Tour European Rally

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TER - Tour European Rally
TER - Tour European Rally
TER - Tour European Rally
TER H - Tour European Rally Historic
TER H - Tour European Rally Historic
eTER - Tour European Rally Alternative Energy
eTER - Tour European Rally Alternative Energy

The Tour European Rally (short TER) is a rallying series in Europe created by the Italian TV producer Luca Grilli, aimed at "merging the assets of some outstanding rally events in Europe and create a series in order to have an enhanced global promotion".[1] The top car class of the series is R5, but there are also cups for R2, production and 2WD cars. Romanian driver Simone Tempestini was the champion of the inaugural season in 2016.[2]

In 2019 Tour European Rally launched the Tour European Rally Historic (short TER H).

in 2020 Tour European Rally will launch the Tour European Rally Alternative Energy (short eTER ).

Giandomenico Basso - Lorenzo Granai (Hyundai i20 R5) Rallye Antibes Cote d'Azur 2018 TER Skoda Fabia R5 Joachim Wagemans-Francois Geerlandt

2020 TER - Tour European Rally season[edit]

Calendar[3]

Round Date Event Surface TER Overall TER Junior TER 2WD TER Ladies TER Prod / RGT /R4-K
1 20 - 22 March Italy Rally Città di Arezzo, Crete Senesi e Valtiberina Gravel
2 15 - 17 May France Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur Tarmac
3 28 - 30 May Switzerland Rallye du Chablais Tarmac
4 16 - 18 July Spain Rallye de Ferrol Tarmac
5 03 - 05 September Belgium ConXion Omloop van Vlaanderen Tarmac
6 25 - 26 September Romania Rally Transilvania Tarmac

2020 TER H - Tour European Rally Historic season[edit]

Calendar[3]

Round Date Event Surface TER H TER H J1/J2
1 20 - 22 March Italy Rally Città di Arezzo, Crete Senesi e Valtiberina Gravel
2 02 - 04 April Italy Rallye Sanremo Storico Tarmac
3 15 - 17 May France Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur Tarmac
4 28 - 30 May Switzerland Rallye du Chablais Tarmac
5 03 - 05 September Belgium ConXion Omloop van Vlaanderen Tarmac
6 02 - 03 October Spain Rallye Rias Altas (Coeff. 2) Tarmac

2020 eTER - Tour European Rally Alternative Energy season[edit]

Calendar[3]

Round Date Event eTER
1 20 - 22 March Italy Tuscany Green Rally
2 15 - 17 May France Rally Region sud alternative Energy
3 28 - 30 May Switzerland E-Rallye du Chablais
4 03 - 05 September Belgium ConXion Omloop van Vlaanderen
5 25 - 26 September Romania Rally Transilvania

TER - Tour European Rally "Hall of Fame"[edit]

Season Champion driver Co-driver Car Team
2016 Romania Simone Tempestini Romania Carmen Poenaru Ford Fiesta R5
2017 Italy Giandomenico Basso Italy Lorenzo Granai Hyundai i20 R5 BRC Racing Team
2018 Italy Giandomenico Basso Italy Lorenzo Granai Hyundai i20 R5 - Skoda Fabia R5
2019 Luxembourg Steve Fernandes Belgium Olivier Beck Skoda Fabia R5 FS - SPORT

TER 2 Cup "HALL of Fame"[edit]

Season Champion driver Co-driver Car
2017 Belgium Joachim Wagemans Belgium Erwin Mombaerts Peugeot 208 R2
2018 Belgium Joachim Wagemans Belgium Francois Geerlandt Peugeot 208 R2
2019 Switzerland Jonathan Michellod Switzerland Stéphane Fellay Peugeot 208 R2

TER H - Tour European Rally Historic "HALL of Fame"[edit]

Season Champion driver Co-driver Car
2019 Germany Heinz-Walter Schewe Belgium Frank Blondeel Porsche 911 SC 3.0

2019 TER - Tour European Rally season[edit]

Calendar[3]

