Touring car racing


Here's our Dunlop-backed highlights video from the show-stopping season-opening #BTCC weekend from Brands Hatch. Brief action from the three races, won by Tom Ingram, Gordon Shedden and Adam Morgan respectively, and includes exclusive interview with championship leader Matt Neal.

DTM Hockenheim 2017 - Race 1 (Multicam) - RE-LIVE (English)

Relive the full race 1 from Hockenheim on the DTM YouTube channel.
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BTCC Touring Car Legends Documentary Part 1

A new three-part series documenting the history of the British Touring Car Championship first Broadcast on ITV4 in February 2014.

The series tells the inside story of the British Touring Car Championship from the first race on Boxing Day 1957 to the present day. Narrated by Tiff Needell, the three one-hour shows mix evocative archive footage with bespoke interviews with the major protagonists, from drivers to team managers to Murray Walker. Each episode focuses on a different period, shedding fresh light on the legendary drivers, the legendary cars and the legendary moments that have made the BTCC such a success.

Touring Car Legends has been written and directed by Gaucho Productions Managing Director, Alistair Weaver. “I fell in love with cars watching the Ford RS500’s do battle in the 1980s so this project has been a real treat for me,” he says. “The British Touring Car Championship has always been about the cars and the characters and with the passage of time we’ve been able to tell what really happened in some of the sport’s most memorable moments.”

John Claridge, Head of Programme Strategy at ITV4, adds: “ITV4 is the home of the British Touring Car Championship and the Touring Car Legends series is an ideal compliment to our coverage of the 2014 season. We’re delighted to be working with Gaucho again on another insightful sports documentary – the show will appeal to both the diehard Touring Car enthusiast and the casual viewer interested in great characters and great racing.”

WTCC 2017 Monza Full Race 1 ENGLISH start to finish

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Story of the Day | Oulton Park | BTCC 2017

Watch all of the action live over the course of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship season on ITV4, ITV Hub and at

Silverstone Highlights | BTCC 2016

Get yourself in the mood for next weekend's showdown by watching our Dunlop​-backed highlights from the penultimate event at Silverstone, which left eight drivers still in contention to be crowned champion!

2017 Heritage Touring Cars, Mount Panorama - April 16, 2017

The 2017 Heritage Touring Car category, roared around Mount Panorama in support of the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour. The race featured all our historic favourites from 1973 -1992.

Touring Car Crash Compilation (BTCC, WTCC, V8 Supercars and DTM)

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This is a Touring Car Crash Compilation with BTCC, WTCC, V8 Supercars and DTM crashes.
Music: SWAT Theme and U2 + Greenday - The Saints are Coming
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WTCC Argentina touringcar race highlights with Tom Coronel 2017

WTCC Argentina touringcar race highlights with Tom Coronel

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Tom Coronel scores a double top 10 finish and valuable points in FIA WTCC races Argentina
Termas de Rio Hondo, 16 July, 2017 – After a lot of work had been carried out to repair Tom Coronel’s heavily damaged Cruze race car, it could be flown out with a DHL cargo plane to Argentina just in time. Here, the almost five kilometres long Circuito Termas de Rio Hondo hosted the sixth round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship. At the other side of the globe, Coronel was able to rejoin the action after being sidelined from the FIA WTCC meeting in Portugal. A collision with an ambulance caused a lot of work for the ROAL Motorsport technicians and the mechanics of Spanish team Campos Racing who came to help out. An effort that Tom Coronel praised highly as he started his weekend in Argentina.
For the Dutchman, the first laps served as a shakedown for the car that had been totally repaired. A small oil leak was discovered, followed by an issue with the shock absorber. For the rest, getting the set-up right also required some time. As usual, Tom Coronel aimed at tenth place in qualifying to get his car on pole position on the reversed grid for race one. That would enable him to match the second place he scored in Argentina last year, or maybe even do one better. Usually, tenth or even hundredths of a second are decisive in the battle for tenth place and this time, the Dutchman missed out on a top ten spot. A pair of twelfth places on the grid was all he could achieve.
In the first race, Tom Coronel quickly managed to move up one place and then benefited from mistakes and technical issues by drivers in front of him. Thus, he progressed to ninth place. In race two, he had a slightly more aggressive start, but for the rest, it was a similar affair that resulted into a neat tenth-place finish. With these results, the ROAL Motorsport driver is currently placed sixth in the FIA WTCC Trophy standings.
Tom Coronel commented afterwards: “First of all, great respect for the ROAL Motorsport and Campos Racing mechanics. After that crash in Portugal, there wasn’t much left of the Chevrolet and in the little time that was available, they delivered a great race car. Of course, there was some fine-tuning to do to make the car suit my requirements. That didn’t fully work out. In the first session, we had an oil leak and in the next session, there was a strange vibration in the car. As a result, I wasn’t able to brake as late as I normally do. In the mean time, some changes had been made on the suspension, but we couldn’t get it totally right. In the races, I didn’t have too many problems. In the first race, I had a battle with Michigami and Filippi, but for the rest, it was a steady affair. At the start of the second race, I was a little bit more aggressive and thus got ahead of Filippi. In the race, I also had some contact with Huff, but for the rest, there were no problems. I am glad that the car is working well again after the crash. That gives me confidence for the races that are still to come after the summer break, starting with an event at a new circuit in China. Nice and also exciting.”
Result Opening Race 1 Termas de Rio Hondo: 1. Yann Ehrlacher (Fra) Lada Vesta 11 laps; 2. Mehdi Bennani (Mar) Citroën C-Elysée +0.726; 3. Esteban Guerrieri (Arg) Campos Chevrolet RML Cruze +1.326; 4. Tom Chilton (GBr) Citroën C-Elysée +1.573; 5. Tiago Monteiro (Por) Honda Civic +1.677 and 9. Tom Coronel (Ned) ROAL Motorsport Chevrolet RML Cruze +10.960.
Race 2 (Main Race):1. Norbert Michelisz (Hon) 13 laps; 2. Tiago Monteiro (Por) +0,505 both Honda Civic; 3. Thed Björk (Zwe) Volvo S60 Polestar +1.381; 4. Esteban Guerrieri (Arg) Campos Chevrolet RML Cruze +6.379; 5. Mehdi Bennani (Mar) Citroën C-Elysée +14.281 and 10. Tom Coronel (Ned) Roal Motorsport Chevrolet RML Cruze +21.983.

