Rob Huff's consistent weekend at Bathurst, following on from a race-winning weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park, not only sees the 2012 world champion head to Macau as the joint-leader in the KUMHO TCR World Tour, but also as the new No.1 driver in the ranking, deposing his Audi Sport Team Comtoyou team-mate Frédéric Vervisch after an eleven-week reign.
Josh Buchan made a 14-place gain in the ranking this week following a consistent weekend in the TCR Australia season finale, in which he wrapped up the 2023 drivers' title.
Buchan is now in 34th, just nine places behind Will Brown, who after a tricky Bathurst, slipped four places in the ranking to 25th this week.
Thed Björk has made significant progress in the ranking this season, and with Cyan Racing's chief defender, helping his team-mate Yann Ehrlacher out in his title battle at the weekend, Björk has now broken into the top ten for the first time, climbing to eighth place.
While Tony D'Alberto ended his season on a high with a pair of wins in the TCR Australia series in the all-new Honda Civic Type R FL5 TCR, and just a week after breaking back into the top 100, now shoots up 39 places to 44th overall.
With a number of the Australian series' stars also entering the top 100 this week, including Tom Oliphant, Lachlan Mineeff, and Ben Bargwanna, nine drivers from the series are now within the top century of all TCR competitors around the world.