If the FIA World Touring Car Championship is anything, it is real. The four-door, two-wheel-drive sedans on the race track are the same models on sale in dealer showrooms around the world. These modified production vehicles are equipped to allow speeds close to 300 km/h and breed exciting door-to-door clashes and bumper-to-bumper racing.

It’s spectacular, it’s exciting, it’s real – and it’s one of the fastest growing series in motorsports today. Over the past years, the WTCC has been setting record after record, growing in popularity and establishing itself as a third most important FIA championship behind Formula 1 and the World Rally Championship. 

The Official Logistics Partner since 2010, DHL manages the WTCC’s entire logistics. This includes transport to and from the race tracks around the world, paddock handling and customs clearance. With races in 12 countries on 4 continents, some 30 cars and hundreds of tons of equipment, DHL is proud to bring its 30+ years of motorsports logistics experience to this sport.

Interested? Read about our lineup of logistics services.

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