TC3 International Series releases its provisional calendar for 2015

The new-for-2015 TC3 International Series has released details about its calendar for its inaugural season, which will consist of 12 weekends, four in Asia, five in Europe, two in South America and one to be announced.

The season will start with the FIA Formula 1 World Championship in Malaysia in March, and will again support the world’s top motorsport championship the following month at Shanghai in China, before returning to Europe for a five event sprting starting at Valencia in Spain, before moving to Portimao, in Portugal, Monza in Italy, the Salzburgring in Austria, and finally at the new Sochi circuit in Russia at the end of June.

The Championship will then head to Argentina at the Buenos Aires circuit where the Super TC 2000 200km is held, followed by Codegua in Chile.

The season will finish off with a supporting slot for the third time with F1 in Singapore, and then the new Buriram International Circuit hosting the penultimate round in Thailand at the end of October.

The final event of the calendar is marked as TBA and will be announced later, but is hotly anticipated to be at the Macau Grand Prix event, hosting the Guia Race for touring cars, with the FIA World Touring Car Championship set to compete there for the last time next month.

Date – Event

29 March – Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia
19 April – Shanghai International Circuit, China
3 May – Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo, Spain
10 May – Autódromo Internacional Algarve (Portimão), Portugal
24 May – Autodromo di Monza, Italy
31 May – Salzburgring, Austria
21 June – Sochi Autodrom, Russia
26 July – Autódromo Juan y Oscar Gálvez (Buenos Aires), Argentina
9 August – Autódromo Internacional Codegua, Chile
20 September – Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore
25 October – Buriram International Circuit, Thailand
TBA November – TBA