Tom Boardman will continue in the World Touring Car Championship this season, completing a 25-car entry list ahead of next weekend’s season opener at Monza. Boardman’s SEAT Leon is at…
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Special Tuning Racing have signed German driver Rene Munnich for next weekend’s FIA World Touring Car Championship Race of Japan at Suzuka. The 35-year-old runs the All-Inkl Munnich Motorsport team…
Darryl O’Young will race for bamboo engineering again in the final three rounds of the World Touring Car Championship season in Asia after switching from Special Tuning Racing.
The Checkered Flag spoke to Tom Boardman ahead of his slightly delayed return to the World Touring Car Championship.
The first weekend of Special Tuning Racingâ€™s World Touring Car Championship campaign has continued to get worse, as Darryl Oâ€™Youngâ€™s car caught fire in the Sunday morning warm-up at Monza.
Tom Boardmanâ€™s return to the World Touring Car Championship has been delayed with the news that he will miss this weekendâ€™s season opener at Monza.
theCheckeredFlag.co.uk’s 2012 season preview of the World Touring Car Championship – Will Chevrolet doing it again? How will 2011 BTCC contenders Team Aon and Special Tuning Racing fair this year?
Darryl Oâ€™Young has switched to the Special Tuning Racing team for the new World Touring Car Championship season, the team has announced.
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Special Tuning Racing have announced they will run a two car team in next yearâ€™s British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) running an updated version of the S2000 SEAT Leon.
Special Tuning Racing have confirmed that they are aiming to enter the 2012 World Touring Car Championship with a two-car squad and customer works support from SEAT Sport. Team Principal…
Tom Chilton took a comfortable win to close the 2011 British Touring Car Championship, while behind the title battle was resolved in favour of Matt Neal after a tense race…
The second British Touring Car race at Silverstone resulted in a second 1-2 finish for the works Honda team for the day. However, with the order reversed Gordon Shedden was able to take the title fight to final race of the season.
The second practice session for the British Touring Car Championship field saw faster time in general with nine drivers squeezing under the minute mark compared to just two in the opening session.
James Nash became the latest first time BTCC winner, passing then holding off Rob Austin's Audi to win the reverse grid race at Rockingham. Rob Austin got the best of…