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KTR down to one for Nurburgring.

KTR will persevere with just a single driver in the latest World Series by Renault round this weekend as they continue their search for a replacement for Guillaume Moreau and Daniil Move.

The Belgian team were left needing to fill two seats after both of their regular drivers left, but while one seat will be filled by 17-year-old Siso Cunill, the second seat remains vacated at the Nurburgring this weekend.

A total of 25 cars will race in Germany now, with other driver changes including reigning Italian Formula 3 Champion Paolo Nocera replacing Duncan Tappy at RC Motorsport.

KTR are expected to have a second driver for the final three rounds at Le Mans, Estoril and Barcelona.


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