2018 TCR Europe Touring Car Series

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2018 TCR Europe Touring Car Series
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The 2018 TCR Europe Touring Car Series was the third holding of TCR Europe, and first held as a standalone series. The series began at the Circuit Paul Ricard in May and ended at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in October.[1][2]

As part of an deal with the series' promoters, at five of the seven events, the 2018 TCR BeNeLux Touring Car Championship series was held which was its third edition.[3]

TCR Europe Series also saw the introduction of the DSG Challenge for cars equipped with Direct-shift gearbox.[4]

Calendar[edit]

Rnd. Circuit/Location Date Supporting
1 1 France Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet, France 5 May International GT Open
Euroformula Open
2 6 May
2 3 Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, Netherlands 20 May World Touring Car Cup
TCR Swiss Trophy
4 21 May
3 5 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Stavelot, Belgium 9 June International GT Open
Euroformula Open
6 10 June
4 7 Hungary Hungaroring, Budapest, Hungary 7 July
8 8 July
5 9 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen, Assen, Netherlands 18 August TCR Swiss Trophy
10 19 August
6 11 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Monza, Italy 22 September International GT Open
Euroformula Open
TCR Swiss Trophy
12 23 September
7 13 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Montmeló, Spain 20 October International GT Open
Euroformula Open
14 21 October
  Race also part of the 2018 TCR BeNeLux season

Teams and drivers[edit]

The Autodis Racing by THX Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8), driven by Stefano Comini.
The JSB Compétition Peugeot 308 TCR, driven by Julien Briché.

Yokohama is the official tire supplier.[5]

