Round 08

Race of Bahrain

10 - 12 November




Race 1: 30min + 1 lap
Race 2: 25min + 1 lap



Located in the heart of the Sakhir desert, Bahrain will become the first venue in the region to host a WTCR round. Opened in 2004 and designed by German architect Hermann Tilke, the circuit boasts five different FIA certified track layouts, incorporating many features of local culture. The 5.412km circuit has firmly established itself as ‘The home of Motorsport in the Middle East’, and will host the WTCR prior to the 8 Hours of Bahrain. For its 2022 debut, WTCR will be using the full 15-corner Grand Prix Circuit layout, which offers plenty of opportunities for overtaking.


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Race of France 07 - 08 May
Race of Germany 26 - 28 May
Race of Hungary 11 - 12 June
Race of Spain 25 - 26 June
Race of Portugal 02 - 03 July
Race of Italy – Vallelunga 23 - 24 July
Race of Alsace 06 - 07 August
Race of Bahrain 10 - 12 November
Race of Saudi Arabia 25 - 27 November

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