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Real cars. Real racing.

Taking everyday cars with everyday engines to their absolute limits, the FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) is one of the fastest growing and most spectacular motorsport series in the world with 30 races staged in 9 countries across Europe, South America, Africa and Asia in 2018. Drivers compete both on specially designed circuits and street tracks. In order for each event to run smoothly, a complex, far-reaching range of logistics need to be managed. Precise planning, fast decision making and reliable delivery are vital and from the start the series’ organizers reached out to DHL to manage the ‘race behind the race’.

DHL Pole Position Award

The driver, who achieves the most pole positions, is awarded the prestigious prize at the end of the season.

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DHL and WTCR: A success story

FIA WTCR 2018: New regulations, new drivers, new circuits

FIA WTCR 2018: New regulations, new drivers, new circuits

The 2018 FIA WTCR season will see major changes in touring car racing with plenty of innovation and much that remains familiar.

Norbert Michelisz wins DHL Pole Position Award

Norbert Michelisz wins DHL Pole Position Award

DHL recognized Honda Racing Team JAS driver Norbert Michelisz as the winner of the DHL Pole Position Award.

WTCR Logistics

WTCR Logistics

The WTCR is a year-round job for logistics partner DHL. Learn more how DHL ensures a safe and reliabe transport.

Insight Logistics

Insight Logistics

Discover exciting stories and get expert insights from the fascinating world of logistics.

Speed, determination and good preparation

The DHL Pole Position Award was established in 2015 to recognize the driver who most consistently puts himself in a winning position before each race. It recognizes speed, determination, good preparation and attention to detail, which are all reasons that our customers turn to DHL for their logistics support.

Nour Suliman

CEO, DHL Express Middle East and North Africa

Logistical planning and organisation

Taking the WTCR to four different continents and regions during an eighth-month period requires significant logistical planning and organisation, which is where DHL, the WTCR’s Official Logistics Partner, performs a vital role.

François Ribeiro

Head of Eurosport Events

Great feeling

Winning the DHL Pole Position Award in 2015 was a great feeling, and I am very proud to win it again for a second consecutive year. Qualifying is the most decisive step before a race. With this award, DHL has highlighted that selecting the right strategies, preparing thoroughly and delivering a strong performance in qualifying can give you a clear advantage over the competition and put you closer to the podium before the main racing action has started.

José María López

WTCC Champion

Tom Coronel

DHL Brand Ambassador Tom Coronel reveals the top six races of his long career.

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Tom Coronel to race Boutsen Ginion Racing Honda CIVIC in 2018 FIA WTCR



28th October 2018


Suzuka International Racing Course

MOMacau SAR China

18th November 2018


Guia Circuit

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