Next up for the TCR International Series in the demanding circuit of Oschersleben, Germany. Check out the full weekend livestream right here at RD! The TCR International Series returns to Oschersleben’s Motorsport Arena for the second consecutive year. Built in 1997 and partially modified in 2007, this modern racetrack has always been a favourite of Touring Car drivers for its demanding layout that offers several opportunities to overtake and German fans enjoy the door-to-door battles between the cars. Last year, Mat’o Homola claimed his first TCR win in the first race, beating Dušan Borković and James Nash who finished second and third again in the second race that was won by Pepe Oriola. The SEAT cars dominated the event, as they filled the top-five places in both races. This year the TCR competitors will use the circuit’s older layout that includes the smoother “esses” at the end of the pit straight instead of the sharper left-hander. The previous event at the Hungaroring turned out very much in favour of Hungary-based M1RA. Attila Tassi claimed his first TCR victory in Race 1 and immediately encored in Race 2, jumping to the top of the Drivers’ classification in the process. His teammate Roberto Colciago was classified fourth and fifth, which helped him to retain the second position overall, six points behind his teammate. Jean-Karl Vernay of Leopard Racing was a podium finisher (third) in Race 1 and was able to stay third in the standings with a gap of 13 points, while Stefano Comini, who had arrived in Hungary as the series leader, had a disappointing weekend and dropped to fourth. However, the Comtoyou Racing driver remains within striking distance, 25 points behind Tassi. Pepe Oriola of Lukoil Craft-Bamboo ranked fifth and second in the two Hungarian races and remains in contention for the title fight; fifth in the standings with a gap of 42 points 2017 Oschersleben, TCR Qualifying - Saturday 8th July - 12:53 GMT / 14:53 CET 2017 Oschersleben, TCR Round 13 - Sunday 9th July - 10:23 GMT / 12:23 CET 2017 Oschersleben, TCR Round 14 - Sunday 9th July - 12:28 GMT / 14:28 CET The Drivers Standings (after 12 of 20 races) Attila Tassi - 151 Roberto Colciago - 145 Jean-Karl Vernay - 138 Stefano Comini - 126 Pepe Oriola -109 Dušan Borković - 82 James Nash - 74 Davit Kajaia - 59 Frédéric Vervisch - 53 Hugo Valente - 46 Mat'o Homola - 45 Benjamin Lessennes - 31 Norbert Michelisz - 31 Ferenc Ficza - 31 Rob Huff - 27 Giacomo Altoè - 27 Thomas Jäger - 25 Gianni Morbidelli - 22 Jens Reno Møller - 21 Pierre-Yves Corthals - 19 Edouard Mondron - 18 Daniel Lloyd - 14 Tom Coronel - 4 Stian Paulsen - 4 The Calendar April 2: Rustavi International Motopark, Georgia April 16: Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain* May 7: Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium** May 14: Monza June 11: Salzburgring, Austria July 2: Hungaroring, Hungary July 9: Oschersleben, Germany September 3: Chang International Circuit, Thailand October 8: Korea / China November 26: Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi* *denotes F1 support race ** denotes WEC support race The Entry List #1 Comtoyou Racing Stefano Comini (SUI) Audi RS 3 LMS TCR #2 Leopard Racing Team WRT Jean-Karl Vernay (FRA) Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR #3 Leopard Racing Team WRT Rob Huff (GBR) Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR #5 M1RA Roberto Colciago (ITA) Honda Civic Type-R TCR #6 Comtoyou Racing Frédéric Vervisch (BEL) Audi RS 3 LMS TCR #8 Junior Team Engstler Luca Engstler (GER) Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR #9 M1RA Attila Tassi (HUN) Honda Civic Type-R TCR #10 West Coast Racing Gianni Morbidelli (ITA) Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR #11 Reno Racing Jens Reno Møller (DEN) Honda Civic Type-R TCR #14 Leopard Racing Team WRT Jaap van Lagen (NED) Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR #16 GE-Force Davit Kajaia (GEO) Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR #17 Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing Daniel Lloyd (GBR) SEAT León TCR #18 Icarus Motorsports Duncan Ende (USA) SEAT León TCR #21 West Coast Racing Giacomo Altoè (ITA) Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR #28 Boutsen Ginion Racing Aurélien Panis (FRA) Honda Civic Type-R TCR #31 ASK Vesnić Milovan Vesnić (SRB) Audi RS 3 LMS TCR #34 Stian Paulsen Racing Stian Paulsen (NOR) SEAT León TCR #38 Ferry Monster Autosport Danny Kroes (NED) SEAT León TCR #54 Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing James Nash (GBR) SEAT León TCR #55 Zengő Motorsport Ferenc Ficza (HUN) KIA cee’d TCR #62 GE-Force Dušan Borković (SRB) Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR #66 DG Sport Compétition Grégoire Demoustier (FRA) Opel Astra TCR #70 DG Sport Compétition Mat’o Homola (SVK) Opel Astra TCR #74 Lukoil Craft-Bamboo Racing Pepe Oriola (ESP) SEAT León TCR You can catch all the action here at RaceDepartment from 12:53 GMT on Saturday for qualifying. Races one and two take place on Sunday 9th July from 10:23 GMT. As an added bonus check out the TCR magazine HERE! Keep an eye out at RaceDepartment during 2017 as we look to stream more live racing than ever before. It's going to be a great event and a great year ahead! Drop a comment or two below about the fifth weekend of the 2017 TCR International Series with your fellow community members and sit back and enjoy the broadcast Happy viewing everyone!