Tag Archive: WTCR

Jan 06

Records up for grabs in upcoming WTCR season

A number of lap records will be under threat during the upcoming FIA World Touring Car Cup season

Records up for grabs in upcoming WTCR seasonWith the TCR regulations still in their relative infancy, lap times continued to fall in 2017 and more of the same is expected in 2018 when WTCR breaks cover as the category’s top division. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 03

WTCR-bound Peugeot 308TCR unleashed

A significant evolution of the 308 Racing Cup

WTCR-bound Peugeot 308TCR unleashedPeugeot Sport has unleashed the 308TCR – on sale from today and earmarked for the all-new FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR). Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 02

The WTCR circuits of 2018

Here’s a short summary of each one

The WTCR circuits of 2018Nine venues have so far been included on the provisional FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) schedule for 2018.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Jan 01

WTCR 2018: the year ahead

The inaugural WTCR schedule will open at the semi-permanent Circuit Moulay El Hassan in Marrakech

WTCR 2018: the year aheadThe FIA World Touring Car Championship will become the FIA World Touring Car Cup (abbreviated to WTCR) from this season and use the TCR technical regulations under a two-year licensing agreement between the FIA, WTCR promoter Eurosport Events Limited (EEL) and WSC, owner of the TCR concept and trademark. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dec 22

WTCC venues pack WTCR provisional schedule

The inaugural WTCR calendar will open at the semi-permanent Circuit Moulay El Hassan

WTCC venues pack WTCR provisional scheduleThe all-new FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) is set to visit 10 race tracks across four continents in 2018 following publication of the provisional schedule.

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Dec 07

WTCC becomes WTCR from 2018: new rules, more cars, more races

FIA World Touring Car Cup

WTCC becomes WTCR from 2018: new rules, more cars, more racesThe FIA World Touring Car Championship will be replaced from 2018 with new technical regulations, a new format and a new name following a vote of approval by the FIA World Motor Sport Council in Paris yesterday (6 December). Read the rest of this entry »

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