About

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

Lee Holdsworth signs up for 2021 TCR Australia

Experienced Supercars racer Lee Holdsworth has signed up to race an Ashley Seward Motorsport Alfa Romeo Giulietta in the 2021 TCR Australia series.

Shaun Hollamby and Pete Osborne acquire Motorbase Performance

Motorbase Performance will enter into 2021 with a change in management, after Shaun Hollamby and Pete Osborne completed their acquisition of the team from founder David Bartrum.

Josh Cook and Michael Crees retained by BTC Racing for 2021

BTC Racing will once again field Josh Cook and Michael Crees in two of its Hondas in the 2021 British Touring Car Championship, after confirming the duo for their third and second seasons with the outfit respectively.

TouringCars.Net Quiz of the year 2020

2020 has been a year like no other in recent history. Against the backdrop of a global pandemic, it was an achievement to even...

Tom Ingram and Speedworks Motorsport part ways for 2021

Tom Ingram and Speedworks motorsport will part ways for the 2021 British Touring Car Championship season, after competing together for the past seven years.

Team HARD joins forces with Laser Tools Racing to run Infinitis

Team HARD will join forces with Laser Tools Racing for the 2020 British Touring Car Championship, running three Infiniti Q50 cars alongside its four new-build CUPRA Leons.