The 2012 Belgian Touring Car Series, planned to be renamed this year to the Belgian Sprint Championship, is unlikely to take place after a major fall out between the series’ organisers and Belgium’s National Sporting Authority (ASN), the Royal Automobile Club of Belgium (RACB).
The BTCS will cease to be in 2012, being reborn under the Belgian Sprint Championship banner next year, featuring smaller races and will join the support package of the 24 Hours of Spa endurance race in July.
Phillipe Stevény and Didier de Radigues won the 2011 Belgian Touring Car Series after securing second in the final race of the season at Spa-Francorchamps to break Delahaye Racing’s Fred Bouvy’s three-year run on the title.
Philippe Stéveny and Didier de Radiguès move one step closer to being crowned the 2011 BTCS Champions at the season finale at Spa, winning race one ahead of Edouard Mondron and Stéphane Lémeret and the other Kia of Iain Dockerill, Tom Ferrier & Steven Kane.
The Delahaye Racing pair of Ludovic Sougnez and Christian Kelders won the second race at Zolder after a close battle with Volvo.
Kia Buy Way pairing Phillippe Stéveny & Didier de Radigues have extended their points lead in the Belgian Touring Car Series with a race one victory whilst rival Kelders retires.
Delahaye Racing pair Eduoard Mondron and Stéphane Lémeret have taken pole position for race two at Zolder ahead of the Volvo S60 of Vincent Radermecker and Eric van de Poele.
Kia Buy Way pairing Philippe Stéveny and Didier de Radiguès have secured pole position at Zolder for race one tomorrow ahead of Stéphane Lémeret and Eduoard Mondron’s Renault Mégane in the Belgian Touring Car Series.
Belgian Touring Car Series (BTCS) triple champion Frédéric Bouvy has left the series ahead of this weekend’s penultimate round of the championship at Zolder.
Philippe Stéveny and Didier de Radiguès dominated in Spa-Francorchamps, taking a hat-trick of victories from the weekend and assuming the lead of the Belgian Touring Car Series points standings.