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A former touring car racing series from 2014-2017.


The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's TCR International Series page on 19 December 2017, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The TCR International Series was an international touring car championship. The championship was promoted by World Sporting Consulting (WSC), founded by former World Touring Car Championship manager Marcello Lotti. It was marketed as a cost-effective spin-off of the WTCC, targeted at C-segment hatchbacks production-based touring cars. The title TCR follows the naming convention now used by the FIA to classify the cars that compete in touring car racing, with TC1 referring to the top tier as used by the FIA WTCC and TC2 referring to the legacy cars which principally compete in the FIA ETCC.

On 6 December 2017, FIA’s World Motorsport Council announced that the series will merge with World Touring Car Championship and European Touring Car Cup starting in 2018.

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19 December 2017Pirelli World Challenge to add a TCR class in Touring Car in 2018 Tom Blattler, Pirelli World Challenge

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