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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by VulcanSpirit, Dec 2, 2019.
Pretty small field. Thought there were more cars. I know Mazda are waiting til next year, but a bit disappointed there aren't more entries.
I really don't like this guy, but glad it's on the grid.
Liking that livery a lot. Hopefully it's as competitive as it looks.
Motorbase's new-generation Focus begins testing...
...with Andy Neate confirmed as their third 2020 driver.
Coronavirus halts WTCR pre-season testing:
Saw that Focus. Looks cool.
Tickets on sale for Round 1
Categories at the opening round include:
carsales TCR Australia Series
Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia
Touring Car Masters
Trans Am 2 Australia
V8 Touring Car Series
Children Under 16 are free with a GA ticket holder.
Howard Fuller to substitute for Mike Bushell for the first three BTCC rounds.
Münnich Motorsport's four-car WTCR programme officially confirmed.
Good stuff. She deserves a drive. We know the GTIs are good. Now, we can see how she goes in a competitive package and team.
More BTCC-related announcements today -
EXCELR8 signs ex-Triple Eight and WSR race engineer Kevin Berry...
...while 2019 Carrera Cup GB and W Series competitor Esmee Hawkey becomes MB Motorsport's development driver.
Despite having initially sent his team's entry deposit for 2020, Matt Simpson pulls out of the BTCC.
According to TouringCarTimes, Simpson has decided to support his son's karting career instead. Wishing both the very best of luck for the future.
No Ingall. Still can't wait for tomorrow.
MB Motorsport (ex-AmD Tuning) and Team HARD show off their 2020 liveries and sponsors:
Apologies for double-posting, but a slick new look for the Team BMW (WSR) squad:
That's worth it.
WTCR cancels the Race of Hungary... but BTCC 2020 is still on.
Team-wise, Lynk & Co.'s campaign confirmed...
...EXCELER8's Hyundai takes to the track...
...and Speedworks receive extra works backing from Toyota Gazoo Racing.
While the BTCC Media Day/pre-season test is underway, TOCA postpones the first three rounds of the season due to Coronavirus-related restrictions.
On a more positive note, a lot of nice liveries this season, especially the EXCELER8 Hyundai. Shame about the lack of orange on the Halfords Hondas, though...
UPDATE: Tom Ingram fastest in pre-season test, the first session on the current Silverstone International layout:
No UK racing events until the end of July - BTCC Thruxton and Oulton Park meetings suspended.
2017 BTTC champ Ash Sutton and Australia GT Academy winner Matt Simmons join the ARG eSport Cup grid.
On the TCR Australia FB page, Jordan Cox posted, "We're all screwed now".
With most of the major series holding e-sport races, some series have been slow to do similar. BTCC, WRC have been especially quiet during this period.
In the UK, the BTCC has begun streaming previous seasons' races in conjunction with ITV.
Yes, I saw that.
I smell carnage