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Jean-Karl Vernay confirmed as Alfa Romeo ETCR driver

Jean-Karl Vernay has been confirmed as Romeo Ferraris’ first driver for the new PURE ETCR series, where the Frenchman will race a Romeo Ferraris-developed Alfa Romeo Giulia electric touring car.

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.

Mike Halder wins red-flagged second TCR Germany race

Mike Halder emerged victorious in the second ADAC TCR Germany race at Oschersleben, passing Petr Fulín for the win on the last lap in a race which featured a large first-lap crash and race stoppage.

Harald Proczyk takes victory in opening TCR Germany race of season

Harald Proczyk claimed victory in the opening ADAC TCR Germany series race of 2018 at Oschersleben, after early race leader Mike Halder was hit with a penalty for taking out Florian Thoma.

Mike Halder secures first TCR Germany pole of 2018

Mike Halder secured the first TCR Germany pole position of the 2018 season at Oschersleben, putting his new Honda Civic Type-R on top of the times ahead of Team Engstler’s Florian Thoma.

Kai Jordan to use replacement Golf for TCR Germany start

LIQUI MOLY Team Engstler's Kai Jordan has been forced to start the 2018 ADAC TCR Germany season with a 'rental' VW Golf TCR at this weekend's season opener in Oschersleben.

Positione Motorsport make late TCR Germany entry for 2018

Finnish team Positione Motorsport have confirmed a late entry for Jussi Kuusiniemi in the 2018 ADAC TCR Germany series in a Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR.

26-car TCR Germany entry list revealed for 2018

A strong 26-car entry list has been unveiled for the start of the 2018 ADAC TCR Germany series season, with cars from seven different manufacturers represented and a guaranteed new champion in store.

Sandro Kaibach and Max Hesse at PROsport Performance in 2018

Sandro Kaibach will move to the PROsport Performance team for the 2018 ADAC TCR Germany series, racing an Audi RS3 LMS alongside Max Hesse.

Fugel Sport to run new Honda Civics in TCR Germany

Fugel Sport have confirmed that they will run Honda Civic Type R cars under the Team Honda ADAC Sachsen banner in ADAC TCR Germany for Dominik Fugel and Mike Halder, with an older-spec Honda for Marcel Fugel.

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