Sydney date switch for Shannons opener
The opening round of the 2020 Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships will now take place on 4-6 September at Sydney Motorsport Park, following the re-introduction of stage three restrictions i...
Bathurst delivers as O’Keeffe continues strong form in sim series
RE-WATCH LIVE ACTION FROM BATHURST Dylan O’Keeffe and Luke King have taken the spoils during Round 2 of the carsales TCR Australia SimRacing Series at Mount Panorama, Bathurst, this evening. Like...
Drivers ready for TCR Australia SimRacing Series at Bathurst tonight
WATCH LIVE HERE FROM 8pm AEST The carsales TCR Australia SimRacing drivers head to Bathurst tonight for Round 2 of the series tonight at Mount Panorama. The field will 13 car field will feature a n...
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...
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.