Articles about WTCC

Watch how he takes a WTCC corner in Macau
Nine-time rally champion Sebastien Loeb may have left the World Rally Championship series after 15 years to compete in the World Touring Car Championship this year, but it seems he's still busy employing the rally-driving techniques that made him
Also its 1st international title on a racetrack
In only its first year in the World Touring Car Championship, Citroen has claimed the 2014 manufacturers' title with a 274-point lead over second-placed Honda with only four races left on the calendar.A 1-2-3-4 finish by
1st FIA-sanctioned race on the track since 1983
As popular a track as the Nurburgring Nordschleife circuit is, hardly any popular racing series runs on it these days. Currently, only the Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstreckenpokal Nurburgring (or VLN, as it is popularly known) series organized by the Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club (ADAC)
On how to succeed in WTCC
Sebastien Loeb may be a nine-time World Rally Championship title holder, but in the World Touring Car Championship that he\'ll compete in full-time next year, he\'ll be a rookie alongside teammate and four-time WTCC champion Yvan Muller.
Looks fast while standing still
Citroen has officially unveiled the C-Elysee World Touring Car Championship vehicle that Sebastien Loeb will drive next year.According to the French carmaker, the C-Elysee WTCC is the very first vehicle \"to be designed in accordance with the new regulations,
We have a badass car here
In June, Citroen confirmed that it would be competing in the World Touring Car Championship starting from the 2014 season, with nine-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb joining the French carmaker once more. Well, Citroen has finally revealed its contender for
Hoping to duplicate WRC success
Citroen has confirmed that it will be joining the FIA World Touring Car Championship from the 2014 season onward. And to help the team be competitive from its very first race next season, it has enlisted the help of a familiar name
After bagging constructors' title last month
Chevrolet has ended its eighth and final season in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) by clinching the drivers' title for Rob Huff, nearly a month after the American carmaker claimed its third straight manufacturers' title in October.Huff's victory is
Drivers' title still up for grabs
The 2013 World Touring Car Championship season may be Chevrolet's last in the racing series, but that doesn't mean the American carmaker is going away quietly since it has just secured its third consecutive manufacturers' title in the Japanese leg
To be driven by ex-WTCC champion and ex-F1 driver
Honda has unveiled its Civic race car that will compete in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC). While the European-market model is very different from the one that's sold in North America and Asia, we're sure you're still
To concentrate on other motorsport efforts
Chevrolet may currently be on top of the standings in the 2012 World Touring Car Championship, but following a strategic review of the American carmaker's motorsport and marketing programs, it has decided to abandon the series at the end of the
To line up against the Chevrolet Cruze and the all-new Ford Focus
Honda has announced that it will enter the Civic in the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC). But--and this is a very big BUT--it will field the European-market model and not the North American-market model, which every other
Trumps BMW decisively
With six races still to go in the 24-race 2011 World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) season, Chevrolet has already captured the racing series' Manufacturers' title for the second straight year.As much as 258 points are still at stake but Chevrolet'
To go up against the mighty Chevrolet Cruze
The Chevrolet Cruze may soon see an old competitor return in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) as Ford is reportedly keen on fielding the all-new Focus in the racing series.According to, the American carmaker has tapped the
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