The WTCR − FIA World Touring Automobile Cup will #RaceToCare when the eagerly anticipated 2020 season gets underway at WTCR Bustle of Belgium this week (September 11-13).
In reinforce of the FIA’s #PurposeDriven hurry to reach to racing with a clear cause, WTCR promoter Eurosport Events will donate €1 for every kilometre finished by every all-season driver in every qualifying session and hump in 2020.
Drivers and other contributors of the WTCR community, plus stakeholders may be provided the replace to damage similar donations with the goal of elevating €100,000 by the pinnacle of the season.
Eurosport Events will then divide the full quantity raised, in the fight in opposition to COVID-19, between one healthcare facility of its picking in every of the six countries the establish the WTCR visits, namely Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovakia and Spain.
François Ribeiro, Head of Eurosport Events, the WTCR promoter, said: “Eurosport Events and the WTCR family had a firm resolve on that after it turned into as soon as favorable and upright to reach to racing, we would attain so with a clear cause to attain one thing for the healthcare professionals that private long previous to sizable lengths to attend of us one day of these extremely tricky pandemic cases. We felt we may well per chance additionally merely no longer ride again racing without doing one thing in the event you had been very dedicated to fight COVID-19, and without whom there can be no global racing events.
“We can donate €1 for every kilometre finished by every all-season driver in every qualifying session and hump in 2020. We are calling on the drivers and other contributors of the WTCR community and stakeholders to identify in tips making their personal similar donations with the goal of elevating €100,000 by the pinnacle of the season.”
The 2020 WTCR season kicks off at Circuit Zolder in Belgium for a in the again of-closed-doorways weekend of spectacular motion broadcast dwell and on-line at some stage in the sphere.
To procure out more about the FIA’s #PurposeDriven hurry and the name to motion, click on here.