The second racing weekend of the TCR Europe Championship for the best Serbian race car driver Dusan Borkovic was marked by adding 12 new points, as well as big problems with the gearbox on his Audi RS 3 LMS. After two new rounds of competition on the Paul Ricard circuit in France, the Serbian ace now has a total of 48 points.
The best Serbian race car driver Dušan Borković, after the first racing weekend held on the Slovakiaring, collected a total of 36 points and now holds the seventh position in the general classification. On the Saturday, Dušan scored 25 points by qualifying in the fourth place and finishing the first race in the seventh place. He finished the second race in the tenth position and collected another 11 points.
The best Serbian race car driver Dusan Borkovic won a total of 25 points after the first day of racing on the Slovakiaring, at the very start of the TCR Europe Championship. After great qualifications that he finished as the fourth and with seven points won, as well as with an additional 18 from the first race in which he took the seventh place, the Serbian ace is currently in the sixth position in the general classification out of 22 drivers.
The best Serbian race car driver, Dusan Borkovic, will be driving in the TCR Europe championship this season. Borkovic will compete as the driver of the last year's TCR Europe driver and team champion - Comtoyou Racing, in an Audi RS 3 LMS with the starting number 62. Although it was not easy for Borkovic to decide on the championship, due to the situation that is still dictated by the pandemic, believing in the great program of Comtoyou Racing and Audi Sport Customer racing was crucial to his decision.
After eight consecutive victories and a maximum performance of 200 points in the general classification, Dušan Borković officially became the TCR Eastern Europe 2020 champion after the last racing weekend at Hungaroring. The best Serbian race car driver will be remembered as the first driver to finish this championship by winning all the races and winning all the pole positions. His M1RA racing team from Hungary won the team championship title, and in the individual competition Borković is followed by the second-placed Mikica Vesnić and the Czech Jahim Galaš.