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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.

Guerrieri ‘really happy’ with maiden pole, but remains focused for the race

ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport's Esteban Guerrieri took a emphatic pole position for the first round of the 2019 WTCR season, and looks forward to the race after setting a time over two-tenths clear of the field.

Esteban Guerrieri claims maiden WTCR pole for the first race in Marrakech

Münnich Motorsport's Esteban Guerrieri secured the first pole position of the 2019 World Touring Car Cup, and his first in the WTCR, on the streets of Marrakech, pipping Lynk & Co's Yvan Muller with a lap of 1m24.773.

Thed Björk files the fastest time in second practice in Marrakech

Thed Björk put the new Lynk & Co 03 TCR car at the top of the times in second practice for the FIA World Touring Car Cup in Marrakech, heading off the Honda of Esteban Guerrieri by just under a tenth of a second.

Aurélien Panis tops first practice on drying track in Marrakech

Aurélin Panis set the pace in a changeable first FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) practice in Marrakech, putting his CUPRA ahead of the Audi of Jean-Karl Vernay, as drivers battled with a drying track surface.

Niels Langeveld ‘respects’ WTCR rivals but ‘does not fear them’

Niels Langeveld says that he ‘respects, but does not fear’ his rivals in the FIA World Touring Car Cup, as the TCR Germany graduate gets ready to embark on his maiden season at the world level in Marrakech.

Andy Priaulx: ‘I’m coming in as an ambitious rookie’

Andy Priaulx is approaching his World Touring Car Cup début as if he is a ‘rookie’ in 2019, as the Guernseyman heads into his 19th consecutive season as a factory driver, with the coming season marking his first with Lynk & Co.

Moroccan WTCR races to be broadcast live on the BBC

The opening round of the FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) will be broadcast live on the BBC digital services this weekend, representing a significant new deal for the Discovery-promoted championship.

FIA and Eurosport are ‘trying to protect WTCR from itself’

François Ribeiro, the boss of the World Touring Car Cup (WTCR), and the FIA Touring Car Commission are ‘trying to protect WTCR from itself’ after identifying cost control as a key issue for the young series.