World Council approves new WTCC rules

2013 cars will also be accepted in 2014


By Olivier Ferret

28 June 2013 - 17:15
World Council approves new WTCC (...)

Evolution of technical regulations for the 2014 WTCC was approved today by the FIA World Motorsport Council during the meeting at the Goodwood House.

The new generation of Super 2000 touring cars will look more spectacular, with bigger aerodynamic devices and will have greater performance through the power to weight ratio.

In order to ease the introduction of the new cars, the homologation procedure will be similar to the 2014 FIA World Rally Championship, but with an additional two jokers.

2013 cars will also be accepted in 2014.

The Council also stamped the amendment of the 2013 calendar, with Argentina replacing Brazil (subject to the confirmation of the Termas de Río Hondo circuit homologation).


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