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BRC Racing Team Hyundai driver Gabriele Tarquini is braced for a “very tough” FIA World Touring Car Cup.

Comtoyou Racing will head into the inaugural FIA World Touring Car Cup season on a high following its capture of the Andros Trophy Teams’ Championship at Super Besse in France last weekend.

Two Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR by Romeo Ferraris are set for FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) action in 2018.

With all 26 season-long entry spaces for the FIA World Touring Car Cup taken, here’s a reminder of the drivers announced so far.

The FIA has appointed Yokohama Official Tyre Supplier and Panta Official Fuel Supplier of the all-new FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR).

Sébastien Loeb Racing is the latest team to announce its FIA World Touring Car Cup participation, signing Mehdi Bennani and Rob Huff and forming an alliance with Volkswagen Motorsport to run a brace of Golf GTI TCRs in the all-new Eurosport Events-promoted series.

Japan’s round of the all-new FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) will be a big hit with fans in more ways than one following confirmation that it will share the billing with the Super Formula season finale at the famous Suzuka Circuit from 26-28 October.

The entry period for the FIA World Touring Car Cup closed last night (30 January) with all 26 full-season registrations snapped up.

Two of the most successful drivers in world touring car history will join forces in 2018, lining up for BRC Racing Team’s Hyundai-powered squad in the all-new FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR).

Boutsen Ginion Racing has announced plans to enter a two-car Honda Civic Type TCR team in the FIA World Touring Car Cup.

Benjamin Leuchter, the fastest driver in a TCR car at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, has joined Max Kruse Racing for the 2018 season.

Volkswagen’s Golf GTI TCR could be the car to beat during the upcoming FIA World Touring Car Cup season – based on TCR Middle East International Series results so far.