Each National Sporting Authority (ASN) will nominate one driver for the competition, organised in conjunction with the WSC Group. There will be no restriction on drivers’ experience.
The competition will provide entrants with a total of three hours’ track time, split into two 30-minute practice sessions and two qualifying sessions of the same length.
Race one will last at least 25 minutes + 1 lap, while Race 2 will run for at least 30 minutes + 1 lap. Top 10 finishers from Race 1 will score points, with the allocation being expanded to top 15 finishers in the second of the races.
The worldwide success of the TCR platform makes Touring Car Cup an accessible competition for drivers from all over the globe, allowing them to represent their country during this revolutionary motor sport initiative, while a wide variety of available brands will guarantee a strong and diverse entry.
All competing cars must comply with TCR Technical Regulations and each be approved by the FIA. Balance of Performance (BoP) will be published by the FIA in agreement with WSC.
The Touring Car Cup will feature alongside five other disciplines of the event – the GT Cup, Formula 4 Cup, Drifting Cup, Digital Cup and Karting Slalom Cup.
The Sporting Regulations of the FIA Motorsport Games are available at fia.com.