Round Date Event Surface Overall Winner TER2 Cup Winner
1 25 – 27 April Italy Rally Valli Cuneesi Tarmac Cancelled
2 17 – 19 May France Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur Tarmac France Sylvain Michel Switzerland Jonathan Michellod
3 19 – 20 July Spain Rallye de Ferrol Tarmac Spain Iván Ares
4 6 – 7 September Belgium ConXion Omloop van Vlaanderen Tarmac Belgium Sébastien Bedoret Belgium Gilles Pyck
5 26 – 29 September Romania Rally Transilvania Tarmac Romania Simone Tempestini Romania Mihnea Muresan
6 17 – 19 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais Tarmac Switzerland Olivier Burri Switzerland Jonathan Michellod

2019 TER - TOUR EUROPEAN RALLY STANDINGS

2019 TER H - Tour European Rally Historic season[edit]

Calendar[3]

Round Date Event Surface TER H Overall Winner TER H J1/J2 TROPHY Winner
1 15 - 16 March Spain Rally Moritz Costa Brava Tarmac Sweden Anders Johnsen Sweden Mats Myrsell
2 11 – 13 April Italy Rallye Sanremo Tarmac Italy "Zippo" Andrea Zivian
3 17 – 19 May France Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur Tarmac Germany Heinz-Walter Schewe
4 6 – 7 September Belgium ConXion Omloop van Vlaanderen Tarmac Germany Heinz-Walter Schewe Belgium Paul Lietaer
5 5 – 6 October Spain Rallye Rias Altas Tarmac Spain Jesus Ferreiro
6 17 – 19 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais Tarmac Switzerland Alain Rothlisberger Switzerland Guy Trolliet

2019 TER HISTORIC STANDINGS

2018 season[edit]

Calendar[4]

Round Date Event Surface Overall Winner DMACK TER2 Cup Winner
1 4 – 5 May Romania Transilvania Rally Tarmac Italy Giandomenico Basso Belgium Joachim Wagemans
2 17 – 20 May France Rallye Antibes Côte d’Azur Tarmac France Bryan Bouffier Belgium Joachim Wagemans
3 21 – 23 June Belgium Renties Ypres Rally Tarmac Belgium Sébastien Bedoret Belgium Joachim Wagemans
4 2 – 4 August Portugal Rali Vinho da Madeira Tarmac Portugal Alexandre Camacho
5 8 – 9 September Italy Rally d'Abruzzo Gravel cancelled cancelled
6 18 – 20 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais Tarmac Italy Giandomenico Basso

2017 season[edit]

Calendar[5]

Round Date Event Surface Winner[6]
1 4 – 6 May Romania Transilvania Rally Tarmac Italy Giandomenico Basso
2 23 – 24 June Belgium Ypres Rally Tarmac Belgium Bernd Casier
3 3 – 5 August Portugal Rally Vinho da Madeira Tarmac Portugal Alexandre Camacho
4 29 – 30 September Austria Skoda Rallye Liezen Tarmac Italy Giandomenico Basso
5 26 – 28 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais Tarmac Italy Giandomenico Basso
6 24 – 26 November Italy Rally Tuscan Rewind Gravel Czech Republic Jaroslav Orsák

2016 season[edit]

Calendar[5]

Round Date Event Surface Winner[6]
1 12 – 14 May Romania Arad Rally Gravel Romania Simone Tempestini
2 4 – 6 August Portugal Rally Vinho da Madeira Tarmac Portugal José Pedro Fontes
3 22 – 24 September Austria Skoda Rallye Liezen Tarmac Austria Hermann Neubauer
4 20 – 22 October Switzerland Rallye International du Valais Tarmac Switzerland Sébastien Carron

In 2018, DMACK signed a deal with TER to be the official tyre partner and among other things, name the junior series (DMACK TER2 Cup).[7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About us – TER".
  2. ^ "Standings 2016 – TER" (PDF).
  3. ^ a b c d e "A new season for the TER - Tour European Rally". Retrieved 2018-01-26.
  4. ^ "A new season for the TER - Tour European Rally". Retrieved 2018-01-26.
  5. ^ a b "Calendar of TER Tour European Rally events". www.terseries.com. Retrieved 2017-07-02.
  6. ^ a b "Standings - TER". www.terseries.com. Retrieved 2017-11-10.
  7. ^ "Dmack becomes tyre partner to TER". TyrePress.
  8. ^ "The 2018 TER welcomes DMACK as Official Tyre Partner". Retrieved 2018-01-24.

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