Comtoyou Racing

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Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Comtoyou Racing
Comtoyou Racing Logo.jpg
Founded2014
Team principal(s)Jean-Michel Baert
Current series Fun Cup
TCR Europe
WTCR
Former series TCR International Series
Noted drivers

TCR
1. Flag of Switzerland.svg Stefano Comini
2. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Frederic Vervisch
3. Flag of South Africa.svg Sheldon van der Linde

Funcup
1. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Sam Dejonghe
2. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Denis Dupont
3. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Mathieu Detry
4. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Pascal Henderck
5. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Dominique Bustin
6. Flag of France.svg Olivier Robert
7. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Maxime Lieutenant
8. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Christophe Hooreman
9. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Michel Nothomb
10. Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Stéphane Evrard

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Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Jean-Michel Baert
Website http://www.comtoyouracing.com/
JNVS Sprl
Type Sprl
Industry Automotive industry
FoundedOctober 15, 2015;5 years ago (2015-10-15) in Waterloo, Walloon Brabant, Belgium
FounderJean-Michel Baert
Sylvie Mulliez
HeadquartersChaussée de Bruxelles 463, ,
Decrease2.svg € -1.393.206 [1]  (2017)
Decrease2.svg € -1.701.984 (2017)
Total assets Increase2.svg € 1.184.585 (2017)
Total equity Steady2.svg € 350.000 (2017)
Number of employees
 (2017)


JNVS Sprl competing as Comtoyou Racing is a Belgian auto racing team based in Waterloo, Belgium. The team has raced in the TCR International Series, since 2017. [2] Having also raced in the Fun Cup for many years.

Fun Cup

Having first entered the championship in 2014. The team raced in the series for many seasons with four or five cars. Having taken many great results, the team kept entering the series for many years. However, the team have never won the championship as of 2016. Frédéric Vervisch join the team sinds the 4td race at Spa. They have 2 Audi RS3 LMS, #1 and #6.

TCR International Series

Audi RS 3 LMS TCR (2017–)

After having raced in the Fun Cup, the team entered the 2017 TCR International Series with 2-time series' champion Stefano Comini driving an Audi RS 3 LMS TCR. [2]
Comini took the team's first podium position in the series, in the opening round held in Georgia. [3]
They finished the season with a 3rd place for Stefano Comini.

Racing record

TCR International 2017
Stefano Comini P3 with 196 pts
Frederic Vervisch P10 with 84 pts
3 victories - 8 podiums

TCR Benelux 2017Belgium - Spa :

Qualifying Long race : Comini/Van der Linda S. : P4

Sprint Race 1 : Comini P1

Sprint Race 2 : Comini P1

Sprint Race 3 : Van der Linde P2

Sprint Race 4 : Van der Linde P1


European VW Funcup 2017 Trophée des Fagnes - Spa : P9 (287) and P12 (291) Trophée de Bourgogne - Dijon : P2 (287) and P3 (291)

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References

  1. "JNVS". Balanscentrale. Retrieved 5 May 2017.
  2. 1 2 "Comini in an Audi RS 3 LMS run by Comtoyou Racing". tcr-series.com. 22 March 2017. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
  3. "Davit Kajaia holds off Ferenc Ficza for sensational home win". TouringCarTimes. 2 April 2017. Retrieved 14 April 2017.