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Partners: FCP Euro VW GTI TCR Sponsors

Why Does An eCommerce Company Have a Race Team? 

Yes, FCP Euro sells European Car Parts online, but this isn't your average parts counter.  The employees are also gear heads, weekend warriors, and enthusiasts just like its customers.  To be a go-to source for European car parts, you need to be a part of the community you serve.  FCP Euro is proud to have the in-house talent to be able to do well in racing and in business.  

About Team FCP Euro

After a successful 2017 season finishing 2nd overall in American Endurance Racing and with team driver Anthony Magagnoli winning Rookie of the Year in the Pirelli World Challenge, Team FCP Euro is back in 2018 campaigning our successful Mercedes C300 in AER and two 2018 Volkswagen GTI TCRs in Pirelli World Challenge. 

Michael Hurczyn

FCP Euro Brand Director & Driver

BMW CCA Driving Instructor since 2001. Track Rat, Club Racer, general tinkerer, FCP Euro brand director, proud husband and father of two. Driver of the FCP Euro sponsored #710 e30, #720 C300 in AER, #71 GTI TCR in PWC.

Nate Vincent

FCP Euro Director of Motorsport & Driver

Pro automotive enthusiast, engineer, race driver, fabricator/builder, aficionado of European cars, husband of a patient wife, and father of twins. Driver of the FCP Euro sponsored #720 C300 in AER and #72 GTI TCR in PWC.

2019 Season Schedule 

AER logo.png American Endurance Racing
FEB 15-17 Road Atlanta
APR 12-14 Watkins Glen International
MAY 17-19 New Jersey Motorsports Park – Thunderbolt
JUNE 14-16 Palmer Motorsports Park
SEPT 13-15 Summit Point Motorsports Park – Summit Point Circuit
OCT 18-20

Mid Ohio Sportscar Course

NOV 15-17 Pittsburgh International Race Complex
TC America TC America
MAR 1-3 Circuit of the Americas
MAR 8-10 Streets of St. Petersburg
APR 26-28 Virginia International Raceway
JUNE 7-9  Sonoma Raceway
JUL 12-14 Portland International Raceway
AUG 30 - SEP 1

Watkins Glen International

SEPT 20-22 Road America
OCT 18-20 Las Vegas Motor Speedway


To transport the GTI genes to the racetrack, Volkswagen Motorsport developed the Golf GTI TCR at its headquarters in Hannover in 2015. During the test and development, Volkswagen worked closely with the racing department at Seat, in order to leverage synergies in assembly and to call on the wealth of experience gained with the Seat Leon Cup Racer. As with the Volkswagen Group’s production cars, the MQB platform also provides many synergies for racing cars, thus reducing the cost of assembling and running the TCR touring car – one of the defining goals during development.

350 HP

(257 kW) at 6,200 rpm


0-62 (100 km/h) mph

160 MPH

Top speed

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