Ten cars on the DTC 2010 entry list

The entry list for the Danish Touring Car Championship 2010 has been released. The list features ten drivers and five different manufacturers: BMW, Honda, SEAT, Peugeot and Toyota.

While the list is not big, it features some well known names: Jan Magnussen, Casper Elgaard, James Thompson and Jason Watt.

The DTC starts next weekend together with the Swedish Touring Car Championship at Jyllandsringen.

The two championships runs four races together this year, forming a Scandinavian Touring Car Cup alongside the regular championships.

With an entry list of 17 cars in the STCC and 10 in the DTC, the first race is going to see 27 cars on the grid.

DTC 2010 – Entry List

Jason Watt – Team Bygma – SEAT Léon
James Thompson – Hartmann Honda – Honda Accord
Tomas Engström – Hartmann Honda – Honda Accord
Jan Magnussen – Bauhaus Telesikring – BMW 320si
Casper Elgaard – Bauhaus Telesikring – BMW 320si
Jens Møller – Team FDM – SEAT Léon
Kim Holgaard – Team FDM – SEAT Léon
Kim Morgan Jensen – KC Motorsport – BMW 320i E46
Michael Carlsen – Carlsen Motorsport – Peugeot 407
Niels Christiansen – TBA – Toyota Corolla

STCC 2010 – Entry List

1 – Tommy Rustad – Polestar Racing – Volvo C30
2 – Thed Björk – Flash Engineering – BMW 320si
4 – Richard Göransson – WestCoast Racing – BMW 320si
6 – Jan “Flash” Nilsson – Flash Engineering – BMW 320si
7 – Robert Dahlgren – Polestar Racing – Volvo C30
11 – Viktor Hallrup – Chevrolet Sweden – Chevrolet Cruze
12 – Viktor Huggare – Huggare Racing – Opel Astra
14 – Fredrik Ekblom – Team Biogas.se – Volkswagen Scirocco
15 – Patrik Olsson – Team Biogas.se – Volkswagen Scirocco
20 – Mattias Andersson – MA:GP/IPS/Bilsport & MC – Alfa Romeo 156
21 – Johan Stureson – MA:GP/IPS/Bilsport & MC – BMW 320si
# – Roger Eriksson – Ekström Junior Team – SEAT Léon
# – Dick Sahlén – Ekström Junior Team – SEAT Léon
88 – Robin Appelqvist – Appelqvist Racing – Alfa Romeo 156
89 – Claes Hoffsten – MECA – Alfa Romeo 156
96 – Andreas Ebbesson – Ebbesson Motorsport – BMW 320si
99 – Ronnie Brandt – Mälarpower Motorsport – Volvo S60