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Zest Racecar Engineering considering TCR UK entry in 2019

Northamptonshire-based team Zest Racecar Engineering is reportedly considering an entry into the TCR UK series in 2019 with its DSG gearbox CUPRA TCR car.

Teamwork Motorsport considering an entry into TCR UK in 2019

Hong Kong-based outfit Teamwork Motorsport is considering an entry into the TCR UK series in 2019, citing that ‘right level of competition’ in the series as one of the reasons for a possible expansion.

Darelle Wilson confirms TCR UK return for 2019

DW Racing have confirmed Darelle Wilson will return to the TCR UK Touring Car Championship grid in 2019.

Lewis Kent confirms return to TCR UK in 2019

Lewis Kent has confirmed he will return to the TCR UK series in 2019, with the 19-year-old once again racing a Hyundai i30 N TCR for his family-run Essex & Kent Motorsport outfit.

Entries open for reduced-fee second season of TCR UK

Organisers of the TCR UK Series have announced that entries for the second season are now open, with a ‘significant reduction’ in entry fees to the series being one of the main items.

TCR UK amends qualifying and race formats for 2019 season

The TCR UK series will move in line with other TCR series around the world in 2019 by introducing a two-segment qualifying format whilst also shortening its race durations to approximately 25 minutes each.

David Sonenscher appointed as COO of TCR UK

David Sonenscher has been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer of the TCR UK Series for 2019, with the current TCR Asia boss responsible for overseeing the operations of the UK-based series in the coming season.

Snetterton and Spa-Francorchamps added to 2019 TCR UK calendar

The 2019 TCR UK series season calendar has been unveiled, with the season getting underway at Snetterton in Norfolk in April and featuring an overseas round at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium in June.