Round 1

Race of Hungary

21 - 22 August




Race 1: 12laps (52.532km)
Race 2: 15laps (65.675km)



Opened in 1986, and host of the first-ever Formula 1 race to be held behind the Iron Curtain, the Hungaroring is today a multi-series circuit and firm fixture on the WTCR calendar. Located around 20km from the country’s capital Budapest, in the town of Mogyoród, it is a tricky, technical track that incorporates tight and sweeping corners as well as subtle undulation.

Its valley setting offers fans great viewing opportunities around the circuit from where they can watch and cheer on home hero Norbert Michelisz. Although spectators were unable to attend in 2020, Norbert ensured there was still cause to celebrate by winning the Best Lap Trophy, having set the fastest lap time of the weekend in Race 1 with the i30 N TCR.


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Race of Germany 03 - 05 June
Race of Portugal 26 - 27 June
Race of Spain 10 - 11 July
Race of Hungary 21 - 22 August
Race of Czech Republic 08 - 10 October
Race of France 15 - 17 October
Race of Italy 06 - 07 November
Race of Russia 26 - 28 November

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