WTCR VTB Race of Russia 2021 - 26-28/11/2021

In 100 words: Based around the Sochi Olympic Park that was home to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, Sochi Autodrom is a 5.848-kilometre permanent track which staged the first Russian Formula One Grand Prix in 2014. The work of architect Hermann Tilke, Sochi Autodrom has hosted the TCR International Series in the past and will bring WTCR racing to Russia for the first time as the setting of the 2021 season decider in late November. Current WTCR racers Jordi Gené, Attila Tassi and Jean-Karl Vernay have all raced in Sochi with Gené winning the first of two TCR International counters there in 2015.


26 Triumfalnaya Street, Sochi 354340, Adler District
Track length:
5.848 kilometres
Race 1 distance:
9 laps (52.632 kilometres)
Race 2 distance:
11 laps (64.328 kilometres)
WTCR qualifying lap record:
To be established
WTCR race lap record:
To be established