Touring Car 'Race Of Hungary', 28 - 29 April

  • 16 Apr 2018 3:25 PM
Touring Car 'Race Of Hungary', 28 - 29 April
The FIA World Touring Car Cup is an international touring car championship, sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) as the highest class of competition for touring cars.

International drivers will race in Hungary at the world famous Hungaroring over the course of this weekend.

Located less than 20 kilometres northeast of Budapest, the Hungaroring is famed for hosting the first Formula One grand prix behind the old Iron Curtain in 1986.

Ever-present on the F1 calendar since, the Hungaroring has also become a popular venue for world touring car racing, particularly since the emergence of Norbert Michelisz as a local hero and especially following his pole-to-flag victory in 2015.

Resurfaced for 2016 with re-profiled kerbing to boot, the track blends tight turns and fast sweeps while its valley location makes for an initial descent before a climb back up to the high-speed Turn 4.

Race of Hungary Tickets
Available by clicking here

Dates and times:   
From 28 April at 9:00 to 29 April at 20:00     

Venue: 
Hungaroring
2146,  Mogyoród, Hungaroring u. 10.

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