2013 WTCC drivers and teams
- 20th March 2013, 14:51 at 2:51 pm #224001
They’ve been using that image for a while, I guess that’s whatever Eurosport provided Sky with to publish in their schedules.20th March 2013, 14:57 at 2:57 pm #224002BendanaramaParticipant
Oh, its the sky schedule. Now I get it!20th March 2013, 16:41 at 4:41 pm #22400323rd July 2013, 19:09 at 7:09 pm #224004
The official poster for the Race or Argentina has been released and it features as picture of José María López as the ‘star’ driver. I’m guessing as he was a Renault F1 test driver he would be ineligible for the Yokohama Trophy.18th September 2013, 8:25 at 8:25 am #224005
Michel Nykjær has left NIKA Racing having run out of funds, his replacement will be announced tomorrow. It’s a shame with him third in the overall standings and jointly-leading the independents’, my hope is they’ll bring in another Scandinavian driver but most likely it’ll be an Asian driver.
Its been my best year in @FIA_WTCC, but sadly it ends here.. Due to financial reasons Nika found another driver.. And the rest is silence.
— Michel Nykjaer (@MichelNykjaer) September 18, 201318th September 2013, 10:51 at 10:51 am #224006Eva TSParticipant
oh, it’s great!!!! Thanks for all the info!!!19th September 2013, 12:30 at 12:30 pm #224008
Former GP2 driver Hiroki Yoshimoto will drive for NIKA Racing in Japan and Macau.22nd September 2013, 12:31 at 12:31 pm #224009
Yvan Muller and Norbert Michelisz did a nice little remake of the Hulkenberg/Petrov start line incident from the 2010 Japanese Grand Prix in race two.12th November 2013, 15:35 at 3:35 pm #224010GirtsParticipant
Latvian driver Konstantins Calko is going to make his WTCC debut at Macau. He is the first Baltic driver to appear in the series:
To be honest, I had not heard about him before so I’m not sure if this is a case of a promising young driver finally getting his chance or if he is just another pay driver.12th November 2013, 22:20 at 10:20 pm #224011Prisoner MonkeysParticipant
The article does say that he has placed in the Baltic championship, which I have admittedly never heard of, but the rules for entering the Macau event are different to the rest of the season, so teams can pick up obscure drivers.
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