The Royal Automobile Club Belgium has announced that Denis Dupont and Gilles Magnus will compete in the 2019 TCR Europe Series for Comtoytou Racing
After a long period of struggle throughout the 2018 season, Gordon Shedden finally got back to the top step of the podium.
The Audi RS3 LMS TCR was the best overall package at Wuhan street circuit, as the World Touring Car Cup concluded its visit to China.
Thed Bjork was the victor of the third and final WTCR race at Ningbo Circuit last weekend.
Thed Bjork claimed pole position in both qualifying rounds over the course of the WTCR event at Ningbo, raising his season tally to six.
Pepe Oriola controlled the race nicely en route to taking his and Campos Racing’s first race win of the 2018 campaign.
The 2018 season signals a new era for World Touring Cars. So, what should we expect?
Audi, a name synonymous with touring car racing during the 90’s, have returned to the pinnacle of the sport.
Audi Sport will see six cars on the 2018 World Touring Car Cup grid, with Gordon Shedden and Jean-Karl Vernay joining elite customer team WRT.
Shedden and Vernay are reportedly set to line-up in a pair of Audi’s for WRT, according to the Belgian press.
Comtoyou Racing have announced Aurelien Panis as the second of their drivers for the WTCR.
2017 TCR Benelux Series and 2017 TCR International Series Denis Dupont is the first driver to confirm that he will contest the 2018 FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) with Comtoyou Racing
TCF takes a look back at the sensational 2017 TCR International Series season.
Despite a win in the final race, Comini misses out on the runners-up spot by a single point to Tassi.
Tassi is unable to overcome Vernay as he takes the 2017 title.