World Touring Car

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... Touring may mean touring, the estate/wagon version of BMW cars Bicycle touring Ski touring Touring (card game) Carrozzeria Touring Touring (band) Touring car ...
Turbocharged Direct Injection - Motor Racing
... race, becoming the first diesel-powered car to win these endurance races ... Fuel economy was a significant factor, as the car did not have to refuel as often as petrol engined race cars in the race ... The car was fueled with a special synthetic V-Power diesel from Shell ...
ROAL Motorsport
... team, which operated the BMW Team Italy-Spain team in the World Touring Car Championship ... It was founded in 2001 by 1987 World Touring Car champion Roberto Ravaglia and Aldo Preo (Roberto + Aldo = ROAL) ... in the Superproduction class of the European Super Touring Championship in 2001 as BMW Team Germany with Peter Kox and Norman Simon as drivers, with Kox winning the class ...
2007 World Touring Car Championship Season
... The 2007 World Touring Car Championship season was the 4th season of FIA World Touring Car Championship motor racing ... twenty-two races, was open to Super 2000 Cars, Diesel 2000 Cars and Super Production Cars as defined by the relevant FIA regulations ... World Championship titles were awarded for both drivers and manufacturers ...
Alain Menu - Career
2011 3rd in World Touring Car Championship, 5 wins (Chevrolet Cruze) 2010 6th in World Touring Car Championship, 1 win (Chevrolet Cruze) 2009 10th in World Touring Car Championship, 2 wins (Chevrolet ...

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