WTCR Race of Netherlands

WTCR Race of Netherlands - 19-21/05/2018

The most northerly venue on the 2018 calendar, the inclusion of Zandvoort on the WTCR roster for an unofficial festival of TCR action, brings world touring racing back to The Netherlands for the first time since 2007. And the timing of the race couldn’t be more appropriate with 2018 marking the circuit’s 70th anniversary. Once home to the Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort’s motorsport roots go back to 1939 when a street race was organised in the seaside town. It was the catalyst needed for the mayor to invest in a permanent track, construction of which began following World War II.

Track essentials
Name: Circuit Zandvoort
Location: Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 108, 2041 KP Zandvoort, The Netherlands
Length: 4.307 kilometres
Race 1 distance: 12 laps (51.684 kilometres)
Race 2 distance: 12 laps (51.684 kilometres)
Race 3 distance: 15 laps (64.605 kilometres)
Best laps
WTCR lap record (qualifying): Rob Huff (Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR), 1m43.945s (149.1kph), 20/05/18
TCR car lap record (qualifying): Rob Huff (Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR), 1m43.945s (149.1kph), 20/05/18
WTCR lap record (race): Yann Ehrlacher (Honda Civic Type R TCR), 1m45.901s (146.4kph), 20/05/18
TCR car lap record (race): Yann Ehrlacher (Honda Civic Type R TCR), 1m45.901s (146.4kph), 20/05/18
More details
Time zone: GMT +2 hours
Fly to: Amsterdam Airport Schipol (22.5 kilometres)
Stay: Zandvoort
Zandvoort - 24 Sep
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Breezy

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