KUMHO TCR World Ranking: TCR Europe drivers make big moves after Spa

KUMHO TCR World Ranking: TCR Europe drivers make big moves after Spa

Following the third event of the 2023 TCR Europe championship at Spa-Francorchamps, several drivers have made some impressive moves in the KUMHO TCR World Ranking. Three TCR Europe drivers now occupy positions in the top twenty, while some of the biggest improvements in the standings have come from TCR Europe competitors.


The highest-placed TCR Europe driver continues to be Tom Coronel, who moved up 5 places to sit in 5th position in the standings after breaking into the top ten after the second event at Pau. Coronel has also taken over as the best-placed Dutch driver, with Niels Langeveld slipping to 11th.


Behind Coronel, as well as regaining the lead in the TCR Europe Rookie standings, Isaac Smith moved up 2 places to climb to 13th position in the KUMHO TCR World Ranking. Victory in Race 2 at Spa means John Filippi has climbed 24 places and has broken into the top twenty.


The TCR Europe class win in Race 1 for Kobe Pauwels saw the young Belgian driver make one of the biggest moves of the weekend, up 70 places to 194th place. Lewis Brown, who finished 11th overall in Race 2 just behind fellow Briton and 2012 World Champion Rob Huff, also made a similar 67-point climb and is now 147th. The biggest mover of all, however, is MA:GP driver Viktor Andersson, who gained 79 places and climbed into the top 300 in 287th position.


Dušan Borković might have endured a tough weekend in Belgium, crashing out of Race 1 and sustaining a hand injury, but his determination to take part in Race 2 has paid off in terms of his World Ranking placement. The Target Competition driver has climbed 44 places to move ahead of Milovan Vesnic as the best-placed Serbian driver in 228th position.


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