2017 TCR Series
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This article describes some of the 2017 seasons of TCR Series across the world.

VLN TCR Class

The 2017 Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstreckenpokal Nürburgring TCR Class was the first season for the TCR Class in the championship.

Teams and drivers

Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
Germany Bonk Motorsport[1] Peugeot 308 Racing Cup TCR[1] 308 Germany Jürgen Nett[1] 1–9
Germany Joachim Nett[1]
United Kingdom Bradley Philpot[1]
Audi RS3 LMS TCR[2] 810 Germany Hermann Bock[2] 2–3, 5, 7-9
Germany Max Partl[2] 2*
Germany Rainer Partl[3] *
Germany Jürgen Bretschneider[4] 3, 7
Germany Michael Bonk 8
811 Germany Michael Bonk[2] 2–4*
Germany Volker Piepmeyer[2]
Germany Axel Burghardt[3] *
Germany Andreas Möntmann[3]
Norway Møller Bil Motorsport[1] Audi RS3 LMS TCR[1] 801 Norway Håkon Schjærin[1] 1, 5–7, 9
Norway Atle Guldbrandsen[1]
Norway Kenneth Østvold[1]
Norway Anders Lindstad[5] 5
Germany Mathilda Racing[1] Volkswagen Golf GTi TCR[1] 802 Germany Andreas Gülden[1] 1–9*
Germany Benjamin Leuchter[1]
Austria Constantin Kletzer[4] 3, 5*
Germany Dennis Wüsthoff[3] *
Germany Michael Schrey 9
804 Germany Michael Paatz[1] 1–5, 7-9
Germany Lutz Marc Rühl[1] 1–3
Germany Josef Kocsis[1] 1–2*
South Korea "Charlie" Byunghui Kang[3] *
Germany Knut Kluge[3]
Austria Constantin Kletzer[6] 4, 7, 8
Germany Benjamin Leuchter[6] 4, 9
Germany Dennis Wüsthoff[4] 3
Germany Detlef Langels[5] 5
Germany Guido Heinrich[5] 5, 7
Germany Andreas Gülden 9
SEAT León TCR[1] 806 Austria Constantin Kletzer[1] 1–2, 6
Germany Dennis Wüsthoff[1]
Germany Michael Paatz[3] 6*
Germany Lutz Marc Rühl[3] *
Germany LMS Engineering[1] Audi RS3 LMS TCR[1] 803 Germany Matthias Wasel[1] 1–8
Germany Marcus Löhnert[1] 1–8
Russia Artur Goroyan[1] 1–2
Germany Christian Schmitz[4] 3–5
Germany Mike Jäger[3] *
Germany Pierre Humbert[3]
Germany Ulrich Andree[5] 5*
Germany Stefan Wieningen[7] 7, 8
Germany BCS Motorsport[5] Opel Astra TCR[5] 816 Germany Raphael Hundeborn[5] 5
Germany Marc Legel[5]
Germany Roman Löhnert[5]
Switzerland Honda Racing-Team Schmid[2] Honda Civic Type-R TCR[2] 818 Switzerland Roland Schmid[2] 2–3, 5
Switzerland Roger Vögeli[2] 2–3, 5, 8
Germany Markus Oestreich[2] 2, 5, 8
Switzerland Rudolf Rhyn[4] 3
Germany Moritz Oestreich 8
Germany FEV Racing[1] SEAT León TCR[1] 820 Germany Benedikt Gentgen[4] 3–5, 7-9
Germany Jens Ludmann[1] 1–2
Germany Arnt Hallmanns[1] 1–2, 5, 9
Germany Marcel Willert[1] 1, 3
Germany Markus Horn[6] 4
Germany Rudi Speich[5] 5
Germany Bernd Hömberg[7] 7, 8
Germany Kissling Motorsport[4] Opel Astra TCR[4] 823 Finland Hannu Luostarinen[4] 3, 6, 8
Germany Volker Strycek[4]

Drivers with an asterisk on their "Rounds" column took part in the non-championship round.

Calendar and results

Rnd. Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning drivers Winning team
1 Nürburgring Nordschleife 25 March Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Mathilda Racing
2 8 April Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Mathilda Racing
NC 27–28 May Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Austria Constantin Kletzer
Germany Dennis Wüsthoff
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Austria Constantin Kletzer
Germany Dennis Wüsthoff
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Austria Constantin Kletzer
Germany Dennis Wüsthoff
Germany Mathilda Racing
3 24 June Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Austria Constantin Kletzer
Finland Hannu Luostarinen
Germany Volker Strycek
Germany Benedikt Gentgen
Germany Marcel Willert
Germany FEV Racing
4 8 July Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Mathilda Racing
5 19 August Norway Håkon Schjærin
Norway Atle Guldbrandsen
Norway Kenneth Østvold
Norway Anders Lindstad
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Austria Constantin Kletzer
Norway Håkon Schjærin
Norway Atle Guldbrandsen
Norway Kenneth Østvold
Norway Anders Lindstad
Norway Møller Bil Motorsport
6 2 September Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Finland Hannu Luostarinen
Germany Volker Strycek
Germany Kissling Motorsport
7 23 September Finland Hannu Luostarinen
Germany Volker Strycek
Finland Hannu Luostarinen
Germany Volker Strycek
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Mathilda Racing
8 7 October Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Finland Hannu Luostarinen
Germany Volker Strycek
Germany Kissling Motorsport
9 21 October Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Michael Schrey
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Michael Schrey
Germany Andreas Gülden
Germany Benjamin Leuchter
Germany Michael Schrey
Germany Mathilda Racing

TCR Baltic Trophy

The 2017 TCR Baltic Trophy is the first season of the TCR Baltic Trophy. TCR Baltic Trophy will run within the Baltic Touring Car Championship events.

Teams and drivers

Team Car No. Drivers Rounds
Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team[8] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[8] 5 Lithuania Ernesta Globyte[8] All

Calendar and results

The 2017 schedule was announced on 13 December 2016.[9] The calendar includes two rounds in Latvia and one in Estonia.

Round Circuit Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team Supporting
1 R1 Latvia Biķernieku Kompleksā Sporta Bāze, Riga 29 April-1 May Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team Baltic Touring Car Championship
R2 Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team
2 R1 Estonia Auto24ring, Pärnu 27–28 May Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team Baltic Touring Car Championship
R2 Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team
3 R1 Latvia Biķernieku Kompleksā Sporta Bāze, Riga 18–20 August Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team Baltic Touring Car Championship
R2 Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Ernesta Globyte Lithuania Nero-GSR Racing Team

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "VLN Lauf 1 Qualifying result". 25 March 2017. Archived from the original on 22 August 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "VLN Lauf 2 Qualifying result". 8 April 2017. Archived from the original on 22 August 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j ""24h Rennen Race Result" (PDF). 28 May 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "VLN Lauf 3 Qualifying result". 24 June 2017. Archived from the original on 22 August 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "VLN Lauf 5 Qualifying result". 19 August 2017. Archived from the original on 22 August 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  6. ^ a b c "VLN Lauf 4 Qualifying result". 8 July 2017. Archived from the original on 22 August 2017. Retrieved 22 August 2017.
  7. ^ a b "Training - 57. ADAC Reinoldus-Langstreckenrennen". www.vln.de. Archived from the original on 2017-09-29. Retrieved 2017-09-30.
  8. ^ a b c "BaTCC » FIRST VW GOLF GTI TCR CAR IN BALTICS HAS LANDED IN "GSR TEAM" GARAGE". Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  9. ^ "2017 TCR Baltic Trophy calendar revealed". tcr-series.com. 13 December 2016.

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