With the start of the new WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup season just days away, this is a reminder of what’s new in 2021.
*There will be double-headers only with two rather than three races at each event

*New cars from Audi (second-generation Audi RS 3 LMS) and Hyundai (Elantra N TCR) join the grid

*P1 Racing Fuels is WTCR’s Official Fuel Supplier with drivers powered by a bespoke fuel featuring 15 per cent renewable components for the first time

*Jessica Bäckman is the WTCR’s first female driver and joins brother Andreas to form the WTCR’s first all-sibling team run by new all-season entrant Target Competition

*Like the Bäckmans, Jordi Gené (pictured) is a WTCR newcomer, while Rob Huff and Frédéric Vervisch return after missing out in 2020

*Adria, Estoril and Inje are new to the WTCR calendar with Italy and South Korea set to stage WTCR races for the first time

*Germany hosts the season-opening event following on from Morocco (2018-2019) and Belgium (2020)

*The Rookie driver award is redefined and renamed as the FIA Junior Driver Title

*WTCR promoter Eurosport Events has been issued with the FIA’s Three Star Environmental Accreditation following a rigorous auditing process in line with the motorsport world governing body’s Environmental Certification Framework. ClickHEREfor more information.
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