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2013 Honda Civic WTCC is ready for racing

Drumming up a little excitement for the 2013 FIA World Touring Car Championship, Honda brought its new Civic WTCC car to the bright lights of Geneva for all to see. Honda joined WTCC late last year entering the final three races. The racing outfit will run this year's entire 12-round season, which kicks off later this month in Italy.

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Head of Honda R&D interested in returning to F1

Speaking for himself and not the company, head of Honda Research and Development, Yoshiharu Yamamoto, told Autocar that when it comes to Formula One, "We do look up at those races and hope that one day we can take part again." In order for that one day to occur, a few things would need to happen: the rules would need to change and Honda would need to prove itself capable of winning in the

Volvo announces foray into World Touring Car Championship after claiming Swedish title

The past year didn't look too bright for the World Touring Car Championship. First BMW cut its program down from three works teams to one, then reports came in indicating that Seat – fresh from back-to-back titles – was scaling down its factor

Video: Seat touring car flips into crowd at Brands Hatch over weekend

That's not gonna buff out – Click above to watch video after the jump

Chevy builds Cruze-engined Super Spark for WTCC duty

Chevrolet Spark turbo – Click above to enlarge

Video: Chevrolet Cruze WTTC entry gets the time-lapse build treatment

Chevrolet Cruze WTCC Build – Click above to watch the time-lapse video

REPORT: World Touring Car Championship eyeing race in the U.S.

Chevrolet Cruze WTCC - Click above image for high-res gallery

World Touring Car Championship to run ethanol exclusively from 2009

Just as the Indy Racing League has already done, the World Touring Car Championship has decided to make the switch to biofuels starting in 2009. As a matter of fact, for the 2008 year, teams will be allowed to use ethanol and diesel fuels in addition to standard unleaded gasoline. This article quotes Jacques Beha

World Touring Car Championship set to kick off in Brazil

The calendar is already showing March and the weather is hinting at spring, so the racing season must be about to explode. NASCAR is already underway, F1 will kick off this weekend in Australia, and ALMS at Sebring the week after. Series like Speed GT and Touring Car, however, will really have the TiVo working overtime. The FIA's World Touring Car Championship is one such series, which begins its 22-race season in Brazil this Sunday. Along with Formula One and the World Rally Championship, WTCC

Alfa to return to WTCC under diesel power

After showing off one of the hottest concepts in the form of the 8C Competizione at the Paris Auto Show, Alfa Romeo is now making some greenish news in motorsports. According to Auto Industry, U.K. magazine Autosport is reporting that the Italian automaker will return to the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) with a manu