Team Car No. Drivers Class Rounds
Italy Race Republic – NOS Racing[6] Subaru WRX STI TCR[7][6] 3 Italy Cosimo Barberini[6] 6
Switzerland Race Republic[7] 42 Switzerland Stefano Comini[7] 1
Italy Race Republic – Top Run[8] 77 Italy Roberto Russo[8] 6
France JSB Compétition[9][10] Peugeot 308 TCR[9] 4 France Julien Briché[9] BNL 2–5, 7
CUPRA León TCR[11] 21 France Marie Baus-Coppens[11] BNL
DSG
2–5, 7
Russia LTA Rally Team[12] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[12] 5 Russia Klim Gavrilov[12] 7
North Macedonia LPR Stefanovski Racing Team[13] Hyundai i30 N TCR[13] 7 North Macedonia Igor Stefanovski[13] 1–2, 4–6
Italy Target Competition[14] Hyundai i30 N TCR[14] 8 Republic of Ireland Reece Barr[14] All
15 Germany Peter Terting[15] 7
62 Serbia Dušan Borković[16] All
94 Switzerland Kris Richard[17] All
Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG[18] Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8)[18] 9 Hungary Attila Tassi[18] All
99 United Kingdom Josh Files[18] All
909 Germany Mike Halder[19] 7
North Macedonia PSS Racing Team[20] Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8)[21] 10 North Macedonia Viktor Davidovski[20] All
Denmark Reno Racing[22] Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8)[22] 11 Denmark Jens Reno Møller[22] All
Luxembourg Autodis Racing by Piro Sports[23][10] Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8)[24] 13 Germany Cedric Piro[24] BNL 1–3
Hyundai i30 N TCR[23] 4
15 Germany Peter Terting[25] BNL 5–6
14 Luxembourg Loris Cencetti[23] BNL 1–3
Belgium Autodis Racing by THX[26] Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8)[24] 4–5
42 Switzerland Stefano Comini[26] BNL 3–7
630 Belgium Benjamin Lessennes[27] BNL 6
Italy Pit Lane Competizioni[28] Hyundai i30 N TCR[29] 16 Italy Nicola Baldan[29] 1
Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[28] 63 Italy Giovanni Altoè[28] DSG 1, 3, 5–6
71 Italy Enrico Bettera[29] 1
CUPRA León TCR[29] 66 Italy Andrea Larini[29] 1
Hungary M1RA[30] Hyundai i30 N TCR[30] 16 Italy Nicola Baldan[31] 6
26 Portugal Francisco Mora[32] 1–4
555 Hungary Norbert Michelisz[33] 7
999 Hungary Dániel Nagy[30] All
Slovakia Brutal Fish Racing Team[34] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[34] 17 Slovakia Martin Ryba[34] 2–4, 6–7
Italy Team Mulsanne[35] Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR[35] 18 Italy Fabrizio Giovanardi[35] 6
Sweden WestCoast Racing[36] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[36] 19 Sweden Andreas Bäckman[36] 7
116 United Kingdom Ashley Sutton[36] 7
126 Sweden Jessica Bäckman[36] 7
Hungary JLG Motorsport with Zengő[37] CUPRA León TCR[37] 20 Hungary Márk Jedlóczky[37] 1–2, 4
Hungary Zengő Motorsport 55 Hungary Ferenc Ficza DSG 4
Czech Republic Fullín Race Academy[38] CUPRA León TCR[38] 22 Czech Republic Petr Fulín[38] 7
Portugal Sports&You[39] Peugeot 308 TCR[39] 23 Portugal Francisco Abreu[39] All
27 Spain Enrique Hernando[40] 7
Portugal Speedy Motorsport[41] Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[42] 24 Portugal Gustavo Moura[42] 1
Spain PCR Sport[43] CUPRA León TCR[43] 25 Spain Mikel Azcona[43] All
38 Netherlands Danny Kroes[44] BNL All
France MN Développement[15] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[15] 28 France Jean-Laurent Navarro[15] 7
United Kingdom Pyro Motorsport[45] Honda Civic Type R TCR (FK8)[45] 32 United Kingdom Oliver Taylor[45] 6–7
Norway Stian Paulsen Racing[46] CUPRA León TCR[46] 34 Norway Stian Paulsen[46] All
Spain Monlau Competición[47] CUPRA León TCR[47] 35 Thailand Munkong Sathienthirakul[47] 3, 5, 7
Italy Scuderia del Girasole[48] CUPRA León TCR[48] 44 Italy Salvatore Tavano[48] 6
Luxembourg Leopard Lukoil Team WRT[49] Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[49] 46 Netherlands Jaap van Lagen[50] BNL 2
69 France Jean-Karl Vernay[49] BNL 1, 3–7
Italy CRC - Cappellari Reparto Corse[8] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[8] 76 Italy Daniele Cappellari[8] 6
Spain Baporo Motorsport[51] CUPRA León TCR[51] 79 Argentina José Manuel Sapag[51] 6
Belgium Comtoyou Racing[52] Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR[52] 88 Belgium Maxime Potty[52] BNL All
Audi RS 3 LMS TCR[53] 223 France Nathanaël Berthon[53] BNL 7
Serbia LEIN Racing[54] CUPRA León TCR[54] 111 Serbia Nikola Miljković[54] 7
Icon Class
BNL TCR BeNeLux Series
DSG DSG Challenge

Results and standings[edit]

