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Hyundai to field four all-new Elantras in WTCR

Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing has confirmed four of its new Elantra N TCR machines will compete in this year’s FIA World Touring Car Cup.

Hyundai names drivers for 2020 WTCR season

Hyundai has announced its drivers for the 2020 FIA World Touring Car Cup, dropping Augusto Farfus from its roster.

Sepang WTCR: Michelisz crowned champion in dramatic finale

Hyundai driver Norbert Michelisz sealed the World Touring Car Cup title in the final race of the season at Sepang after rival Esteban Guerrieri dropped back with overheating issues.

Sepang WTCR: Michelisz closes on title with victory

Norbert Michelisz moved closer to claiming the WTCR title by winning a wild opening race at Sepang, though his main rivals fought their way into the top six.

Suzuka WTCR: Michelisz, Kristoffersson share Sunday wins

Johan Kristoffersson stormed to his second World Touring Car Cup victory in the final race at Suzuka, after Norbert Michelisz had briefly moved into the points lead by winning Race 2.

Portugal WTCR: Michelisz closes in on Guerrieri with win

Norbert Michliesz eased to a lights-to-flag victory in the opening World Touring Car Cup race at Vila Real to carve into Esteban Guerrieri’s championship lead.

Hungary WTCR: Tarquini beats Michelisz in finale

Reigning WTCR champion Gabriele Tarquini beat Hyundai team mate Norbert Michelisz to victory in the final race of the Hungaroring weekend.

Hyundai adds BMW pair to 2019 WTCR line-up

Hyundai has completed its four-car 2019 World Touring Car Cup line-up by retaining world champion Gabriele Tarquini and teammate Norbert Michelisz, and adding BMW drivers Nicky Catsburg and Augusto Farfus.

Slovakia WTCR: Michelisz wins as title contenders retire

Norbert Michelisz dominated the final World Touring Car Cup race at the Slovakia Ring to finally claim his first victory of the season.

Slovakia WTCR: Tarquini retakes points lead with Race 2 win

Gabriele Tarquini cantered to victory in the reversed-grid World Touring Car Cup race at the Slovakia Ring to reclaim the points lead from fellow Hyundai driver Yvan Muller.

Slovakia WTCR: Michelisz claims pole for Sunday's race

Norbert Michelisz upheld the BRC Racing team's one-lap advantage at the Slovakia Ring by claiming pole for Sunday's final World Touring Car Cup race in second qualifying.

Slovakia WTCR: Tarquini leads Hyundai 1-2 in qualifying

Gabriele Tarquini will start Saturday's opening World Touring Car Cup race at the Slovakia Ring from pole after he and BRC Racing Hyundai teammate Norbert Michelisz dominated qualifying.

Hungary WTCR: Tarquini clinches third win of 2018

Gabriele Tarquini clinched his third win from six races at the start of the World Touring Car Cup season, resisting Norbert Michelisz in the final race at the Hungaroring.

Hungary WTCR: Michelisz completes home pole sweep

Norbert Michelisz stormed to a second pole position in as many days in qualifying for the second and third World Touring Car Cup races at the Hungaroring.

Hungary WTCR: Michelisz scores pole with new lap record

Norbert Michelisz claimed a comfortable pole for Saturday's opening World Touring Car Cup race at the Hungaroring with a new TCR lap record of his home circuit.

Hungary WTCR: Home hero Michelisz tops practice

Norbert Michelisz was fastest in practice for the Hungarian round of the World Touring Car Cup, setting a new fastest lap of the Hungaroring in TCR machinery in first practice.

Tarquini and Menu to give Hyundai TCR debut

Multiple touring car champions Gabriele Tarquini and Alain Menu will debut a pair of Hyundai i30 N TCR cars in the TCR International Series next month.

Monte Carlo WRC: Ogier takes lead, Kubica and Paddon crash out

Defending World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier claimed the overall lead of Rally Monte Carlo after the three morning stages of Day 2.