Real world track tests means date changes for TCR Australia SimRacing Series
As the motorsport world starts to emerge from its COVID-19 induced hibernation, many TCR Australia teams have begun to ramp up their testing programs. Wall Racing is the first big team to turn laps...
ARG outlines race budgets and benefits with ‘Race into the Future’ document
Ahead of its return to racing in mid-August, the Australian Racing Group has released an official guide to its racing categories for potential competitors. Titled Race into the Future, the industr...
SLADE AND GRICE GIVE ASM ALFA THE THUMBS UP
Tim Slade and Ben Grice have given the Ashley Seward Motorsport Alfa Romeo Guilietta TCR car the thumbs up, after two days of testing at Winton Motor Raceway. With Thursday’s running hampered by ...
Bargwanna and O’Keeffe share the spoils at Albert Park
Ben Bargwanna and Dylan O’Keeffe have taken victories in Races 1 and 2 of the opening round of the carsales TCR Australia SimRacing Series at Albert Park this evening. The combined results from t...
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.