Santiago Urrutia is set to take part in qualifying at WTCR Race of Germany after his Cyan Performance Lynk & Co team sprung into action to repair his damaged Lynk & Co 03 TCR.

Uruguayan driver Urrutia, who is making his debut on the iconic 25.378-kilometre track, crashed out in Free Practice 2, inflicting damage to his car in the process.

“I had a problem with the rear and spun,” Urrutia said. “It was a mistake by me and the team is working on the car.”

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