1996 International Touring Car Championship Season

The 1996 International Touring Car Championship season was the second season of its type. It was for FIA Class 1 Touring Cars and it was contested by Mercedes-Benz, Alfa Romeo and Opel. It was formed of the Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft series that ran both a short German & International-based series in 1995. These were fused together to form the International Touring Car Championship (abbreviated to ITC). The eventual champion was Manuel Reuter driving an Opel Calibra, and Opel won the manufacturer's championship.

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1996 International Touring Car Championship Season - Manufacturers Championship Standings
... Final placings in the 1996 FIA Touring Car International Championship for Manufacturers were Pos Manufacturer HOC 1 HOC 2 NÜR 1 NÜR 2 EST 1 EST 2 HEL 1 HEL 2 NOR 1 NOR 2 ...

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