Calendar 2017 FIA WTCC
07: WTCC Race of China (Ningbo International Speedpark), 13 - 15 October
08: WTCC Race of Japan (Twin Ring Motegi), 27 – 29 October
09: WTCC Race of Macau (Macau), 17 - 19 November
10: WTCC Race of Qatar (Losail), 30 November – 1 December

During the 2017 FIA WTCC season, Tom Coronel is supported by: DHL, Eurol Lubricants, Tricorp Workwear, ERU Prestige, McGregor Fashion, TW Steel, Bouwgroep Dijkstra Draisma, 4.Brands, Allsecur, ASC Group, Playseat, Intrax Suspension Technology, Super-B, Advan Racing RSII, Copernica and CM.

Access All Areas: e-Touring Car Challenge

In Hong Kong we saw a unique support race featuring local celebrities and drivers, so we thought we'd take a look around the e-Touring paddock and look closely at the eGolf.

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2016 DHI Cup - Touring car Modified A2

Action from Touring car Modified A2 at the 2016 DHI Cup in Odense, Denmark

Donnington park pre03 touring cars civic ep3 race 1

Was going ok till i went for the overtake and couldn't stop haha

1988 Dunlop RAC British Touring Car Championship

Highlights of the 1988 season. Presented by Steve Rider Commentary by Murray Walker

Touring car legend Steve Soper talks to Goodwood Road & Racing

Goodwood Road & Racing spoke to major sports car and touring car champion Steve Soper at the Festival of Speed.

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Classic Murray Walker - BTCC Best Moments - 1994 British Touring Car

Add to your BTCC collection with this super box set featuring six of the finest years of British Touring Car Championship action.

The return of such legends as Gabriele Tarquini, John Cleland, Frank Biela, Rickard Rydell, Alain Menu and Steve Soper to ‘proper’ Duke Video releases is something we’ve been looking forward to for a long time but we’re sure you’ll agree it is worth the wait. For the first time these six reviews are available on DVD in one set so you can enjoy classic moments from classic years once more.

There’s so much to enjoy here that you’ll want to revisit each DVD over and over and we’re not going to spoil it by going into too much detail.

We all remember how good the ‘90s were for BTCC don’t we, and this is a great value package that will gladden the heart of any true devotee.

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The Castorl Historic Touring Cars take to Australia's greatest track, Mt Panorama Bathurst for a trio of sprint races across the Easter weekend at the 2015 Bathurst Motor Festival.
Take a trip down memory lane to the 50s, 60s and 70s as some of the most spectacular historic touring cars put it all on the line to win.

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RC Car Racing - 2014 EFRA Large Scale Touring Car Euros - The Final in HD!

