TouringCars.Net was formed in 2010 with the objective of becoming the internet’s most comprehensive touring car news and information resource.

The current website was launched in August 2020 and represents the fourth major iteration of the website.

The team reports on major touring car events across the world, with a focus on the major European and production-based touring car championships.

Aiming to combine high-quality editorial content along with easy-to-access results and supplementary information, TouringCars.Net is an essential guide for all tin-top fans.

We have a respected team of journalists who attend FIA WTCR, BTCC, DTM and TCR events as fully accredited journalists in Europe and Asia.

Furthermore, TouringCars.Net utilises the best in programming tools and data management to handle the internet’s largest archive of touring car data, with the database which we rely on containing over 100,000 individual entries spanning almost 3,000 races. That alone makes the website unique in its comprehensiveness and expansiveness.

As a publication, we also know that data visualisation and engagement is key – that’s why we have invested in using web technologies to bring you comprehensive circuit information and graphs to depict the ups and downs that tell the story of a championship campaign. Even as journalists, we know that sometimes a picture paints a thousand words.

Get in contact for more information, or learn more about the team and how to become a part of it.

Latest News

Ethan Hammerton to stand in for Bobby Thompson at Snetterton

TradePriceCars.com has been forced to field an all-changed driver line-up for the British Touring Car Championship races at Snetterton this weekend, as Ethan Hammerton deputises for Bobby Thompson.

2018 champion Mikel Azcona returns in Belgium

2018 TCR Europe champion Mikel Azcona will return to the grid for this weekend’s races at spa-Francorchamps, where the Spaniard will race a CUPRA TCR run by Volcano Motorsport.

Tom Coronel to complete TCR Europe season

Tom Coronel will complete the 2020 TCR Europe season, re-joining for the final two events at Spa-Francorchamps and the season finale, which do not clash with his commitments in WTCR.

Nicola Baldan to make first TCR start in two years at Spa

2017 TCR Italy champion Nicola Baldan will make a return to the TCR Europe grid at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend, where he will race a new CUPRA Leon competición run by Élite Motorsport.

Yann Ehrlacher maintains championship lead despite sub-optimal pace

Cyan Racing Lynk & Co couldn't quite match Honda for raw pace this weekend, but nevertheless, Yann Ehrlacher leaves the Hungaroring with a marginally bigger points advantage than the one he arrived with.

Consistent performances help Jean-Karl Vernay overhaul WTCR Trophy lead

Team Mulsanne may be a privateer outfit, but with Jean-Karl Vernay behind the wheel of one of their Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCRs, the Italian squad were an ever-present annoyance for the factory teams this weekend.