The 2019 World Touring Car Cup was full of entertainment. Here’s just some of the highlights…
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After a decade of trying, Norbert Michelisz finally became World Touring Car Champion in 2019. Here’s how he did it…
Norbert Michelisz came out on a top after a blockbuster battle for the title was curtailed by engine problems for Esteban Guerrieri.
A storming drive from Esteban Guerrieri launched him right back into title contention, while Nicky Catsburg’s season went up in flames.
Aurelien Panis took the best result of his WTCR career, while Norbert Michelisz extended his advantage in the championship battle.
Norbert Michelisz establishes himself as the title favourite, but Esteban Guerrieri remains in the hunt. It looks like it’s all over though for Yvan Muller and Thed Bjork.
Reigning GTE Pro Le Mans winner, James Calado, will be plying his trade for both Ferrari and Jaguar this year. We caught up with him to discuss his new electric project with the British team.
Are Mitch Evans and Jaguar finally ready to push for the Formula E Championship title? We spoke to the man himself to find out.
Formula E is set to take over the 2020 edition of Autosport International
Nissan will have a fresh new look in the 2019/20 Formula E season.
Johan Kristoffersson’s victory elevates him into the top ten in the WTCR championship standings.
The WTCR title race has swung back in favour of Michelisz after victory in race two at Suzuka.
Esteban Guerrieri won the first WTCR race of the weekend, while Nicky Catsburg and Andy Priaulx caused controversy.
Johan Kristoffersson will start from pole position in the third WTCR race this weekend, while Norbert Michelisz has pole for race two.
Michelisz, Tarquini, Farfus, Girolami and Haglof have all received penalties for a misdemeanour in Free Practice Two.
A year after his emotional comeback, Tiago Monteiro will start the opening WTCR race this weekend from pole position.