The TCR World Ranking takes into account a list of eligible races amongst those of the TCR-sanctioned series/events.
Each series/event is allocated a Coefficient A of level determined by their status.
The ranking of each driver is determined by their last 20 results.
When a driver fails to take part in a TCR event during the last 30 weeks, every four weeks the oldest result will be deducted from their total.
List of classes of racing and their Coefficient A.
Coefficient A5 – International series/events
International series and events include global competitions, including the FIA sanctioned events such as the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup and FIA Motorsport Games.
- WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup
- FIA Motorsport Games
Coefficient A4.5 – Regional series
A Regional series is typically a multi-national series organised across a specific region, such as Europe, Asia, and South America.
- TCR Europe
- TCR South America
- TCR Eastern Europe
- TCR Asia / TCR China (2021)*
- TCR Asia Challenge (from 2022)
- TCR Middle East (from 2022)
* 2022 – pending promoter agreement
Coefficient A4 – National series
A National series is typically a standalone series or championship, with the full grid represented by TCR cars, run under a national licence.
- TCR Australia
- TCR Brazil (from 2023)
- TCR Chinese Taipei (from 2022)
- TCR Denmark
- TCR Germany
- TCR Italy
- TCR Japan
- TCR Russia
- TCR Scandinavia
- TCR UK
Coefficient A3.5 – Endurance series/events
An Endurance series generally includes any series which incorporates TCR cars as a class, or it could be run as a standalone series.
- IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge
- 24H Series
- Super Taikyu
- Campeonato de España de Resistencia
- BEC 6H
- Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie (NLS)
- ADAC 24H Nürburgring Qualifying Race
- ADAC 24H Nürburgring
- 1006km Palanga
- CPV / Super Cars Series (from 2022)
- TCR Ibérico Endurance (2021)
- TCR DSG Europe (2021)
Coefficient A3 – Other Sprint series/events
Sprint series and other events includes all shorter races which incorporate TCR cars as a class within their category.
- TCR Finland (from 2023)
- TCR New Zealand
- TCR Spain
- Canadian SCCC (from 2022)
- Canadian TCC (2021)
- Baltic TCC
- UAE Gulf Procar
- Coppa Italia Turismo
- Race Tasmania (2021)
A Coefficient B is then applied to each event and is determined by the number of entries.
Coefficient 1 = 1 to 5 entries
Coefficient 1.5 = 6 to 10 entries
Coefficient 2.0 = 11 to 15 entries
Coefficient 3.0 = 16 to 20 entries
Coefficient 3.5 = > 20 entries
The points scale
Points are awarded to the driver per each race they take part in, according to the following scale:
1st classified - 45 points
2nd classified - 40 points
3rd classified - 35 points
4th classified - 30 points
5th classified - 25 points
6th classified - 20 points
7th classified - 18 points
8th classified - 16 points
9th classified - 14 points
10th classified - 12 points
11th classified - 10 points
12th classified - 9 points
13th classified - 8 points
14th classified - 7 points
15th classified - 6 points
16th classified - 5 points
17th classified - 4 points
18th classified - 3 points
19th classified - 2 points
20th classified and all other starters - 1 point
The points scored are multiplied for Coefficient A and then for Coefficient B; and then the total is divided by 100.
The new ranking will be posted at midnight (00:00 CEST) each Wednesday.