Dušan Borković, the best Serbian race car driver, won 55 points on the fourth racing weekend at the famous Hungaroring track in Hungary. After two races, Borković secured fourth place overall in the TCR Europe and moved forward in the TCR World Ranking. In qualifying, he showed masterful driving in competition with the world's best drivers, winning 10th place for the first race and the pole position for the second race.

The best Serbian driver, Dušan Borković, after a great weekend in Pau, France, where he scored a victory and a second place, collected incredible 23 points on one of the most complex tracks in the world, Spa Francochamps. In the first race he suffered a heavy blow, a stiff neck and a badly sprained thumb after an incident with a young Australian, B. Bergwanna. Until the last moment, it was uncertain whether the Serbian champion would be able to drive the second race. However, the great will to represent Serbia in the world competition pushed Borković to go out on the track and achieve exceptional success with the fourth position in the TCR Europe general classification and the sixth position in the second race.

Borkovic's win in the first race and the second place in the second race earned him a total of 82 new points in the TCR Europe and more points for TCR World Ranking. Thus, the best Serbian race car driver secured the third position in TCR Europe’a general classification.

The best Serbian race car driver, Dusan Borkovic, won the first race on the street circuit in Pau in France during the second weekend of the TCR World Ranking, which the Serbian ace drives on the TCR Europe calendar.

The best Serbian race car driver, Dusan Borkovic, won a total of 30 points for the weekend, and a fourth position in the first race during the first weekend of this season in Portugal at the Algarve International Circuit, which the Serbian ace is driving by the TCR Europe calendar and also in the fight for the best placement in the TCR World Rankings. The results of the TCR World Ranking will follow on Wednesday, when all the championships around the world are combined.

During the second race, Dusan successfully avoided a collision between the two drivers Girolami and Pauwels. However, when the young competitor Pauwels improperly joined the track, there was an incident in which Borkovic received a direct hit from him and almost flipped to the roof. The damage from the hit made it impossible for Borkovic to continue the race, leaving him with minor injuries and no points in the second race. Dusan currently shares ninth place in the overall standings of the TCR Europe Championship.

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