The new Honda Civic Type R is going racing. Continue Reading...
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Honda will once again compete in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) next season with the Civic, only this time the version of the car being used will be a wagon. Continue Reading...
Toyota is returning to the Britcar 24 Hours in September, running the endurance race in paint livery reminiscent of the AE86 Corolla that twice won the British Touring Car Championship in the 1980s. Continue Reading...
After recently announcing plans that it would once again return to challenge for the title in the British Touring Car Championship, Honda has now released the first photos of the car it intends to do so in. The Next Generation Touring Car (NGTC) Civic is based on the European Civic hatchback model (not on our… Continue Reading...
We’ve been following Toyota‘s Avensis BTCC Race Cars for quite some time now, and we’re happy to report that they’ve publicly debuted ahead of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship begins. Both Dynojet Racing’s and Hughes Motorsport/Speedworks’ Avensis were on display for the public and the media at Silverstone. Unfortunately for both teams, both… Continue Reading...
What you’re looking at might be the most badass Toyota in existence right now. The Toyota Avensis BTCC bears a resemblance to the dowdy, Euro-market family sedan, but rest assured that these cars can positively rip it up on the track. The Avensis BTCC, which will compete in the British Touring Car Championship, will also form the… Continue Reading...
While there was much anticipation for the debut of Toyota’s Avensis BTCC Touring Car last October, the project was delayed. Now we’ve received word that it will be making its debut on April 3rd at the Dunlop MSA BTCC event in Brands Hatch in the UK. The Avensis is still being built by GPR Motorsport… Continue Reading...
Over a decade has passed since the last time an Audi vehicle graced the presence of a BTCC race. Rob Austin Racing however is changing all of that in 2011, campaigning two Audi A4 in the famous racing series. Rob Austin Racing has already ordered two Audi A4 Next Generation Touring Cars (NGTC) from GPR… Continue Reading...
Toyota has continued to expand its current involvement in all forms of motorsports with the release of this Toyota Avensis Next Generation Touring Car concept rendering. Already under construction, Toyota plans on having GPR Motorsports in Buckingham debut this vehicle at the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship’s final round. Knowing that new BTCC rules… Continue Reading...