Opel Performance Center
Opel Performance Center GmbH (OPC) is a subsidiary of Adam Opel AG and is responsible for the planning, development and coordination of all motorsport activities in charge of Opel/Vauxhall.
The main focus of OPC lies in the Opel involvement in motorsport, e.g. at the DTM, at the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) and at rallies as well as in the performance of standard models which bear the shorthand symbol OPC.
The former Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters racer Volker Strycek, who won the DTM in 1984, is managing director of Opel Performance Center.
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