Scandinavian Touring Car Championship

The Scandinavian Touring Car Championship (German: Scandinavian Touring Car Championship, short STCC ) is a touring car championship, which is based in Sweden and Denmark. Almost all races are held in Sweden, one in Denmark. In the framework program of the race weekends are also other national race series at the start. After 2010, the Swedish Touring Car Championship with the Danish Touring Car Championship race fought out some common and the Scandinavian Touring Car Cup awarded both series have teamed up for the year 2011 on the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship.


The vehicles that take part in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship, match the Super 2000 regulations of the FIA.

The starting grid for the first race of an event is determined by a 20-minute qualifying session. The racing driver from the ninth fastest time go in the order of their position at the end of the session to the starting grid of the race. The eight fastest drivers in qualifying then go Superpole from among themselves. Here, each of the eight racers completed a single round, where one gets the pole position with the fastest time. The grid positions two to eight received the second -to eight fastest drivers in the Superpole. At each race weekend there are two races with a maximum length of 20 minutes instead. The starting grid for the first race is determined by the qualifying and subsequent Superpole. In the second race start the first eight racers of the first race in reverse order. The racing driver from the ninth place in the first race start in the order of their placement in the first race. All races will be opened by a flying start.

The distribution of points is carried out according to the scheme 25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1 for the first ten racers.