Rnd. Circuit/Location Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team TCR BeNeLux winner DSG Challenge winner
1 1 France Circuit Paul Ricard 5 May Serbia Dušan Borković Switzerland Kris Richard Serbia Dušan Borković Italy Target Competition Not Held Italy Giovanni Altoè
2 6 May Hungary Attila Tassi Serbia Dušan Borković Italy Target Competition Italy Giovanni Altoè
2 3 Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort 20 May Netherlands Jaap van Lagen Spain Mikel Azcona Spain Mikel Azcona Spain PCR Sport Netherlands Jaap van Lagen No entries finished
4 21 May Netherlands Jaap van Lagen United Kingdom Josh Files Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG Netherlands Jaap van Lagen France Marie Baus-Coppens
3 5 Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps 9 June France Jean-Karl Vernay France Jean-Karl Vernay France Jean-Karl Vernay Luxembourg Leopard Lukoil Team WRT France Jean-Karl Vernay Italy Giovanni Altoè
6 10 June France Julien Briché France Julien Briché France JSB Compétition France Julien Briché Italy Giovanni Altoè
4 7 Hungary Hungaroring 7 July Spain Mikel Azcona France Julien Briché Serbia Dušan Borković Italy Target Competition France Jean-Karl Vernay France Marie Baus-Coppens
8 8 July Portugal Francisco Abreu Portugal Francisco Mora Hungary M1RA Switzerland Stefano Comini Hungary Ferenc Ficza
5 9 Netherlands TT Circuit Assen 18 August United Kingdom Josh Files[N 1] Hungary Dániel Nagy Hungary Dániel Nagy Hungary M1RA France Jean-Karl Vernay Italy Giovanni Altoè
10 19 August Hungary Attila Tassi Hungary Attila Tassi Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG Switzerland Stefano Comini Italy Giovanni Altoè
6 11 Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza 22 September France Jean-Karl Vernay France Jean-Karl Vernay France Jean-Karl Vernay Luxembourg Leopard Lukoil Team WRT Not Held Italy Giovanni Altoè
12 23 September France Jean-Karl Vernay France Jean-Karl Vernay Luxembourg Leopard Lukoil Team WRT Italy Giovanni Altoè
7 13 Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 20 October Hungary Attila Tassi France Jean-Karl Vernay Hungary Attila Tassi Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG France Jean-Karl Vernay France Marie Baus-Coppens
14 21 October United Kingdom Ashley Sutton Germany Mike Halder Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG France Jean-Karl Vernay France Marie Baus-Coppens

TCR Europe standings[edit]

Drivers' standings[edit]

Pos. Driver LEC
France
ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
MNZ
Italy
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
1 Spain Mikel Azcona 32 5 12 6 34 4 41 14 9 2 22 5 53 8 181
2 France Jean-Karl Vernay 6 2 11 Ret 7 20 22 7 11 1 6 7 159
3 Serbia Dušan Borković 11 1 55 18 4 7 14 Ret 6 3 DSQ DSQ 24 Ret 154
4 Hungary Attila Tassi Ret 6 23 3 17 Ret Ret2 4 5 1 53 3 11 Ret 153
5 Hungary Dániel Nagy 23 3 7 11 8 6 3 2 14 Ret Ret 12 7 2 138
6 United Kingdom Josh Files 45 15 4 1 Ret 19† Ret3 3 101 Ret 34 2 242 6 121
7 Switzerland Kris Richard 12 14 144 5 6 2 5 7 35 6 12 7 DSQ EX 84
8 Belgium Maxime Potty 11 12 Ret 10 22 3 18 12 73 8 45 4 14 16 76
9 Norway Stian Paulsen 84 Ret 6 Ret 135 5 2 10 8 5 9 Ret 11 9 62
10 Portugal Francisco Mora 21† 4 9 8 DNS 10 Ret 1 44
11 France Julien Briché Ret Ret 53 1 16 15 14 11 8 22 42
12 Switzerland Stefano Comini 20 10 Ret Ret 8 8 4 4 6 Ret Ret 11 41
13 Netherlands Jaap van Lagen 31 2 38
14 Netherlands Danny Kroes Ret 8 8 4 7 9 9 19 12 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret 30
15 Republic of Ireland Reece Barr 5 17† Ret DNS Ret 8 175 6 11 10 16 9 9 10 29
16 Hungary Norbert Michelisz 35 4 28
17 United Kingdom Ashley Sutton 4 3 27
18 Germany Mike Halder Ret 1 25
19 Denmark Jens Reno Møller 9 7 10 7 18 13 6 16 13 9 17 Ret 25 Ret 25
20 Germany Peter Terting 21† 12 8 6 10 5 23
21 Portugal Francisco Abreu 13 16 11 9 9 11 Ret 5 15 DSQ 13 21 Ret 12 14
22 Italy Fabrizio Giovanardi 7 8 10
23 North Macedonia Igor Stefanovski 7 Ret Ret 16 13 Ret 16 Ret 14 15 6
24 Luxembourg Loris Cencetti Ret 9 13 12 14 18 11 11 Ret 13 2
25 Hungary Ferenc Ficza Ret 9 2
26 United Kingdom Oliver Taylor 10 10 13 17 2
27 Hungary Márk Jedlóczky 15 11 12 13 10 21 1
28 Italy Nicola Baldan 10 18† 11 17 1
29 Germany Cedric Piro 14 Ret 17 14 10 12 12 Ret 1
30 Italy Giovanni Altoè 18 13 11 14 18 16 18 18 0
31 Argentina José Manuel Sapag Ret 11 0
32 Sweden Andreas Bäckman 12 13 0
33 Thailand Munkong Sathienthirakul 12 15 20† 15 18 Ret 0
34 Slovakia Martin Ryba 16 19 15 17 Ret 13 15 14 17 19 0
35 Italy Salvatore Tavano Ret 13 0
36 North Macedonia Viktor Davidovski 16 Ret 15 15 DNS DNS 14 18 17 14 19 16 16 15 0
37 Sweden Jessica Bäckman 15 14 0
38 France Marie Baus-Coppens Ret 17 16 16 15 17 19 17 21 20 0
39 Italy Enrico Bettera 17 Ret 0
40 Spain Enrique Hernando 19 18 0
41 Italy Daniele Cappellari 21 19 0
42 Italy Andrea Larini 19 Ret 0
43 Czech Republic Petr Fulin 20 23 0
44 Italy Roberto Russo 20 Ret 0
45 Serbia Nikola Miljković DNS 21 0
46 France Jean-Laurent Navarro 22 Ret 0
47 Russia Klim Gavrilov 23 Ret 0
Portugal Gustavo Moura Ret Ret 0
Belgium Benjamin Lessennes Ret Ret 0
Italy Cosimo Barberini Ret Ret 0
France Nathaniel Berthon Ret Ret 0
Pos. Driver LEC
France
ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
MNZ
Italy
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

