Weekend Racing Wrap: WTCR, F3, IndyCar, DTM and more

Weekend Racing Wrap

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Watch video highlights of last weekend’s racing action including huge crashes at the start of street races in the WTCR and European Formula Three.

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Edoardo Mortara took pole for the opening race as he looked to make up for his disqualification last time out, while it was a maiden pole for Daniel Juncadella in race two

European Formula Three

Ferrari junior Marcus Armstrong took two pole positions from three qualifying sessions at the Norisring, but could he convert either to his maiden European F3 win?

World Touring Car Cup

The Sebastien Loeb Racing Volkswagen Golfs of Rob Huff and Mehdi Bennani locked out the front row of the grid for the first race, but the weekend quickly turned into a disaster.


Josef Newgarden took pole position from his team mate Will Power, looking for his third win of the season.

British Touring Car Championship

A sudden upturn in form saw the BMR Subaru’s of Ash Sutton and Jason Plato lock out the front row of the grid, but would that translate to race pace?


Sonoma is one of the few non-oval tracks on the NASCAR calendar and has produced nine different winners from the previous nine races.

Over to you

What racing action did you watch last weekend? Let us know in the comments.

Next weekend’s racing

Formula 1’s triple-header continues at the Red Bull Ring, with more F2 and GP3 action on the support bill. Also next weekend IMSA heads to Watkins Glen, NASCAR will be racing in Chicago and the World Rallycross Championship moves on to Sweden.

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One comment on “Weekend Racing Wrap: WTCR, F3, IndyCar, DTM and more”

  1. “The Sebastien Loeb Racing Volkswagen Golfs of Rob Huff and Mehdi Bennani locked out the front row of the grid”…
    Then locked out the entire track!
    That was an almighty shunt, both cars completely written off.
    I really like Vila Real, its a great strert circuit, but every year there are so many crashes that it detracts a bit from the racing.

    Good to see Dan Lloyd get a maiden BTCC win. Yes it was only race 3 (partial reverse grid), but he showed his class a few years ago, only for lack of funds to get in the way. Now on the back of him completely dominating the new TCR UK series, hopefully he’ll have more of a fighting chance to commit to BTCC properly.

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