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Old 23 Oct 2019, 04:47 (Ref:3936339)   #1
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2020 TCR Series

How many events are expected in 2020?

Will teams be allowed to only enter cars at various rounds during the championship as per this year?


Advantage - allows lower budget entries (drivers stepping up from excels etc) to prioritise events and bolster entries.

Against - could see low entries at certain rounds.

At this point in time it appears 24+ entries will be seen in 2020 - looking for to bend and more importantly to even better racing in 2020.
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Old 26 Oct 2019, 15:08 (Ref:3936889)   #2
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Hope to see the Mazda 3 in 2020 here.

This video provides a good background on who did its development.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vf0vnAU6_XU
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Old 28 Oct 2019, 03:02 (Ref:3937247)   #3
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https://www.tcraustralia.com/tcr-asi...alia-calendar/


2020 Calendar

Two Bathurst events - sprint and endurance it would seem.

AGP round part of the Asia Pacific cup - will likely see a big field with internationals

EDIT: Would love round 5 to be at Mallala

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Old 28 Oct 2019, 10:40 (Ref:3937306)   #4
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Seems strange that TCR series worldwide are the very last to announce their 2020 calendars.

Almost every GT, Sportscar, single seater, and other form of Touring series have announced either a final or provisional 2020 calendar, yet so far only TCR Aus & TCR Germany has put theirs out.

Nothing from TCR Europe or WTCR

Wonder if its intentional
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Old 28 Oct 2019, 11:11 (Ref:3937308)   #5
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A lot of the time, they are not the headline act.
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Is TCR set to be shown on Ten in 2020?
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Is TCR set to be shown on Ten in 2020?
Mr Warburton has $s in ARG & heads up 7 ..
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I reckon Channel 10 despite what some have said online that Seven was close to agreeing to a TV deal. I believe, the announcement of changing Bathurst 500km date has pushed it back to December.
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Mr Warburton has $s in ARG & heads up 7 ..
Mr Warburton has far bigger fish to fry at 7 than sign a tiny motorsport category to race 6-7 times on 7mate across a year.

ARG would rather be at 'the home of motorsport'.
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Mr Warburton has far bigger fish to fry at 7 than sign a tiny motorsport category to race 6-7 times on 7mate across a year.

ARG would rather be at 'the home of motorsport'.
10 will show ARG from next year at the Australian Grand Prix. It's 7 rounds + Bathurst 500km
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Who will produce the coverage for Ten?
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Supercars Media?
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Be a good way to quash the “rivalry”
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Deleted. Not thinking clearly again.

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AA reports that GRM has further aligned itself with Vukovic Motorsport, in designing the upcoming Megane RS TCR Evo. The car will feature lighter composite panels, redesigned, stronger front suspension, steering and driveline components, as well as a revised engine. The story mentions increased support for the project from both RenaultSport, and Renault Australia.

A third Megane is on it's way down under, destined for GRM, as well as a fourth Alfa and two Peugeot 308s. Presumably, most of these will be offloaded to other teams.
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