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FIA World Touring Car Championship – Real Cars. Real Racing.

The FIA WTCC is one of the most spectacular and fastest growing series in motorsports. In 2012 alone, the sport attracted a TV audience of over half a billion across 20 broadcast networks globally. DHL is excited to be a part of the race action as Official Logistics Partner.

It seems the hallmark of the WTCC is to deliver nail-biting action that always goes down to the wire. 2012 was no exception as Rob Huff of Team Chevrolet won his first FIA WTCC crown in the final race of the season after fighting his way back from an early mistake in the race. Fans were kept at the edge of their seats right to the very end.

Over the past seven years, the WTCC has been setting record after record, growing in popularity and establishing itself as the third most important FIA championship behind Formula 1® and the World Rally Championship.

 
With drivers from 18 countries and a schedule that spans the globe, WTCC has truly become a highlight for motorsport fans around the world

Home to BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, SEAT and Lada in 2013, WTCC is a highly competitive series that allows fans to watch the world’s top manufacturers rev up their engines.

FIA WTCC is currently scheduled to hold races in 13 countries over five continents: Europe, Africa, North and South America and Asia. The first race of the season will be March 23-24 in Italy at the Autodromo die Monza located 20 km north of Milan – one of the most famous and fastest racetracks in the world and home to the Italian F1 Grand Prix – an event that is sure to attract a packed house and have fans glued to their flat screens around the world.

WTCC races into Russia this year for the first time where drivers will compete on the country’s first modern permanent racetrack – the Moscow Raceway – which opened in 2012.

In cooperation with Eurosport, Europe’s leading sports entertainment group, the FIA WTCC truly is a unique event in terms of public awareness, sponsoring as well as offline and online branding. Eurosport delivers high quality coverage around the world.

As Official Logistics Partner, DHL Motorsport & Event Logistics Germany manages the WTCC’s entire logistics. This includes transport to and from the race track, paddock handling and customs clearance. With some 30 cars and tons of equipment and four overseas trips in 2013, this is certainly a job for a global logistics expert like DHL.

We’re proud deliver the FIA WTCC to the world!

2013 FIA World Touring Car Championship

 
24 March: Monza, Italy
7 April: Marrakech, Morocco*
28 April:Slovakia Ring, Slovak Republic*
5 May: Budapest, Hungary
19 May: Salzburgring, Austria
9 June: Moscow, Russia*
30 June: Porto, Portugal**
28 July: Curitiba, Brazil*
8 September:Sonoma, USA
22 September:Suzuka, Japan
3 November:Shanghai, China*
17 November: Macau*
* subject to the ASN’s confirmation
** subject to the circuit homologation