WTCR Race of France 2021 - 15-17/10/2021

In 100 words: The WTCR becomes the first FIA series to visit Circuit Pau-Arnos in southwest France, 20 kilometres west of Pau. Short in terms of track length (the 3.030-kilometre layout has seven turns) but big in terms of entertainment, the design is the work of the late Jean-Pierre Beltoise, a one-time grand prix winner. The WTCR has yet to race in France, but it has celebrated Yann Ehrlacher’s title triumph in 2020 plus race wins for Nathanaël Berthon, Yvan Muller and Jean-Karl Vernay. Race FR for PURE ETCR, the all-electric touring car series from Discovery Sports Events, will be another weekend highlight.

1 Camin deu Circuit, 64370 Arnos, France
Track length:
3.030 kilometres
Race 1 distance:
18 laps (54.540 kilometres)
Race 2 distance:
21 laps (63.630 kilometres)
WTCR qualifying lap record:
To be established
WTCR race lap record:
To be established