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Lynk & Co Cyan Racing has announced its intention to enter the new TCR World Tour – before the initiative has confirmed its full calendar.
The boss of the World Touring Car Cup has stated his hope that Cyan Lynk & Co will return next year, following its dramatic mid-season withdrawal over tyre safety concerns.
OPINION: The manner in which Cyan Racing withdrew its five Lynk & Cos immediately before the two WTCR races at Vallelunga, citing tyre safety concerns, was perplexing. It has created a situation that appears difficult to resolve, at a time of great uncertainty for a series that is already at a low ebb
Thed Bjork converted pole position into victory in the first race of the World Touring Car Cup's Zandvoort weekend, with Yvan Muller completing a one-two for Cyan Racing
Thed Bjork scored his first pole position of the World Touring Car Cup season as Cyan Racing's Lynk & Co 03 cars locked out the top three positions at Zandvoort
Cyan Racing driver Thed Bjork set the pace across Friday's two World Touring Car Cup practice sessions at the returning Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix venue Zandvoort
Thed Bjork put Cyan Racing's new Lynk & Co 03 on top in second practice for the 2019 World Touring Car Cup season opener in Marrakech
World Touring Car Cup teams' champion Cyan Racing's first fight in 2019 will be "with ourselves" as it attempts to understand its new Lynk & Co challenger, says Thed Bjork
World Touring Car Cup teams' champion Cyan Racing says it found its year of running Hyundais "really awkward", having worked exclusively with Volvo on its previous motorsport projects
Yann Ehrlacher has completed Cyan Racing's Lynk & Co World Touring Car Cup line-up for the 2019 season
Three-time world champion Andy Priaulx has joined Cyan Racing's Lynk & Co World Touring Car Cup programme for 2019
Cyan Racing has started testing its TCR challenger ahead of its move to the World Touring Car Cup for 2019
Yvan Muller will race for the new Cyan Racing Lynk & Co outfit in the World Touring Car Cup next season
Cyan Racing, the operation that ran Volvo's 2017 title-winning World Touring Car Championship programme, will return to World Touring Cars in 2019 after unveiling a car built to TCR regulations
The Cyan Racing outfit behind Volvo's 2017 World Touring Car Championship title victories is working on a new touring car project with Geely automotive brand Lynk & Co