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Ben Bargwanna secures full-time drive alongside father Jason

Ben Bargwanna has secured a full-season drive in the 2020 TCR Australia series, where he will line up alongside his father Jason in a Peugeot 308 run by Garry Rogers Motorsport.

Further delay to 2020 TCR Australia calendar

Motorsport Australia has announced that the season opener for the 2020 TCR Australia series has been postponed again, due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and border closures in the country.

TCR Australia season start pushed back by three weeks

The season start of the 2020 TCR Australia series has been pushed back by a further three weeks, owing to the re-introduction of stage three restrictions in Victoria state to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Tilton Racing confirms entry into 2020 TCR Australia series

Canberra-based Tilton Racing has confirmed it will enter a Hyundai i30 N TCR into the 2020 TCR Australia series, fielding Bathurst-based racer Brad Shiels in this year’s six-event season.

Revised six-event TCR Australia calendar confirmed by ARG

TCR Australia promoter ARG has confirmed its revised calendar for the 2020 season, which sees the season reduced to six events and with Baskerville joining the calendar whilst The Bend, Winton and Morgan Park are now absent.
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Motorbike star to make guest start in TCR Germany

Moto2 rider Marcel Schrötter will make a guest start in this weekend’s ADAC TCR Germany races at the Sachsenring, racing Hyundai Team Engstler’s VIP Hyundai i30 N TCR.

Ash Sutton: ‘Silverstone proves anything can happen in the BTCC’

Ashley Sutton ‘reaped the rewards’ of speed and fortune in the British Touring Car Championship races at Silverstone, as the Laser Tools Racing driver held on to his points lead.

Jimmy Clairet ‘happy but disappointed’ after Monza

Jimmy Clairet was both happy and disappointed after the TCR Europe races at Monza, after the Peugeot driver followed up his race one retirement with fourth in race two.

Opening round of TCR Australia postponed due to COVID-19

The opening round of the 2020 TCR Australia series at Sydney Motorsport Park has been postponed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, with a new date to be announced in due course.

TCR Asia Pacific Cup cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak

The TCR Asia Pacific Cup has been called off after the event at Albert Park was officially cancelled by the FIA, Formula One and the Australian Grand Prix Corporation due to a member of the paddock testing positive for COVID-19.

Garth Tander claims pole position for TCR Asia Pacific Cup

Melbourne Performance Centre’s Garth Tander secured a convincing pole position in qualifying for the TCR Asia Pacific Cup on the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, beating GRM’s Michael Caruso by more than half a second.

22 cars take to the grid for TCR Asia Pacific Cup in Melbourne

The grid for the first TCR Asia Pacific cup has been confirmed, with 22 cars set to line up for the Formula 1-supporting race on the Melbourne Street Circuit this weekend.

Female racers confirmed for TCR Asia Pacific Cup

Alexandra Whitley and Chelsea Angelo have been confirmed for this weekend’s TCR Asia Pacific Cup in Melbourne, racing a pair of Volkswagen Golf GTi cars prepared by Melbourne Performance Centre.

Will Brown confirmed to return to defend title

HMO Customer Racing has confirmed that inaugural TCR Australia champion Will Brown will return to the series in 2020 to defend his title, once again racing a Hyundai i30 N TCR.

Nathan Morcom to remain with HMO Customer Racing in 2020

Nathan Morcom will stay at his family-run HMO Customer Racing team for the 2020 TCR Australia series, once again campaigning a Hyundai i30 N TCR.

Wall Racing confirms full season for John Martin and Paul Ip

Wall Racing has confirmed that it will field John Martin and Paul Ip alongside the already confirmed Tony D’Alberto in the 2020 TCR Australia series, as it runs three Honda Civics for the full season.

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