Salzburgring replaces Marrakech in the WTCR calendar

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The 2020 WTCR calendar was amended, with the Salzburgring replacing Marrakech.

The Moroccan round that was due to happen on April 3/5, has been cancelled and so the FIA Touring Car World Cup's third season will now kick off at the Hungaroring on April 24/26.

The replacing event at the Salzburgring will be run on July 24/26.

The last time TCR cars raced on the Austrian circuit was for the 2017 TCR International Series, when the two races were won by Dušan Borković in a GE Force Alfa Romeo Giulietta and Roberto Colciago in a Honda Civic Type R FK2 run by M1RA Motorsport.

The addition of the Salzburgring at the end of July resulted in a two-week postponement of the Chinese event at Ningbo, from September 4/6 to September 18/20.

2020 WTCR amended calendar

 24/26 April – Hungaroring

21/23 May – Nürburgring

5/7 June – Slovakiaring

19/21 June - Vila Real

3/5 July - Alcañiz Aragón

24/26 July – Salzburgring

18/20 September – Ningbo

16/18 October - Inje-Speedium

19/22 November – Macau

11/13 December - Sepang