second TCR Asia race on the streets of Bangsaen in Thailand, as his team-mate Luca Engstler was crowned as the champion for the second successive season.

Diego Moran keeps title tilt alive as Luca Engstler fights back

Diego Moran kept his TCR Asia title chances alive with victory in race one on the Bangsaen Street Circuit in Thailand, after pole-sitter and series leader Luca Engstler spun on lap one and fought his way back to second.

Luca Engstler edges closer to title with Bangsaen pole

Luca Engstler edged closer to defending his TCR Asia series title by taking pole position for race one on the streets of Bangsaen in Thailand, beating fellow Hyundai driver Pepe Oriola by just under two tenths of a second.

TCR Asia title fight concludes on beachside Thai street circuit

The fifth season of the TCR Asia series will conclude at the Bangsaen Street Circuit this weekend, where Luca Engstler is looking to secure back-to-back titles, whilst his team-mate Diego Moran is the only man who can stop him.

Diego Moran keeps title fight alive with race two win

Liqui Moly Team Engstler’s Diego Moran claimed his second win of the TCR Asia season in race two at Zhejiang, held with TCR China, as Pepe Oriola and Luca Engstler completed the podium.

Luca Engstler dominates once again in TCR Asia

Luca Engstler claimed another dominant win in the opening TCR Asia – TCR China race at the Zhejiang International Circuit in China, winning by almost 20 seconds ahead of fellow Hyundai racer Pepe Oriola.

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