After a positive debut in TCR Europe, where he was able to place twice on the podium at the two races that the Hungaroring hosted at the wheel of the Hyundai Elantra N of Aggressive Team Italia, Kevin Ceccon was the author of another step forward in the TCR World Ranking. The driver from Bergamo, who just came back in the top 1 after his comeback in the Touring car racing world at the TCR Festival in Vallelunga, was able to climb the rankings again, gaining four more positions and stopping in 11th place, only 0,35 points behind the top 10.
Born at the end of the 2022 season, the TCR World Ranking collects all the results from all the touring car dedicated series and turns them into a specially created points ranking by WSC. Ceccon, who reached the sixth position last July, is back gaining positions in the world ranking after almost one year of taking a break from touring car racing. The driver born in 1993 is now right behind the top 10 thanks to the two third places obtained in the Magyar weekend of the TCR Europe, a weekend that marked his debut in the continental series.