WTCR Race of Austria 2020

WTCR Race of Austria 2020 - 12-13/09/2020

In 100 words… Renowned for its high-speed sweeps and spectacular action, Salzburgring has hosted FIA World and European Touring Car events in the past. For 2020, it will stage the inaugural WTCR Race of Austria as the opening event of the season in September. Situated some 12 kilometres east of the city of Salzburg in central Austria, Salzburgring was firsused in 1969 and measures 4.241 kilometres in length. The track’s spectacular valley setting provides a picturesque backdrop, while its rapid layout offers an exciting challenge for drivers and plenty of action for fans. Yvan Muller won when the WTCC visited in 2014.

Salzburgring 1, 5325 Planfeld, Austria
Track length:
4.241 kilometres
Race 1 distance:
12 laps (50.892 kilometres)
Race 2 distance:
15 laps (63.615 kilometres)
WTCR qualifying lap record:
To be established
WTCR race lap record:
To be established
Time zone: GMT +2 hours
Fly to: Salzburg Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Airport (25 kilometres)
Stay: Salzburg