Previously run as the FIA World Touring Car Championship from 2005-2017, one of motorsport’s big success stories of recent years shifts up another gear in 2019 with new drivers, new cars, a new track, a first night race and a new points system.
Featuring 30 races across 10 weekends from April to December, the bumper-to-bumper, door handle-to-door handle action includes two qualifying sessions and three sprint-style races contested by customer racing teams representing Alfa Romeo, Audi, Cupra, Honda, Hyundai, Lynk & Co and Volkswagen.
Seven FIA world title winners and a host of national touring car champions appear on the 26-car #WTCR2019SUPERGRID with some 14 countries represented.
World Feed Live for Qualifying and Races
44' Highlights per round
2 x 3' News Feed per event
English commentaries available for Live Feed, Highlights and News