Category: WTCC

Rast goes racing as wildcard driver in the WTCR Nurburgring

  Three significant touring car champions will race each other for the first time when the WTCR (World Touring Car Cup) heads to the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife next month, 10-12 May.

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New WTCR announces Oscaro as Presenting Partner

  The WTCR (World Touring Car Cup) has extended its long-standing alliance with OSCARO under a new, two-year agreement. Oscaro continues the Series’ Presenting Partner and is the world’s leading online retailer of original automotive spare parts.

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Muller and Bjork join forces in 2018 WTCR Season; WTCR new driver line-ups take shape

  The new world Touring Car Cup (WTCR) has announced that former Champions Yvan Muller and current champion Thed Bjork have signed up for the series.

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Sebastien Loeb Racing opt for VW Golf GTI TCR in 2018 WTCR Season

  Sébastien Loeb Racing has opted to utilize the Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR in the 2018 WTCR (World Touring Cars Cup) season.  Having won two titles in the series formerly known as WTCC, Sébastien Loeb Racing will line up in the WTCR this season with the capable 350-hp Golf GTI TCR, which won the TCR International series in both 2016 and 2017. Two touring car specialists will be behind the wheel: Englishman Rob Huff, the 2012 world touring car champion, and Morocco’s Mehdi Bennani, 2016 WTCC Trophy champion, who has been driving for the Sébastien Loeb Racing team since 2015.

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Organizers release provisional 2018 WTCR Season Calendar

  Fresh from its title change from the WTCC to WTCR, the organizers have confirmed the new season’s calendar, which will make up 10 races in several countries. The new World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) is set to visit 10 race tracks across four continents in 2018.

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Volvo Polestar and Thed Bjork receive their first-ever WTCC title trophies

  Thed Björk and Polestar Cyan Racing received their WTCC Champion trophies at the legendary FIA prize giving ceremony at Château de Versailles in France yesterday, exactly one week after securing the double WTCC (World Touring Car Championship) title at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar.

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WTCC becomes WTCR in 2018

  World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) will be replaced from 2018 with new technical regulations, a new format and a new name following a vote of approval by the World Motor Sport Council in Paris on 6 December.

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Volvo Polestar celebrates first WTCC Title with S/V60 Special Editions

  Polestar celebrates winning the WTCC ( World Touring Car Championship) with Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar Performance WTCC Champion Editions

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WTCC hits season finale at Qatar’s Losail Circuit

  The most wide-open World Touring Car Championship season in a decade will go down to the wire in the Middle East next week. 30 November – 1 December, when three coveted titles are decided at Qatar’s Losail Circuit.

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Macau’s Guia Circuit awaits WTCC competitors at season’s penultimate race

  One of the most challenging race tracks on the planet awaits drivers from the World Touring Car Championship when the wide-open title battle resumes on the streets of Macau, from 16-19 November. Back on the WTCC roster for the first time since 2014, the 6.120-kilometer Circuito da Guia challenges and thrills in equal measure. Blending twisty turns and narrow blasts with long, wide-open straights and sweeping corners, the demanding layout also contains a plethora of gradient and surface changes.

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