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Hyundai’s young Texan female racer making history in TCR
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Hyundai’s young Texan female racer making history in TCR

America is no stranger to producing or playing host to successful female racing drivers, but it’s only recently that championship successes have come their way in IMSA’s classes.

The manufacturer that surprisingly has motorsport at its core

It’s not every day you see a brand-value pyramid during a road car launch where the word ‘motorsports’ appears at the very top. Sure, you might expect this from Ferrari, Porsche or Aston Martin. But for a Hyundai Elantra? Yup. And here’s why…

TCR Australia to contest the Bathurst 400 Bathurst
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TCR Australia to contest the Bathurst 400

TCR Australia will conclude its 2021 season with the Bathurst 400 over the Bathurst International weekend this November.

How a much-changed Macau GP kept the party going Prime
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How a much-changed Macau GP kept the party going

OPINION: The 67th edition of the Macau Grand Prix might have been a largely muted affair to the outside world without its international influx and star line-ups, another victim to the COVID-19 pandemic, but organisers deserve huge credit for keeping the party going…

Hyundai takes covers off new Elantra N TCR car

Hyundai has officially unveiled its latest challenger for TCR-spec touring car racing, the Elantra N TCR joining its existing i30 N and Veloster N models.

Aussie lands in Europe for TCR test

Reigning TCR Australia runner-up Dylan O'Keeffe has flown to Europe to test a Renault TCR car, a trip that will require a stint in mandatory hotel quarantine upon his return down under.

TCR Australia, S5000 TV line-up locked in

The TV line-up has been locked in for the 2020 TCR Australia and S5000 seasons, featuring the likes of Seven Network star Abbey Way and Supercars team co-owner Jess Dane.

Bathurst International date still "set in stone"

The 2020 Bathurst International date remains "set in stone", although organisers are resigned to very little overseas participation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Taylor confirmed in TCR, S5000 TV role

Molly Taylor has been confirmed as part of the broadcast team for the 2020 Motorsport Australia Championships.

D'Alberto edges Morcom to top TCR Winton test

TCR Australia frontrunner Tony D’Alberto set the pace at the category's pre-season test at Winton, edging Hyundai driver Nathan Morcom.

KCMG team owner signs up for 2020 TCR Australia

KCMG team owner Paul Ip has joined Wall Racing’s driver line-up for the 2020 TCR Australia season.

D'Alberto to return to TCR Australia with Honda

Tony D’Alberto will contest a second season in TCR Australia in 2020 with backing from Honda Australia, it has been announced.

GRM completes 2020 TCR line-up

Garry Rogers Motorsport has completed its expanded TCR Australia line-up, with 2019 title contender Dylan O'Keeffe joining the squad for 2020.

Second Peugeot added for TCR Melbourne opener

A second factory-supported Peugeot has been confirmed for the TCR Asia Pacific Cup at Albert Park, with French racing driver Julien Briche signed up for the seat.

Caruso to race GRM Alfa in TCR Australia

Supercars race winner Michael Caruso has announced a two-year TCR Australia programme with Garry Rogers Motorsport.

Ex-WTCC driver joins Melbourne TCR Asia Pacific grid

Former World Touring Car Championship driver Rene Munnich will join the grid for the TCR Asia Pacific Cup on the Australian Grand Prix weekend.

Morgan Park completes 2020 TCR Australia schedule

Morgan Park in Queensland is set to host top-level touring car racing for the first time this year, after being belatedly added to the TCR Australia schedule.

Date locked in for Bathurst International

The inaugural Bathurst International, featuring a two-driver TCR enduro, has been locked in for November 13-15.

TCR Australia to hold pre-season test

TCR Australia will formally launch its 2020 season with an all-in pre-season test at Winton next month.

Is Australia facing a fresh touring car war? Prime

Is Australia facing a fresh touring car war?

Supercars has fought off two-litre touring car competition in the past, so does the launch of TCR Australia mean it will have to do it again?