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2017 Rankings

1.  Lacko 381
2.  Hahn 343
3.  Kiss 315
4.  Halm 298
 5.  Albacete 255
6.  Lenz 184
7.  Körber 153
8.  Vrsecky 150
9.  Kursim 88
10.  Rodrigues J. 70
11.  Smith 39
12.  Brereton 35
13.  Janiec 27
14.  Robineau T. 14
15.  Faas 8
16.  Draganovic A. 7
17.  Altenstrasser 5
18.  Rodrigues E. 5
19.  Gibbon 4
20.  Kleinnagelvoort 4
21.  Vojtisek 3
22.  Draganovic E. 2
23.  Robineau J. 1
24.  Téodosio 1

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2018 ETRC

Provisional

26-27/05: Misano
16-17/06: Hungaroring
29-06/01-07: Nürburgring
14-15/07: Slovakiaring
01-02/09: Most
15-16/09: Zolder
29-30/09: Le Mans
06-07/10: Jarama

2018 France

19-20/05: Le Castellet
09-10/06: Nogaro
07-08/07: Magny-Cours
01-02/09: Charade
29-30/09: Le Mans
13-14/10: Albi

2017 BTRA

26/03 Brands Hatch
23/04 Pembrey
04/06 Thruxton
02/07 Nürburgring
23/07 Donington
10/09 Snetterton
14/10 Pembrey
05/11 Brands Hatch

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Hahn news 2017

Copyright photos: A. & W. Bartscher

According to the Chinese zodiac, this weekend marks the beginning of the Year of the Rooster. Few in the truck racing community will be aware of something like this, or take it seriously even if they were.
If the Chinese astrological forecasts are to be believed, Jochen Hahn is going to be extremely difficult to beat in this Year of the Rooster. (Hahn is German for rooster.) That’s ostensibly because those born in a Year of the Tiger, as Jochen Hahn was, will “by their energy, courage, and abilities” become “leading personalities”.
Should Hahn succeed in defending his title, the bantam from Altensteig would draw level with five-times champion Steve Parrish.
On the other hand the forecast also warns against Icarian cockiness resulting from successes the previous year – you could have your wings melt off should you try to fly too high.
That’s not the only reason why Team Hahn Racing is putting no stock in the zodiac – the team’s constructors are hard at work as they’ve never been before, preparing three all-new Iveco Race Trucks from the ground up.
In addition they’ve also got the customer trucks to get ready for the new season. The workdays here last 12 hours and longer – and Sunday is the only day off.
Few teams in truck racing are anywhere as systematically organised and as professionally equipped as Team Hahn; yet even this seasoned outfit is at its limit.
The crew at the Egenhausen workshops are presently building the chassis; the new Iveco cabs have already been stripped out and reinforced with the regulation safety cages.