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Three weeks after the season kicked off in Bahrain
, the TCR International Series
is heading to Portugal for rounds three and four.
The event will take place at Circuito Estoril
, arguably the most famous Portuguese racetrack that was built in 1970 and hosted the Formula One
Grand Prix between 1984 and 1996.
After adapting its format to the F1
timetable in Bahrain
, the International Series reverts to its standard scheme with both races on Sunday, each over a distance of 60 kilometres.
The drivers will hit the track first on Friday afternoon, for a 30-minute Free Practice session; the second Practice will be run on Saturday morning, followed in the afternoon by the Qualifying, split in Q1 (20 minutes) and Q2 (10 minutes, for the twelve fastest in Q1).
– the event at a glance
Lap distance: 4.18 km
Race distance: 15 laps
Grids: determined by Qualifying results (Q1+Q2) with top-10 reversed for Race ...