The lessons World Touring Cars must heed from history

The lessons World Touring Cars must heed from history

The WTCR has made a massive step up in quality ahead of its second season in its current format, but as manufacturers start to lock horns is it already in danger of repeating other great touring car series' mistakes?

When drivers, teams, carmakers, a series promoter and its governing body are all voicing similar degrees of concern on the same topic, you know there's a fairly significant issue at hand.

World Touring Cars is only entering its second - and, at present, final agreed - season run to TCR's customer-friendly regulations, but already the difference in standard between this year and last is marked.

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