A TCR WORLD RANKING FINAL event will be organised within the four months following the end of the KUMHO TCR WORLD TOUR. The TCR WORLD RANKING FINAL will be held every year, over four days, with a playoff format and 60 drivers taking part: the best 15 drivers classified in the KUMHO TCR WORLD TOUR and the best 45 drivers classified in the KUMHO TCR WORLD RANKING by October 1st. The list of the eligible drivers will be published on October 4th. The TCR WORLD RANKING FINAL will award titles for Drivers, Teams and Manufacturers.

The 2024 TCR World Ranking Final will be dedicated
to customer drivers
New date and venue will be announced in due course
TCR World Ranking Final gets FIA title, new date and customer racing focus

The TCR World Ranking Final, which was originally scheduled to take place in March 2024, will now move to a new date, as well as being recognised with an FIA title. The change in date has been driven by the need to avoid holding two finals in the same year in an already packed calendar.

With WSC and the FIA working together this year promoting the new Kumho FIA TCR World Tour, which gets underway at Vallelunga in April, it’s been decided to move the event, ensuring there isn’t an excess of annual touring car competitions in 2024, with the FIA Motorsport Games also taking place at Valencia in October.

The rescheduled event will be dedicated entirely to customer drivers from the global TCR pyramid, with the entry open only to competitors from the regional and national TCR series of 2024.

Additionally, all drivers which had already registered for the Portimão event will receive an automatic entry for the new date.

The new venue and date - in the last third of the year - will be confirmed soon, with the winners able to celebrate their success at the FIA Prize-Giving gala in December.

WSC president Marcello Lotti said: “We’ve made the decision to move the date based on a series of logical factors. When it became clear we would be hosting two ‘world finals’ in the same year, we had to look at what was best to resolve that, both from a sporting perspective and for our competitors, and moving the event for us makes the most sense.
With the FIA Motorsport Games also taking place this year, to have three annual major touring car events was absurd, and we can now put our full focus on holding our first TCR final, which will now come with an FIA title.
I wish to thank the Portuguese ASN and the Autódromo do Algarve for their support, and for understanding our decision.” 

TCR WORLD TOUR (15)

1 (2)
Norbert Michelisz
2 (1)
Yann Ehrlacher
3 (3)
Rob Huff
4 (4)
Frédéric Vervisch
5 (6)
Mikel Azcona
6 (5)
Néstor Girolami
7 (7)
Thed Björk
8 (9)
Santiago Urrutia
9 (8)
Ma Qing Hua
10 (27)
Will Brown
11 (17)
John Filippi
12 (42)
Tony D'Alberto
13 (12)
Tom Coronel
14 (34)
Kobe Pauwels
15 (51)
Aaron Cameron
(X) Position in the TCR World Ranking

TCR WORLD RANKING (1/45)
Priority List 1

10
Kevin Ceccon
11
Niels Langeveld
12
Mat'o Homola
13
Franco Girolami
16
Ignacio Montenegro
17
Kasper H. Jensen
18
Nicolai Sylvest
19
Bruce Winfield
21
Isaac Smith
22
Jan Magnussen
23
Jack Young
24
Mike Halder
25
Juan Manuel Casella
26
Martin Andersen
27
Jac Constable
28
René Kircher
29
Raphael Reis
31
Adam Shepherd
33
Alex Ley
34
Bartosz Groszek
35
Nicola Baldan
36
Fabricio Pezzini
37
Kevin Engman
38
Michael Markussen
39
Salvatore Tavano
41
Gustav Birch
42
Bailey Sweeny
43
Will Brown
44
Nathanaël Berthon
45
Carl Boardley
46
Marco Butti
47
Robert Dahlgren
48
Petr Čížek
49
Ruben Volt
50
Josh Files
51
Michele Imberti
52
Sebastian Steibel
53
Gilles Magnus
54
Silas Rytter
55
Chris Smiley
56
Denis Babuin
57
Felice Jelmini
58
Lewis Brown
59
'Hirobon'
60
Lewis Kent

TCR WORLD RANKING (46/65)
Priority List 2

61
Tobias Brink
62
Josh Buchan
63
Adam Kout
64
Jáchym Galáš
65
Jonas Karklys
66
Aurélien Comte
67
Viktor Davidovski
68
José Manuel Sapag
69
Jenson Brickley
70
Bradley Hutchison
71
Dmitry Bragin
72
Andreas Bäckman
73
Philip Lindberg
74
Davit Kajaia
75
Aaron Cameron
76
Rubén Fernández
77
Jordan Cox
78
Harry Gottsacker
79
Jay Hanson
80
Galid Osman

Wild Cards
Priority List 3

10
Bernardo Llaver
16
Juan Ángel Rosso
50
Esteban Guerrieri
78
Pedro Cardoso
127
Scott Sumpton
142
Viktor Andersson
293
Christian Skaar

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