Planet Earth’s finest touring car racing heroes will resume their battle for on-track glory in Argentina.
The final preparations have been completed on the #11 car that will be driven by Grégoire Demoustier.
DHL backing brings a bright new livery for fifth year with the Italian team.
The Frenchman spoke up about his current plans to run another rally or two in 2015.
Craft-Bamboo Racing, previously known in the WTCC as Bamboo Engineering, has contested the championship four times winning multiple races...
The Lada drivers commented on the significant changes in WTCC calendar.
The Moroccan ace, has been part of the WTCC since 2009 and this time he’ll pilot a Citroën C-Elysée WTCC for series newcomer Sébastien Loeb Racing.
First African driver to have won in the FIA WTCC, it is with much ambition that he will try to keep on progressing.
Rob Huff give a jubilant LADA Sport team its second-ever WTCC race win.
Tom Coronel concludes his 25th year in motor racing with seventh place in the final FIA WTCC standings.
In the full respect of the tradition, the final event of the WTCC season in Macau provided plenty of action and coups de théâtre.
The Briton showed considerable prowess and appeared to be in complete harmony with his TC1-spec Granta Sport on Circuito da Guia.
Sébastien Loeb Racing confirms 2015 WTCC entry.
At the wheel of the Castrol-Civic WTCC Gabriele Tarquini will start on row 3 having finished the qualifying in 6th position.