It's the only series organized by WSS that has an FWD race car. It's a great mod that has good chassis dynamics and you can feel how the car is pulled into the corner by the front wheels. It has quite a long braking distance, so there are good overtaking opportunities that lead to fun and close racing.
A fixed car setup guarantees equal possibilities, you still can adjust fuel load and brake bias. Have a few liters extra of fuel, your fuel consumption will increase if you increase your pace during the race. If you have too much oversteer during trail braking then increase brake bias. But you are losing straight-line braking performance if you increase brake bias.
Qualifying followed by two sprint races. 2nd race has the top 10 reverse grid starting order.
New track every week. 4 best races from each week count in the overall series standings.
Races every 2 hours.
Point system - TOP 10.
In 2013 SEAT Sport introduced a concept car, based on the third generation of Leon. Initially, it was thought that this would be the car in which SEAT Sport would return to the series with full manufacturer team under the new TC1 regulations. However, SEAT Sport announced that the car would be part of the revived Leon Eurocup for 2014...
The Leon Cup Racer then formed the base for the newly formed TCR International Series. The TCR regulations use this car as a template for the aerodynamic portions of the cars. In 2016 SEAT Sport introduced a TCR-spec version of the Leon with the original Cup Racer still being eligible in the International Series as well as national and regional championship utilizing the TCR regulations. Cupra Leon Competición is the latest version of TCR spec car from Cupra (Seat Sport) introduced in the year 2020.