World Touring Car Championship chief Francois Ribeiro admits the series' outgoing TC1 regulations were not optimal for either its privateer teams or prospective manufacturer entries.The WTCC will become an FIA World Cup next year and run under the 'WTCR' name, as a result of a deal to allow it to adopt TCR regulations.The two-year agreement effectively replaces the remaining years of the WTCC's planned second three-year cycle with TC1 rules in place.More than 600 cars have been built to TCR...
World Touring Car manufacturers' champion Volvo is understood to be developing a car to TCR specifications, which could be ready before the end of 2018.Discussions in the Qatar paddock last weekend suggested Volvo, which also took Thed Bjork to this year's drivers' title, had already started work on a TCR-specification car.That would allow the Polestar-run team to compete in its native Scandinavian Touring Car Championship as well as the new World Touring Car Cup that was announced on...
The World Touring Car Championship will become the World Touring Car Cup in 2018 after a deal to adopt TCR regulations was ratified by the World Motor Sport Council.As part of the deal, which will cover the remaining two years of the WTCC's second three-year TC1 rules cycle until 2019, TCR regulations will be licensed out in an agreement between the FIA and respective WTCC and TCR promoters Eurosport Events and WSC.The WTCC will cease as an FIA world championship and instead become a world...
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