WTCR Race of Spain essentials

2020-10-28T09:41:42+01:00October 28th, 2020|2020|

The battle for 2020 WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup glory continues in Spain this week (October 30-November 1). Here’s some useful information about the event, which is taking place behind closed doors due to important COVID-19 restrictions.

What? 2020 WTCR − FIA World Touring Car Cup, Rounds 11, 12 and 13 of 16

When? October 30-November 1, 2020

Where? MotorLand Aragón, Alcañiz (Teruel)

Track length: 5.345 kilometres

Race 1 distance: 10 laps (53.306 kilometres)

Race 2 distance: 10 laps (53.306 kilometres)

Race 3 distance: 12 laps (63.996 kilometres)

Yann Ehrlacher continues to wear the yellow jacket as the Goodyear #FollowTheLeader and will carry the yellow windscreen strip at the start of the WTCR Race of Spain weekend in his Cyan Racing Lynk & Co 03 TCR. Here’s a reminder of how he and the chasing pack stand following WTCR Race of Hungary last weekend:

1 Yann Ehrlacher (FRA) 169 points

2 Esteban Guerrieri (ARG) 147

3 Yvan Muller (FRA) 114

4 Néstor Girolami (ARG) 106

5 Jean-Karl Vernay (FRA) 106

6 Tom Coronel (NLD) 101

7 Nathanaël Berthon (FRA) 92

8 Gilles Magnus (BEL) 92

9 Mikel Azcona (ESP) 79

10 Thed Björk (SWE) 78

Click HERE for full standings including Teams’, Rookie Driver and WTCR Trophy classifications


Saturday October 31
Free Practice 1: 08h00-08h45
Free Practice 2: 10h35-11h05
Qualifying Q1: 13h15-13h35
Qualifying Q2: 13h40-13h50
Qualifying Q3: 14h00 (first car starts DHL Pole Position top five shootout)

Sunday November 1
Race 1: 09h15 (10 laps)
Race 2: 12h15 (10 laps)
Race 3: 14h15 (12 laps)

All timings are shown in CET, are provisional and subject to change

In accordance with COVID-19 restrictions, the inaugural WTCR Race of Spain is taking place behind closed doors but standby for details of the extensive live TV and online coverage, coming soon.