Slovakian outfit Brutal Fish Racing will once again run a three-car campaign in this year’s TCR Europe season, with Team Principal Martin Ryba as the first confirmed driver.
CUPRA Racing has confirmed that Mikel Azcona will feature in its driver line-up for this year’s electric PURE ETCR series, alongside Mattias Ekström and Jordi Gené.
Comtoyou Racing has been confirmed as the first outfit to field the new Audi RS3 LMS TCR in 2021, running four cars in the FIA World Touring Car Cup.
Jean-Karl Vernay has jumped ship to sign with Hyundai Motorsport to become a second test and development driver for its Veloster N ETCR programme.
The FIA World Touring Car Cup will use a sustainable biofuel for at least the next two years, after promoter Eurosport Events signed an agreement with German fuel supplier P1 Racing Fuels.
Mike and Michelle Halder have confirmed that they are targeting a graduation to the FIA World Touring Car Cup in 2021, racing a pair of Honda Civic Type-R cars for their family outfit Team Halder.
Sporting format changes for the 2021 FIA World Touring Car Cup were confirmed at an online meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council last night, including provision for a new award for female drivers.