Santiago Urrutia went fastest in Germany behind the wheel of his Team WRT Audi
Following Daniel Nagy’s split from the team, Zsolt Szabo has been drafted in for Oschersleben.
While the entry list for this year’s edition of the World Touring Car Cup looks particularly strong, plenty of faces from the 2018 season will not be returning for a second campaign.
In the second WTCR race at the Hungaroring, Rob Huff’s masterful display earnt him a lights-to-flag victory, while a local underdog managed to impress.
The 2018 World Touring Car Cup makes its way to Hungary for the second round of the season.
The 2018 season signals a new era for World Touring Cars. So, what should we expect?
At 56 years of age, Gabriele Tarquini proved that he’s still got plenty of speed left in him as he was crowned FIA World Touring Car Champion, while Esteban Guerrieri won the final WTCR race of the year.
Despite tough competition, Cupra had a successful World Touring Car debut during the recent series of races on the streets of Marrakech.