As well as welcoming all-season registrations, the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup accepts entries on a race-by-race basis.

This option appeals to drivers intent on showcasing their skills against the world’s best touring car racers that perhaps don’t have the funding required for a full campaign, or those wishing to contest their home WTCR event.

While race-by-race or ‘wildcard’ drivers are not eligible for points and must carry an extra 10 kilograms of compensation weight on top of any additional weight mandated by the 2021 WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup Sporting Regulations, a number of benefits are available.

What’s included in the entry package?
It costs €5000 per car to enter the WTCR on a race-by-race basis and the acceptance of all wildcard entries is subject to FIA approval. The entry package per event includes:

  • 2 practice sessions (45 minutes and 30 minutes)
  • 1 qualifying session (at least 20 minutes of running time if eliminated in first stage)
  • 2 races (between 50-70 kilometres depending on venue)
  • Allocated pit garage/paddock area (depending on venue)
  • 7 pitlane passes
  • 3 car parking passes
  • Consultation session with Goodyear engineer
  • Pre-event and post-event press releases
  • Social media campaign
  • Participation in official portrait shoot
  • Articles and profile published on
  • Driver considered for inclusion in pre-event virtual press conference and WTCR All Access
  • Coverage on WTCR’s global television feed
  • Profile provided to TV commentators
  • Participation in podium ceremony (if classified in top 3)
  • Eligible for TAG Heuer Best Lap Trophy
  • Options to purchase paddock and/or WTCR VIP Club hospitality*
  • Inclusion in autograph session/promotional activities*

*COVID-19 protocol permitting

All entered cars must comply with the FIA Technical Regulations, available here.

Entry procedure
Go to for the online entry form

The closing date for entries is 14 days prior to each event

Conditions of entry can be found in Article 6.8 and Article 13.6 of the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup Sporting Regulations for 2021 by clicking here

Wildcard racers in 2020
Nicolas Baert (Belgium)

Luca Filippi (Italy)

Petr Fulín (Czech Republic)

Dylan O’Keeffe (Australia)

José Manuel Sapag (Argentina)

More information
Fiona Rees,