The best Serbian race car driver Dusan Borkovic finished the sixth consecutive race with a victory and the maximum number of points, and thus one weekend before the end of the championship he secured the title of the TCR Eastern Europe. The Serbian ace now has the maximum of 150 points in the general standings, 84 more than the second-placed driver which enables him a solid position at the top before the finishing round of the championship at Hungaroring.

Saturday, 05 September 2020 15:47


The best Serbian race car driver Dušan Borković achieved another brilliant victory in TCR Eastern Europe and scored another 25 points in the first race on the Brno racetrack. In the general rankings Borkovic dominates with the maximum 125 points won so far and and a 77 point gap.
After an excellent qualifications and winning the pole position for both races, Borković held the first position firmly with a great start and an excellent run throughout the race and passed the finish line with almost eight seconds advantage over the second-placed Sandro Soubek who left the polish driver Jablonski behind him in the third place.

The best Serbian race car driver Dušan Borković, won a maximum of 50 points at the Slovakiaring, and for the second time during this racing weekend he climbed up to the podium. After four convincing victories in Croatia and Slovakia, the Serbian ace with 100 points keeps the first place in the overall classification of TCR Eastern Europe.

The best Serbian race car driver Dušan Borković won another 25 points by winning the first race on the Slovakiaring track and strengthened his leadership position in the general classification of the TCR Eastern Europe championship with the maximum 75 points. Excellent qualifications enabled the Serbian ace a pole position in both races and promised a successful weekend in Slovakia.

The best Serbian race car driver Dusan Borkovic started his TCR Easter Europe debut season with a pole position and a double victory.

Borkovic and M1RA racing team had a perfect qualifying session that resulted in a pole position and the first starting positions for both races of TCR Eastern Europe’s first weekend at Grobnik, Croatia. Borkovic had almost a 1 second gap compared to his closest rival in qualifying with a lap time of 1:29.636.

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