During a truly stunning 24-hour event at Barcelona, Barwell Motorsport and Herberth Motorsport take the fight for outright victory right down to the wire.
In the TCE field at Barcelona, Autorama Motorsport by Wolf-Power Racing capped a sensational season with, bizarrely, its ‘worst’ race.
In 1964, Spa-Francorchamps hosted its first touring car endurance event after a hiatus of 11 years. Nearly two decades later, history is about to be written once again.
The 21st running of the Hankook 24H BARCELONA did not disappoint, with a nail-biting fight to the finish, championships being secured, and records tumbling throughout the 24-hour epic at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. But did you know…?
Four rounds in and with one more to go, it’s time to crown our 24H SERIES Europe champions for 2019. And alongside the standings, there are a few things you should bear in mind during our 24-hour title showdown.
In Portugal, both Autorama Motorsport and Scuderia Praha continued their winning streaks in the 24H SERIES, moving one step closer to the TCE and GT division championships in the process. But did you know…?
Few manufacturers can boast a pedigree in the 24H SERIES like Mercedes-AMG, which includes three consecutive A6 titles and a near record-equalling number of race wins at the Hankook 24H DUBAI. But could another title be on the cards?
Scuderia Praha scored its third win on the bounce in Brno, while Autorama Motorsport took its third TCE victory from four outings this season. But did you know?
Autorama Motorsport by Wolf-Power Racing collects its third win of the 2019 24H TCE SERIES, in spite of race-winning pace from FOUR other contenders in TCR. Further back, Synchro Motorsport breaks its 2019 duck in A3.
Like Spa-Francorchamps, the final fight for victory came down to Bohemia Energy racing with Scuderia Praha and Herberth Motorsport in the closing stages. Further back, a similar duel was developing in the 991 class.