European Truck Racing Championship

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European Truck Racing Championship
FIA European Truck Racing Championship.png
CountryEurope
Inaugural season1985
2006 (current format)
Drivers23 (2016)
Teams5 (2016)
Drivers' championGermany Jochen Hahn
Official websitefiaetrc.com
Motorsport current event.svg Current season

The FIA European Truck Racing Championship is a motorsport road racing series for truck tractor units which is sanctioned to the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile and is organised by ETRA Promotion GmbH.[1]

Spain Grand Prix 2013

Champions[edit]

1985–1993[edit]

Season Class A Class B Class C
1985 United Kingdom Rod Chapman Ford Cargo United Kingdom Richard Walker Leyland France Yves Barrat Renault
1986 United Kingdom Mel Lindsay Leyland Roadtrain Sweden Slim Borgudd Volvo White Sweden Curt Göransson Volvo N12
1987 United Kingdom Rod Chapman Ford Cargo United Kingdom George Allen Volvo White Sweden Slim Borgudd Volvo White
1988 France Gérard Cuynet Ford Cargo Sweden Curt Göransson Volvo N12 Sweden Rolf Björk Scania T143M
1989 United Kingdom Rod Chapman Volvo N12 Sweden Curt Göransson Volvo N12 West Germany Thomas Hegmann Mercedes-Benz 1450-S
1990 Germany Axel Hegmann Mercedes-Benz Sweden Curt Göransson Volvo N12 United Kingdom Steve Parrish Mercedes-Benz 1450
1991 United Kingdom Richard Walker Volvo White Aero Finland Jokke Kallio Sisu SR 340 Germany Gerd Körber Phoenix MAN
1992 United Kingdom Richard Walker Volvo White Aero Finland Jokke Kallio Sisu SR 340 United Kingdom Steve Parrish Mercedes-Benz 1450-S
1993 France Gérard Cuynet Mercedes-Benz 1733-S Finland Harri Luostarinen Sisu SR 340 Revolution United Kingdom Steve Parrish Mercedes-Benz 1450-S

1994–2005 (FIA European Cups)[edit]

Season Super-Race-Trucks Race-Trucks
1994 United Kingdom Steve Parrish Mercedes-Benz 1834-S Sweden Boije Ovebrink Volvo NL12
1995 Sweden Slim Borgudd Mercedes-Benz 1834-S Czech Republic Martin Koloc Sisu SR 340
1996 United Kingdom Steve Parrish Mercedes-Benz 1834-S Czech Republic Martin Koloc Sisu SR 340
1997 Finland Harri Luostarinen Caterpillar TRD Germany Heinz-Werner Lenz Mercedes-Benz 1938-S
1998 France Ludovic Faure Mercedes-Benz Atego Renntruck Germany Heinz-Werner Lenz Mercedes-Benz 1938-S
1999 Germany Fritz Kreutzpointner MAN 18.423 FT Germany Heinz-Werner Lenz Mercedes-Benz 1938-S
2000 Finland Harri Luostarinen Caterpillar TRD France Noël Crozier MAN 19.414
2001 Germany Fritz Kreutzpointner MAN TR 1400 Germany Lutz Bernau MAN 19.414
2002 Germany Gerd Körber Buggyra MK 002 Austria Egon Allgäuer MAN TGA
2003 Germany Gerd Körber Buggyra MK 002/B Germany Lutz Bernau MAN TGA
2004 Germany Markus Oestreich VW Titan United Kingdom Stuart Oliver MAN TGA
2005 Germany Ralf Druckenmüller VW Titan Spain Antonio Albacete MAN TGA
Year Super-Race-Trucks B
2001 Czech Republic Stan Matějovský Tatra

2006–current (FIA European Championships)[edit]

Season Driver Truck
2006 Spain Antonio Albacete MAN TGA
2007 Switzerland Markus Bösiger Buggyra
2008 Czech Republic David Vrsecky Buggyra
2009 Czech Republic David Vrsecky Buggyra
2010 Spain Antonio Albacete MAN TGS
2011 Germany Jochen Hahn MAN TG
2012 Germany Jochen Hahn MAN TG
2013 Germany Jochen Hahn MAN TGS
2014 Hungary Norbert Kiss MAN
2015 Hungary Norbert Kiss MAN
2016 Germany Jochen Hahn MAN TGS
2017 Czech Republic Adam Lacko Buggyra
2018 Germany Jochen Hahn Iveco Stralis
2019 Germany Jochen Hahn Iveco Stralis

Grammer Truck Cup[edit]

From 2017, the series began running the Grammer Truck Cup within the regular drivers championship. The competition is reserved for drivers given a "Chrome" rating by the sanctioning body; drivers are considered "Chrome" unless their past performance merits the rank of "Titan".1

Season Driver Truck
2017 Portugal José Rodrigues MAN
2018 United Kingdom Shane Brereton MAN
2019 United Kingdom Oliver Janes Freightliner

Notes[edit]

1 Titan rank is awarded to drivers who have either A) won the ETRC championship within the previous 10 years, B) finished in the top 10 in the championship standings the previous season, C) has finished 6th or better in any super pole session in the previous season, D) is ranked gold or platinum in the FIA's driver ranking system, or E) is judged to have had outstanding performance even if none of the previous conditions were met.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Truck Racing Championship". Federation Internationale de l'Automobile. 22 January 2015. Retrieved 19 July 2019.
  2. ^ "GRAMMER TRUCK CUP". FIAETRC.com. FIA European Truck Racing Championship.

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