In 2021, WTCR will visit eight different locations in Europe and Asia. These include the infamous Nürburgring Nordschleife, which poses a daunting 25 km challenge to drivers, as well as flawless top-level circuits such as the Hungaroring and MotorLand Aragón.
WTCR drivers face even more challenges when they visit Portugal’s Vila Real and the Guia Circuit in Macau, where they tackle tight, twisty tracks through ancient city streets. With barriers on either side and no run-off area, one mistake could ruin your race.
Most weekends feature two practice sessions, a single three-stage qualifying session with two elimination periods, and two races. All rounds have extensive global broadcasting on leading networks in almost every region. A unique qualifying system ensures exciting races, implementing reverse results and qualifying points to keep battles interesting and rivalries alive.