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TCR Asia becomes latest series to postpone season start

TCR Asia has become the latest touring car series to postpone its planned season start due to the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, with the plan still being to hold five events in 2020.

Compensation weight system in TCR revised for new season

The TCR Technical Department has revised the compensation weight system which applies to all global TCR-sanctioned series with the exception of the FIA WTCR and endurance races of at least two hours.

Provisional Balance of Performance figures published for 2020

WSC Group, which oversees all global TCR series, has published the provisional Balance of Performance [BoP] figures for the 2020 season, with the results remaining provisional until tests and checks are completed.

Rob Huff to race Volkswagen Golf GTi in TCR Scandinavia

Rob Huff will make his début racing in Scandinavia in 2020, racing in the TCR Scandinavia series, after signing a deal to race a Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR for the Lestrtup Racing Team.

Luca Engstler comes from behind to win TCR Malaysia title

Luca Engstler claimed victory in both of Saturday’s TCR Malaysia races in Sepang, with the German retaining his title in the Asian series after coming from behind in the season finale.

Josh Files confirmed for TCR Asia campaign in 2020

Josh Files will take part in the TCR Asia series in 2020, racing a Hyundai Veloster N TCR for the Solite Indigo Racing team, having made his Asian racing début earlier in the month in Malaysia.

Increase in production at Geely Group Motorsport

Geely Group Motorsport says it has increased production of Lynk & Co 03 TCR cars ahead of the new season, as the Chinese brand prepares to offer the car to customers for the first time in 2020.

Dan Lloyd maintains TCR Malaysia lead in Sepang

Brutal Fish Racing’s Dan Lloyd maintained his lead of the TCR Malaysia series in Sepang, as Luca Engstler and Lloyd himself claimed the wins in Saturday’s second event of the season.