Levente Losonczy


Levente Losonczy has raced karts since the age of 10, he climbed the ladder in various Rotax championships before trying his hand at car racing by joining the Bohemia Clio Cup in 2019. After three seasons, Levente reached another milestone in his career: he started racing TCR cars in 2022. 

This year Levente is set to race in TCR Italy and TCR Europe with Aggressive Team Italia that prepared an intensive test and race program for him. He will drive Hyundai’s state-of-the-art petrol-powered touring car, the Elantra N TCR at several world class venues, including F1 Grand Prix locations like Monza, Imola, Paul Ricard, Red Bull Ring, Barcelona and the Hungaroring.

The Team

Aggressive Team Italia is an organization that has been involved in the world of motor racing for years by constantly participating in national championships. The team won Lotus Cup Italia championships in 2015, 2016 and 2020 and since 2020 Aggressive Team Italia has been participating with its own drivers in the TCR Italy Championships and Coppa Italia Turismo with the competitive Hyundai i30 N TCR. The team staff is made up of specialized mechanics, track engineers and sporting director, they are able to enhance the potential of the cars, allowing the drivers to always have maximum assistance during the race, thanks also to the correct acquisition and interpretation of telemetry data and video content.

The Race car

Hyundai Motor’s high-performance N brand highlights the company’s goal to create high- performance vehicles that adhere to high standards of excellence, while providing drivers with vehicles that are fun-to-drive and practical at the same time. Every high-performance N model is designed by passionate experts and engineered at Hyundai Motor’s Namyang R&D Center. The vehicles are later sent to Nürburgring, Germany, one of the world’s most demanding racetracks, to undergo rigorous testing and validation. Through this painstaking process, N technology has been refined and reborn. N brand takes its name from the first letter of Namyang and Nürburgring.

Hyundai N’s name and reputation are well-established in global motorsports. Since its debut in 2013, N Brand has built a fervent reputation following its winning combination of everyday sports cars and its rapid rise in rally racing. N brand achieved victories at multiple rallies and races, including the FIA World Rally Championship, the FIA World Touring Car Cup and the Nürburgring 24 Hours Race.

Hyundai Elantra N TCR

In September 2019 design work began at Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing for the Hyundai Elantra N TCR before the car started testing already in June 2020. The World Premiere of the Hyundai Elantra N TCR was held at at the Beijing Motor Show in September 2020. The new model made its race debut at Daytona International Speedway with the Hyundai USA-Support Bryan Herta Autosport team in January 2021 before its European race debut in the four-hour NLS 3 race at the Nürburgring Nordschleife where the Hyundai Elantra N TCR won the TCR class in May 2021. The car returned to the the Nordschleife in June and finished 1-2 in Race 2 of its debut weekend in WTCR. Hyundai Motorsport TCR cars finished 1-2 in class at the Nürburgring 24 Hours. At the end of the season Hyundai Elantra N TCR customers in TCR Europe delivered the car’s first title by winning series’ teams’ championship.


Detailed technical data


Type Hyundai Motorsport 2.0 litre direct injection turbocharged
Power (max) 350hp @ 7000 rpm
Torque (max) 450nm @ 3500 rpm

ECU and power management system


Front-wheel drive


Gearbox Six-speed sequential gearbox with pneumatic paddle-shift
Differential Mechanical with external pre-load adjuster
Clutch Cerametallic twin-disc


Seats OMP competition seats
Belts OMP six-point HANS compatible
Dashboard Compact configurable driver’s display


Front suspension MacPherson struts with adjustable dampers
Read suspension Four-arm multi-link with adjustable dampers
Steering Electric power-assisted rack and pinion
Front brakes 380mm ventilated brake discs with Hyundai Motorsport six-piston calipers
Rear brakes 278mm brake discs with two-piston calipers
Handbrake Hydraulic control
Wheels 10×18 inch aerodynamic rims, designed for Hyundai Motorsport


Structure Hyundai Motorsport designed lightweight high-tensile steel roll cage
Bodywork Steel and composite fibre panels
Length 4,710mm
Wheelbase 2,750mm
Width 1,950mm
Track width 1,780mm
Fuel tank 100 liter
Weight 1,265kg minimum (including driver), mandated by TCR regulations.


Race Calendar

21-23 April 2023

TCR Italy


5-7 May 2023

TCR Italy


9-11 June 2023

TCR Italy


16-18 June 2023

TCR Europe


7-9 July 2023

TCR Italy


21-23 July 2023

TCR Europe

Paul Ricard

8-10 September 2023

TCR Europe

Red Bull Ring

15-17 September 2023

TCR Italy


22-24 September 2023

TCR Europe


22-24 October 2023

TCR Europe


27-29 October 2023

TCR Italy



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