Teams' standings[edit]

Pos. Team LEC
France
ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
MNZ
Italy
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
1 Hong Kong Hell Energy Racing with KCMG 45 6 23 1 17 19† Ret2 3 5 1 34 2 11 1 299
Ret 15 4 3 Ret Ret Ret3 4 101 Ret 53 3 242 6
2 Italy Target Competition 11 1 55 5 4 2 14 6 35 3 12 7 24 5 272
5 14 144 18 6 7 55 7 6 6 16 9 9 10
3 Spain PCR Sport 32 5 12 4 34 4 41 14 9 2 22 5 53 8 213
Ret 8 8 6 7 9 9 19 12 Ret Ret 20 Ret Ret
4 Hungary M1RA 23 3 7 8 8 6 3 1 14 Ret 11 12 35 2 211
21† 4 9 11 DNS 10 Ret 2 Ret 17 7 4
5 Luxembourg Leopard Lukoil Team WRT 6 2 31 2 11 Ret 7 20 22 7 11 1 6 7 197
6 Belgium Comtoyou Racing 11 12 Ret 10 22 3 18 12 73 8 45 4 14 16 76
Ret Ret
7 Norway Stian Paulsen Racing 84 Ret 6 Ret 135 5 2 10 8 5 9 Ret 11 9 63
8 France JSB Compétition Ret 17 53 1 15 15 14 11 8 20 43
Ret Ret 16 16 16 17 19 17 21 22
9 Belgium Autodis Racing by THX Ret Ret 8 8 4 4 6 Ret Ret 11 40
11 11 Ret 13 Ret Ret
10 Sweden WestCoast Racing 4 3 27
12 13
11 Denmark Reno Racing 9 7 10 7 18 13 6 16 13 9 17 Ret 25 Ret 25
12 Portugal Sports&You 13 16 11 9 9 11 Ret 5 15 DSQ 13 21 19 12 15
Ret 18
13 Luxembourg Autodis Racing by Piro Sports 14 9 13 12 10 12 12 Ret 20† 12 8 6 15
Ret Ret 17 14 14 18
14 Italy Team Mulsanne 7 8 10
15 North Macedonia LPR Stefanovski Racing Team 7 Ret Ret 16 13 Ret 16 Ret 14 15 6
16 Hungary Zengő Motorsport Ret 9 2
17 United Kingdom Pyro Motorsport 10 10 13 17 2
18 Hungary JLG Motorsport with Zengő 15 11 12 13 10 21 1
19 Italy Pit Lane Competizioni 10 13 11 14 18 16 18 18 1
17 18†
20 Switzerland Race Republic 20 10 1
21 Spain Baporo Motorsport Ret 11 0
22 Spain Monlau Competición 12 15 20† 15 18 Ret 0
23 Slovakia Brutal Fish Racing Team 16 19 15 17 Ret 13 15 14 17 19 0
24 Italy Scuderia del Girasole Ret 13 0
25 North Macedonia PSS Racing Team 16 Ret 15 15 DNS DNS 14 18 17 14 19 16 16 15 0
26 Italy CRC - Cappellari Reparto Corse 21 19 0
27 Czech Republic Fullín Race Academy 20 23 0
28 Italy Race Republic – Top Run 20 Ret 0
29 Serbia LEIN Racing DNS 21 0
30 France MN Développement 22 Ret 0
31 Russia LTA Racing Team 23 Ret 0
Portugal Speedy Motorsport Ret Ret -
Italy Race Republic – NOS Racing Ret Ret -
Pos. Driver LEC
France
ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
MNZ
Italy
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

