HMO Customer Racing completes move into new facility
HMO Customer Racing has officially moved into its new purpose-built race shop in Campbelltown, NSW. The inaugural carsales TCR Australia Series champion team has remained on the same site as its fo...
Molly Taylor joins celebrity cast for new reality TV program
Molly Taylor has been officially revealed as one of the 17 cast members for the Seven Network’s new program SAS Australia. In what the former Australian Rally champion has described as the “tou...
Alfa Romeo TCR car returns to the track for Winton test
An excited Jay Hanson has made his return to driver’s seat of the Ashley Seward Motorsport Alfa Romeo Guilietta TCR car, completing a two-day test at Winton Motor Raceway on Monday and Tuesday. L...
Dylan O’Keeffe eyes more WTCR races after solid debut
With one round of the FIA World Touring Car Cup under his belt, Melbourne driver Dylan O’Keeffe says he is keen for more. In his first-ever international touring car race and driving for WTCR deb...
About TCR Australia
The TCR regulations, formulated by former World Touring Car Championship manager Marcello Lotti, were developed in 2014 as a cost-effective touring car racing alternative.
Eligible cars include all front-wheel drive C-Segment hatchbacks or sedans, powered by production–based turbocharged engines with a capacity of up to 2-litres.
There are currently 16 international, national or regional series utilising the TCR regulations as their main rule book.
Manufacturers with cars currently homologated to TCR Series rules around the world include Audi, Alfa Romeo, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Subaru and Volkswagen, among others.