TCR International unveils 2017 calendar

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TCR SA has unveiled the provisional calendar for the 2017 TCR International Series, the third season since the inception of the TCR concept.

The series is aiming to maintain its main feature: supporting three Formula 1 events once again. “We have already discussed with Formula One Management to be part of the Bahrain, Monaco and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix,” promoter Marcello Lotti said.

The season will kick off at the modern Rustavi International Motopark, marking the first visit of an international motorsport series to Georgia. The third stop, between Bahrain and Monaco, will be at Spa-Francorchamps in support of the FIA WEC for the second consecutive year.

Three European race meetings will follow: at the Salzburgring, the Hungaroring (together with the GT Open) and Oschersleben (together with the ADAC TCR Germany series). The TCR International Series will then move to the Far East for the final part of the season. There it will race at the Chang International Circuit for the third time, before moving to Korea or China for the last-but one event and then to Abu Dhabi for the grand finale.

“It is definitely an exciting sequence of venues. The addition of Monaco, Georgia, Hungar and Abu Dhabi will add further glamour to the series and will also enable the TCR concept to broaden its horizons even further,” Lotti concluded.

The full 2017 TCR International Series provisional calendar is:

2 April – Rustavi International Motopark, Georgia

16 April – Bahrain International Circuit (F1 event)

7 May – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium (WEC event)

28 May – Circuit de Monaco (F1 event)

11 June – Salzburgring, Austria

2 July – Hungaroring, Budapest

9 July – Motorsport Arena Oschersleben, Germany

3 September – Chang International Circuit, Buriram, Thailand

8 October – Korea / China

26 November – Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi (F1 event)

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