All the Action from the Large Scale Touring Car championships from Vila Real in Portugal all in Glorious MultiCamera HD!
With Defending Champions Martin Bayer not in attendance we were guaranteed a new Champion, but who would reign supreme after the 30 minute final!

British Touring Car Review 1996

The Official Auto Trader 1996 RAC Touring Car Championship Review is 3 hours in length and can be purchased as a:

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Features cars such as: Audi, Volvo, Renault, Honda, BMW and Vauxhall,

...and BTCC drivers Biela, Rydell, Menu, Leslie and Ravaglia.

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Real touring car racing, race highlights WTCC France with Tom Coronel 2015

Real touring car racing, race highlights WTCC France with Tom Coronel 2015
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Paul Ricard, 28 June, 2015 – For Tom Coronel, the FIA WTCC meeting at Paul Ricard again was a weekend of survival. In the free practice sessions, things went well, but in qualifying, he was four hundredths of a second short of making it into the second session with his ROAL Motorsport Chevrtolet Cruze. Thus, he wasn’t able to secure a better starting grid position for the second race. Now, he had to start from 13th place for both races. In the first race, he had a decent getaway and battled with a group of drivers for tenth to 13th place. He moved up into eleventh position and charged with everything he had for a top ten result. He just missed out on that and eventually also saw his eleventh place taken away by Rickard Rydell on the finish line. The second race of the day was a more turbulent affair and there were huge fights for positions ahead of Coronel. Due to penalties and retirements for other drivers, the Dutchman soon found himself in the top ten and showed a strong performance. He overtook Lada driver Jaap van Lagen, he managed to stay ahead of team-mate Tom Chilton and after a very exciting battle in the closing stages, he finished seventh in the provisional results. In the FIA World Touring Car Championship drivers’ standings, Coronel is currently twelfth with a total of 33 points.
“In free practice sessions and qualifying, we had to work hard to set a decent lap time,” Coronel starts his report. “We didn’t manage to end up further up the ranks. Eventually, I missed out on making it into the second session by only four hundredths of a second. That is the session in which the starting grid positions for the second race are determined, but unfortunately, I wasn’t one of the drivers in that session. Too bad, because in 13th place on the grid for both races, I had to move up through the ranks twice. In the first race, I had no way to do so. The car didn’t run well, I had no grip and no acceleration. It was like driving on barbed wire. I fought for what I was worth and I even lost one more place to Rickard Rydell at the finish line. In between the two races, we have changed the settings of the car and that worked out well. In the second race, things were going much better. The tyres had more grip, the car had better throttle response and it was easier to battle with the drivers around me. I even overtook several drivers. Moreover, I had some luck with drivers in front of me, so that I was able to finish seventh. Now, we are staying here at Paul Ricard and tomorrow (Monday), we will be filming for RTL and our YouTube channel. For Tuesday, we have four sets of tyres for extensive test sessions. Actually, we have never really been able to do so last year and this year. We hope to complete the final fine-tuning for the rest of the season with this test. The next races take place at a street circuit in Portugal, which is new in the championship and new to me. Normally, I am doing quite well on street circuits and I hope that we can put in a good performance there with the test sessions we will be doing now,” Coronel says.
Result race 1 Paul Ricard: 1. Sebastien Loeb 16 laps; 2. Yvan Muller +6.020; 3. José Maria López +7.147; 4. Ma Qing Hua +9.102 (all Citroën C-Elysée WTCC ); 5. Tom Chilton (ROAL Motorsport Chevrolet RML Cruze TC1) +12.638 and 12. Tom Coronel (ROAL Motorsport Chevrolet RML Cruze TC1) +31.822.
Result Race 2: 1. José Maria López 16 laps (Citroën C-Elysée WTCC); 2. Norbert Michelisz (Honda Civic WTCC) +1,449; 3. Ma Qing Hua +2.156; 4. Yvan Muller +3.165 (both Citroën C-Elysée WTCC); 5. Gabriele Tarquini, (Honda Civic WTCC) +12.071 and 7. Tom Coronel, (ROAL Motorsport-Chevrolet-RML Cruze TC1) +16.681.
FIA WTCC standings after 14 of 24 races: 1. José Maria López 282 points; 2. Yvan Muller 243; 3. Sebastien Loeb 208; 4. Tiago Monteiro 114; 5. Ma Qing Hua 113 and 12. Tom Coronel 33.
(Results and standings subject to confirmations by the stewards)
2015 FIA WTCC calendar:
France (Paul Ricard), 26-28 June
Portugal (Vila Real), 10-12 July
Japan (Motegi), 11-13 September
China (Shanghai), 25-27 September
Thailand (Buriram), 30 October-1 November
Qatar (Losail), 26-27 November