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Who can win what in the ETCC?

Who can win what in the ETCC?

06/10/2015 12:00

Five titles will be up for grabs when Autodromo di Pergusa hosts the double-points finale of the 2015 FIA European Touring Car Cup in Sicily from 10-11 October. This is a summary of who can win what.

TC2T:
Davit Kajaia leads by 33 points and only fellow BMW drivers Aytaç Biter and Ümit Ülkü can oust him from top spot. However, for Kajaia to lose the crown he’d pretty much need to non-score in Sicily.

TC2:
Michal Matĕjovský’s advantage over Honda driver Peter Rikli is 27 points and the class title will be the Czech driver’s with second place in race one.

Super 1600:
Niklas Mackschin needs 10 points to secure the category honours. Ulrike Krafft faces the tallest of tall orders to deny him in her Ford Fiesta.

Single Make Trophy:
Three drivers can beat Dušan Borković to the big prize. Mato Homola is best-placed to pounce should his SEAT rival falter but still has a 21-point deficit to overcome. Petr Fulín and Andreas Pfister remain in the hunt although Pfister’s hopes depend on Borković non-scoring in Sicily.

Nations’ Cup:
Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey and Switzerland are all in the frame for the ETCC Nations’ Cup with Germany topping the order by 19 points over Czech Republic.

Christjohannes Schreiber will start ETCC Race of Vila Real defending a slender one-point lead in the battle to be crowned FIA European Touring Car Cup champion for 2017.

ETCC Race of Vila Real is set for a live television extravaganza with TVI showing both races as they happen on several digital platforms including TVI Player, TVI24.iol.pt and Facebook.com/tvi24.

Top Portuguese driver Fábio Mota will be hoping to make a big impact on the streets of Vila Real this weekend as he looks to build on his FIA European Touring Car Cup podium double last time out in Germany. This is what the LEIN Racing SEAT driver had to say ahead of his home race.

Top Portuguese driver Fábio Mota will be hoping to make a big impact on the streets of Vila Real this weekend as he looks to build on his FIA European Touring Car Cup podium double last time out in Germany. This is what the LEIN Racing SEAT driver had to say ahead of his home race.

Fábio Mota and FIA European Touring Car Cup rookie José Rodrigues will be aiming for home success when the ETCC heads to Vila Real from 24-25 June. And with Christjohannes Schreiber and Petr Fulín one point apart in the battle for title success, an action-packed weekend is in store on the streets of northern Portugal.

José Rodrigues will make his FIA European Touring Car Cup debut at ETCC Race of Vila Real next week in a Target Competition Honda Civic.

ETCC winner lands WTCC chance

15/06/2017 12:00 - 2017

Manuel Fernandes will go from FIA European Touring Car Cup winner to WTCC rookie when he contests his home round of the World Touring Car Championship in Vila Real, Portugal next week (23-25 June).