Volvo’s back in the FIA World Touring Car Championship, and they’re back with a bang. Is this new S60 Polestar TC1 race car the most badass-looking Volvo ever?
Sébastien Loeb, having won roughly seventy-three world rally championships, now races for Citroën in WTCC, currently at Macau. Here's how he took the world's tightest hairpin at the world's tightest street course.
Citroën didn't expect to win the World Touring Car Championship manufacturer's title in its first year of participation, but they did. So, they made a nice little season wrap-up video...and berets. Celebratory berets. Vive le Citroën!
[The Honda Civic WTCC render shows the subtle style of the wheel arch extensions, larger diameter wheels, sleeker aero package and extended rear spoiler. Add all this to increased engine power and the 2014 Honda WTCC racer is clearly ambitious to retain Honda’s Manufacturers World Championship crown and enable the…
After a largely uneventful race 1, race 2 of the WTCC Guia Race of Macau was marred by 2 lengthy red flags. The first, giffed above, happened on the first turn of the race when Norbert Michelisz lost control of his Honda Civic and set off a chain reaction. Pepe Oriola, when asked how he made it through the wreckage,…
Remember last year, when I got all up on a soapbox over car manufacturers' reticence to promote the World Touring Car Championship's Sonoma stop? It's no surprise they'll be silent again this year. That means it's up to you to make WTCC a thing. So make it one.
WTCC Qualifying results from Argentina are again under investigation, just like earlier this year in Austria.
A gauntlet has been thrown. A challenge has been issued, and here I stand, ready to accept. Robb Holland, I will see you on the racetrack.
WTCC World Champion Rob Huff seems to have been involved just minutes ago in an accident caused by a pair of street racers. Huff, who was driving his Camaro in England, was an unlucky an innocent victim here, as the two probable street racers collided in the opposite lane, which sent them careening into Huff's Camaro.
(This weekend, we called the bizarre, slow driving antics of World Touring Car Championship qualifying from Salzburg into question. Touring car driver and Jalopnik contributor Robb Holland took issue with our account. This is his response. - T.O.)
More from the WTCC race yesterday. The first 60 seconds with driver interviews and ball busting is hilarious. Yeah, the whole NASCAR looking lineup on the track was frustrating, but the drivers thought they were within their rights to do so. Not surprised that FIA spanked them though. Looked shitty. Muller's…
What you are watching has not been slowed down. It has not been edited to make it more enraging, nor more hilarious. This is the qualifying for the World Touring Car Championship race at Salzburg.
Honda is testing the brand new Civic WTCC for the '13 season. After completing the last three races of the 2012 championship, a two car works team will try to beat the competition with 2009 World Touring Car Champion Gabriele Tarquini and Tiago Monteiro behind the wheel.
Most of the world thinks Americans won't watch any auto racing that isn't accompanied by pulled pork. And so, what happens when the World Touring Car Championship stops at Sonoma Raceway, like it did this past weekend? No one knows a damn thing about it. Does that mean we don't care?