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Gordon Shedden elated with pole on TCR debut in Dubai - BTCC front-runner Gordon Shedden’s TCR International Series debut has started perfectly, with the Team WRT Volkswagen driver scoring pole position as he deputises for an absent Rob Huff this weekend in order to aid Jean-Karl Vernay’s championship battle. The Scotsman just made it through to the second part of qualifying after setting the 14th fastest time, which was enough as the two Hyundai i30s of Gabriele Tarquini and Alain Menu wer...

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Kevin Gleason will push as hard as possible after career best qualifying in Macau

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Thed Björk has “no regrets” after Macau qualifying - Championship leader Thed Björk saw his lead shrink by two points down to 14.5, but the Polestar Cyan Racing driver is still very happy with his maiden outing in Macau as he finished qualifying in fourth. “Like I said yesterday I was working hard on myself and learning all the time,” said the Volvo driver to TouringCarTimes. “This is where it put me and I’m really happy. The team gave me a great car and I had the confidence to push, it’s m...

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Gordon Shedden leads Team WRT 1-2 in Dubai qualifying - Gordon Shedden has claimed pole position ahead of team-mate Jean-Karl Vernay in a close qualifying session at the Dubai Autodrome, with the three-time BTCC champion securing pole on his first appearance in the series. The British driver left his best performance until the vital second part of qualifying, with the Volkswagen driver setting a quick benchmark of 1:28.055, which he soon bettered to 1:27.849 to secure pole ahead of champion...

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Macau pole sitter Rob Huff took no risks until Q2 - Rob Huff took his sixth pole position at the Circuito da Guia in Macau. The Citroën driver did not push to the maximum until he needed to squeeze all the performance out of his Münnich Motorsport C-Elysée. “If every race of the championship could be in Macau that would be great!,” said the Brit. “It’s been a tough weekend, I think the car was not where I wanted it to be in my expectations, we worked really hard to bring it where I wanted i...

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WTCC and TCR series set to merge in 2018 - The FIA World Touring Car Championship and the TCR International Series are set to merge in 2018, with talks having progressed in recent months which are now believed to be finally near completion between the TCR promoter, the FIA, and the WTCC promoter, Eurosport. The WTCC has been looking for an alternative technical regulation after the loss of two manufacturers at the end of 2016, Citroën and Lada, with the high-cost Super 2000 TC1 cars proving...
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