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17 January 2013 

TMG is pleased to confirm the schedule for the very first TMG GT86 Cup, which will run as part of the Nürburgring-based VLN championship this year.

As preparations continue at full throttle, the final schedule has been revealed for the Cup, which is based on the TMG GT86 CS-V3 race car.

The first-ever TMG GT86 Cup - the only official race competition in the world dedicated to TOYOTA’s incredible GT86 car - will begin on 23 March and end on 26 October.

The full calendar is as follows:

23 Mar              ADAC Westfalenfahrt

13 Apr               DMV 4-Stunden-Rennen

27 Apr               ADAC ACAS H&R Cup

22 Jun               Adenauer ADAC Simfy Trophy

20 Jul                ADAC Reinoldus-Langstreckenrennen

24 Aug              ADAC Ruhr-Pokal-Rennen

14 Sep              RCM DMV Grenzlandrennen

28 Sep              ADAC Barbarossapreis

12 Oct               ROWE 250-Meilen-Rennen

26 Oct               DMV Münsterlandpokal

Attractive prizes for race and season results totaling around €50,000 combine with the GT86 CS-V3 car, which is available for €45,815 (including German VAT), for a cost-effective way to participate in one of Europe’s leading motorsport series.

The annual entry fee of €2,500 also includes additional benefits such as a TMG GT86 Cup-branded race suit, VIP hospitality packages and exclusive reductions on tyres and spare parts at the race track.

So far TMG is pleased to report strong interest in the concept, with cars already being delivered to customers.

Although not part of the TMG GT86 Cup calendar, the car is eligible to compete in the Nürburgring 24 Hours in the V3 class, which was won by the prototype GT86 CS-V3 in 2012.

For details on how to order a race-ready GT86 CS-V3, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Detailed specifications are available here.

For specific queries regarding the TMG GT86 Cup, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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