TCR Australia

The TCR regulations, formulated by former World Touring Car Championship manager Marcello Lotti, were developed in 2014 as a cost-effective touring car racing alternative.

Eligible cars include all front-wheel drive C-Segment hatchbacks or sedans, powered by production–based turbocharged petrol or diesel engines with a capacity of up to 2-litres.

There are currently over a dozen National or Regional series across the world utilising the TCR regulations, plus the FIA-sanctioned Kumho TCR World Tour which competes around the globe, joining various National/Regional series’ in their events.

16 Manufacturers have cars currently homologated to TCR Series rules around the world, including Peugeot, Renault, Alfa Romeo, Hyundai, Honda and many more.

TCR Series rules stipulate that fully-fledged factory backed entries are prohibited, however, car manufacturers are encouraged to support its cars entered by professional or private teams.

The category has produced some of the most breath-taking, close and exciting motor racing, thanks to its level playing field amongst a wide-range of car manufacturers from around the globe.

Garry Rogers Motorsport has also been awarded the role of designing and manufacturing the newest generation Peugeot TCR cars, and are in that process now.

In 2024, GRM is contesting four Peugeot 308’s in the series with the following drivers:

  • Aaron Cameron – Team Valvoline GRM
  • Ryan Casha – Team Valvoline GRM
  • Jordan Cox – Schaeffler GRM
  • Ben Bargwanna – Hangcha Racing