FIA WTCR Race of Germany

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The FIA WTCR Race of Germany, previously known as the FIA WTCC Race of Germany, is a round of the World Touring Car Cup, which originally was held at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben in Germany.

FIA WTCR Race of Germany
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Race information
Number of times held14
First held2005
Last held2021
Most wins (drivers)United Kingdom Andy Priaulx (4)
Most wins (constructors)Germany BMW (11)

The race ran at Oschersleben every year since the return of World Touring Car Championship from 2005 to 2011. It was left off the 2012 calendar. The event returned to the calendar in 2015, this time hosted at the Nürburgring Nordschleife as part of the 24 Hours Nürburgring weekend. The races are three laps each.[1]


Year Race Driver Manufacturer Location Report
2021 Race 1   Tiago Monteiro   Honda Nürburgring Nordschleife Report
Race 2   Jean-Karl Vernay   Hyundai
2020 Race 1   Esteban Guerrieri   Honda Report
Race 2   Yann Ehrlacher    Lynk & Co
2019 Race 1   Norbert Michelisz   Hyundai Report
Race 2   Johan Kristoffersson   Volkswagen
Race 3   Benjamin Leuchter   Volkswagen
2018 Race 1   Yvan Muller   Hyundai Report
Race 2   Esteban Guerrieri   Honda
Race 3   Thed Björk   Hyundai
2017 Opening Race   Thed Björk   Volvo Report
Main Race   Nicky Catsburg   Volvo
2016 Opening Race   José María López   Citroën Report
Main Race   José María López   Citroën
2015 Race 1   José María López   Citroën Report
Race 2   Yvan Muller   Citroën
2011 Race 1   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet Oschersleben Report
Race 2   Franz Engstler   BMW
2010 Race 1   Alain Menu   Chevrolet Report
Race 2   Andy Priaulx   BMW
2009 Race 1   Andy Priaulx   BMW Report
Race 2   Augusto Farfus   BMW
2008 Race 1   Augusto Farfus   BMW Report
Race 2   Félix Porteiro   BMW
2007 Race 1   Yvan Muller   SEAT Report
Race 2   Augusto Farfus   BMW
2006 Race 1   Andy Priaulx   BMW Report
Race 2   Jörg Müller   BMW
2005 Race 1   Andy Priaulx   BMW Report
Race 2   Alessandro Zanardi   BMW



  1. ^ Mills, Peter (19 June 2014). "World Touring Car Championship to race on Nurburgring Nordschleife". Autosport. Haymarket Publications. Retrieved 27 June 2014.