The World Touring Car CUP released a revised schedule 2020 that includes 16 races over 6 events that are only to take place in Europe between September and November.
WTCR has made few changes in the revised schedule due to the global Covid-19 pandemic all major events were shut down that scheduled in March.
With the collaboration of the FIA the new schedule 2020 will commence on September 12-13 at the Salzburgring in Austria, before proceeding onward to races at the Nurburgring Nordschleife, Slovakiaring, Hungaroring, MotorLand Aragon. The final race will be held on 14-15 November at Adria International Raceway.
The updated schedule declarations means the Hungaroring, which scheduled for March was canceled, it will reschedule for 17-18 October 2020 as will the round on the Nordschleife to support the ADAC 24-hour race.
The Asian stage of the season is over, which means that World Touring Cars will no longer travel to Asia for the first time since the WTCC revival in 2005.
The competitions at Inje Speedium in South Korea, Ningbo in China, Macau, and Sepang in Malaysia are not scheduled for this season because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In order to fit over six events in 16 races, a mixture of two and three races on the weekend is used. The opening two competitions will be played on the Salzburgring and Nurburgring, while all remaining four events will host three races.
WTCR Race of Austria - Salzburgring- 12-13 September , Two races
WTCR Race of Germany -Nurburgring Nordschleife,- 24-26 September), Two races
WTCR Race of Slovakia- Slovakia Ring- 10-11 October, Three races
WTCR Race of Hungary - Hungaroring- 17-18 October, Three races