An impressive 22 all-season drivers with 63 WTCR race wins and 10 FIA world titles between them will line up for the 2021 WTCR − FIA World Touring Car Cup following the publication of the official entry list.
Audi’s second-generation RS 3 LMS is ready for action in the WTCR − FIA World Touring Car Cup after it was homologated for competition use by WSC, the organisation behind the TCR category technical regulations.
Honda Racing’s partnership with Münnich Motorsport in the WTCR − FIA World Touring Car Cup is continuing for a fourth consecutive year with the ace German squad fielding four Honda Civic Type R TCRs via two teams from a central umbrella operation.
Some of the many moments that make the WTCR − FIA World Touring Car Cup great are being revisited at FIAWTCR.com ahead of the 2021 season getting underway on the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife in Germany next month.
Part of the FIA World Touring Car family for 15 years, Rob Huff was a notable absentee during last season’s WTCR. With no ride, the Briton switched his focus to Sweden and the STCC, and he completed the year by winning the title.
One of the most successful and longest-serving FIA World Touring Car drivers is back on the WTCR title trail in 2021 following confirmation that Rob Huff will join Zengő Motorsport for the upcoming season.