DSG Challenge[edit]

Pos. Driver LEC
France
ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
MNZ
Italy
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
1 Italy Giovanni Altoè 18 13 11 14 18 16 18 18 200
2 France Marie Baus-Coppens Ret 17 16 16 15 17 19 17 21 20 190
3 Hungary Ferenc Ficza Ret 9 25

TCR BeNeLux Drivers' standings[edit]

Pos. Driver ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
1 France Jean-Karl Vernay 11 Ret 7 20 21 7 6 72 163
2 Belgium Maxime Potty Ret4 10 22 2 184 12 72 8 14 163 146
3 France Julien Briché Ret3 Ret 53 1 161 15 143 11 8 22(?)1 117
4 Netherlands Danny Kroes 82 4 75 9 93 19 125 Ret Ret5 Ret 108
5 Switzerland Stefano Comini Ret4 Ret 8 8 44 4 Ret 11 108
6 Luxembourg Loris Cencetti 13 12 14 18 112 11 Ret 13 85
7 France Marie Baus-Coppens Ret 17 16 16 15 17 19 17 21 20 70
8 Germany Cedric Piro 175 14 10 12 125 Ret 56
9 Netherlands Jaap van Lagen 31 2 55
10 Germany Peter Terting 21† 12 16
11 France Nathaniel Berthon Ret4 Ret 2
Pos. Driver ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

† – Drivers did not finish the race, but were classified as they completed over 75% of the race distance.

TCR BeNeLux Team' standings[edit]

Pos. Driver ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 
1 Luxembourg Leopard Lukoil Team WRT 31 2 11 Ret 85
2 Spain PCR Sport 82 4 75 9 68
3 Belgium Comtoyou Racing Ret4 10 22 2 57
4 France JSB Compétition Ret3 17 53 1 56
5 Luxembourg Autodis Racing by Piro Sports 131 12 10 12 50
6 Belgium Autodis Racing by THX Ret4 Ret 2
Pos. Driver ZAN
Netherlands
SPA
Belgium
HUN
Hungary
ASS
Netherlands
BAR
Spain
 Pts. 

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Josh Files qualified fastest but was handed a 3 place grid penalty for an infraction from the previous round. Files was credited with pole position and awarded the 5 championship points for it despite starting the race in 4th position. Jean-Karl Vernay, who was the next fastest qualifier, thus started from the first grid slot.

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