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Factory Volvo team Polestar Cyan Racing has recruited an all-star driver line-up to achieve its stated aim in 2017: to win the FIA World Touring Car Championship.

The drivers who will chase FIA World Touring Car Championship success for Polestar Cyan Racing in 2017 will become known later today when the factory Volvo squad reveals its line-up for the upcoming season.

Japan hosts the FIA World Touring Car Championship for the 10th time from 27-29 October. Here’s what you need to know.

With more wins, pole positions and fastest laps than any other manufacturer, it’s no surprise that Chevrolet tops the lot when it comes to laps led in the FIA World Touring Car Championship.

The popularity of the FIA World Touring Car Championship in Japan will continue to rise in 2017 following confirmation of a live television agreement between WTCC promoter Eurosport Events and J SPORTS.

John Filippi sampled his Sébastien Loeb Racing Citroën C-Elysée WTCC for the first time in testing in Spain yesterday and liked the experience so much that he couldn’t wait to continue his running today.

The race to become FIA World Touring Car champion for 2017 is go with several drivers testing for the new season this month.

The FIA World Touring Car Championship stops off in 10 different countries in 2017. Here’s a reminder of who has won the most races at each of the WTCC events featuring on this year’s calendar.

Why Zengő is loving the WTCC

20/02/2017 06:00 - 2017

Zoltán Zengő says racing in the FIA World Touring Car Championship is a “great pleasure” for his Hungary-based team.

The all-action FIA World Touring Car Championship is off to China in October. Here’s some useful information.

When it comes to fastest laps in the FIA World Touring Car Championship since its rebirth in 2005, Chevrolet tops the lot with a total of 76 best times, 10 more than BMW managed during its long tenure. Citroën, which joined the fray in 2014, has 46 fastest laps.

Three-time FIA World Touring Car Championship winner José María López will be taking to the streets of Argentina’s capital tomorrow (18 February) when he continues his FIA Formula E adventure in the Buenos Aires ePrix. Here’s a reminder of the key dates and times when López made his first appearance in another major FIA championship on home soil, WTCC Race of Argentina back in 2013.

Three-time FIA World Touring Car Championship winner José María López will be taking to the streets of Argentina’s capital tomorrow (18 February) when he continues his FIA Formula E adventure in the Buenos Aires ePrix. Here’s a reminder of the key dates and times when López made his first appearance in another major FIA championship on home soil, WTCC Race of Argentina back in 2013.

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