The UICR organises biannual the

Professional Driver World Championship

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The biannual event sees Professional Drivers from across the globe compete in knowledge, driving skill and economic driving technique, of Truck, Buse and Van driving to be crowned World Champion.

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08 September to 11 September 2022

August 2020 postponed to

August 2021

 

 

press release from President Robert Kastner

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In order to become a World Champion, various tasks in theoretical, practical and economic driving have to be solved with as few errors as possible. The aim of the Professional Driver World Championship is the training of professional drivers in knowledge, safety, skill plus economic driving.

The UICR believes that trained drivers have better opportunities in professional life and improve general road safety significantly. To participate at the UICR Professional Driver World Championship a driver must compete and qualify in the National Professional Driver Championships of each UICR Member Country.

 

Croatia has been chosen by the UICR to host the upcoming 2021 UICR Professional Driver World Championship, due to COVID the World Championship was postponed twice, but now it will happen

In Zagreb, September 2022

 

For more information on dates and tasks please contact the office or follow the links below

Professional Driver World Championship Country Medal Table from 2010 to 2018

Professional Driver World Championship National Teams

Professional Driver World Championship Tasks & Parkour

Professional Driver World Championship Vehicle Category

Professional Driver World Championship Past Events

Professional DriverWorld Championship Partners

Professional Driver World Championship Sponsor

Professional Driver World Championship Contacts


2 replies
  1. Lourens swart
    Lourens swart says:

    I was in team South Africa in 2003 Croatia and 2007 Italy.Why does SA dont participated in the World Champioenships any more ?

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