The new CUPRA Leon Competición has been given a new, 10 mm lower ride height in a change to the TCR Balance of Performance [BoP] calculations with immediate effect.
The Mazda Motorsports project to develop a TCR version of the Mazda 3 has been cancelled according to reports, with Mazda USA blaming the economic situation precipitated by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The technical Department of TCR rights holder WSC Group has published the latest Balance of Performance [BoP] figures for the 2020 season, featuring a new code for engine power and ECU type.
The new-for-2021 TCR South America series has already attracted strong interest from entrants, with 35 pre-entries having already been received by the promoter.
Dušan Borković has confirmed that he will take part in the 2020 TCR Eastern Europe series in a Hyundai i30 N TCR prepared by M1RA, as the Serbian driver cites logistics as his reason for racing closer to home.
The TCR technical department has with immediate effect changed the range of the Balance of Performance for TCR cars, due to the fact that some cars have been unable to achieve the minimum racing weight.
The new TCR south America series was officially launched yesterday (2 June) during an online press conference, with the series set to get underway in April 2021 with eight rounds in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay.
Geely Group Motorsport has delivered its first Lynk & Co 03 TCR cars to customer teams in Asia, with renowned TCR squad Teamwork Motorsport getting three of the cars for racing in TCR China or TCR Asia.
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.