Key moves for Tony D’Alberto and Robert Wickens in the ranking

Key moves for Tony D’Alberto and Robert Wickens in the ranking

20 March 2024

Tony D’Alberto and Robert Wickens made key moves in this week’s KUMHO TCR World Ranking, with D’Alberto’s victory in TCR Australia’s Race 1 at Symmons Plains moving him to within three places of last year’s champion Josh Buchan to challenge to be the top current TCR Australia driver in the ranking, while a podium finish for Wickens has seen the Canadian become the top ranked IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge driver.

Buchan dropped one spot in the ranking this week, and is under threat from D’Alberto, who dominated Race 1 from pole position in his Wall Racing Honda Civic, while there were key movers elsewhere, with Race 2 winner Dylan O’Keeffe climbing 43 spots to 191st, and Clay Richards ascending 83 positions to 231st.

Wickens is now ranked 79th overall and takes over from fellow Canadian and team-mate Mark Wilkins, who dropped 13 places this week to 82nd. It’s therefore a close run between a number of the series drivers, with Mason Filippi just one place behind Wickens in 80th, and Wickens co-driver Harry Gottsacker 85th.

The race-winning duo of Chris Miller and Mikey Taylor are close behind in 91st, and are set to challenge the Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai group of drivers should their current form continue.


Picture: TCR Australia

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