Grand PrixView – Oschersleben

The TCR International circus is back in action at Germany’s Oschersleben, a 2.2 mile circuit known for the famous and treacherous turns 1-2 “Hotel” complex. The 2016 contest was dominated by SEAT where both Pepe Oriola and Mat’o Homola won.  However, through the 2017 TCR Germany season, we have seen the Honda Civic be the car to have at Oschersleben where Kris Richard set the … Continue reading Grand PrixView – Oschersleben

Grand PrixView – Hungaroring

Just one week on from the Salzburgring rounds, the TCR International circus travels to Hungary to visit the Hungaroring, a 2.722 mile (4.381 km), 14 turn circuit outside of the city of Mogyorod.  This will be the first time TCR International has raced at the Hungaroring. The previous weekend at Salzburgring saw both Dusan Borkovic and Roberto Colciago take victories, but it’s now Switzerland’s Stefano … Continue reading Grand PrixView – Hungaroring

Catching up with Icarus Motorsports’ Duncan Ende

We spoke with Icarus Motorsports’ Duncan Ende about his first season in TCR International competition and how the category can work in North America within Pirelli World Challenge and IMSA. This is your first season of racing in TCR International.  Has the series and racing met your expectations so far?  DE: I can’t directly speak to the racing much because, frankly, I’ve been struggling for … Continue reading Catching up with Icarus Motorsports’ Duncan Ende

Grand PrixView – Salzburgring

The TCR International Series returns for rounds 9 and 10 of the 2017 season at the picturesque and super-fast Salzburgring in Plainfield, Austria, just 15 km east of the city of Salzburg.  Salzburgring is a 15 turn, 2.6 mile (4.21km) long circuit where Attila Tassi set the qualifying track record last season with a time of 1:26.683 in a SEAT Leon.  James Nash also set … Continue reading Grand PrixView – Salzburgring