TCR Australia to make racing debut at the Australian Grand Prix
The TCR Australia Series is pleased to confirm that it will make its official track debut at the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix this week.
In a special guest appearance, one of HMO Customer Racing’s Hyundai i30 N TCR car will compete in the popular Ultimate Speed Comparison.
With the assistant of the handicapper's stopwatch, the TCR machine will race alongside its road-going i30 N variant and the V10 Cosworth-powered Minardi two-seater F1 car.
The Hyundai TCR car will be driven by Nathan Morcom, while Hyundai test pilot and international rally driver Brendan Reeves will drive the road-going i30.
This event will mark the first official competition for a TCR Series car in Australia ahead of its opening round of the 2019 series at Sydney Motorsport Park on May 17-19.
The Ultimate Speed Comparison will be held four times over the Australian Grand Prix weekend. See below for dates and times of the competition.
Thursday, March 14
5:55pm, Race 1
Friday, March 15
2:30pm, Race 2
Saturday, March 16
4:00pm, Race 3
Sunday March 17
11:10am, Race 4