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 engines with a capacity of up to 2-litres.

There are currently 16 international, national or regional series utilising the TCR regulations as their main rule book.

2020/21 carsales TCR Australia Series

  1. August 15-16, Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW
  2. 2. September 12-13, Sandown, Vic
  3. October TBA , Phillip Island, Vic
  4. November 12-15, Bathurst, NSW
  5. January 24-26, Symmons Plains, Tas
  6. January 30-31, Baskerville, Tas

WALL RACING in TCR Australia

Wall Racing works closely with J.A.S Motorsport to run 3 Honda’s in the TCR Australia series along with providing customer support to two privately owned Hondas.

J.A.S Motorsport has been chosen by Honda as an Official Partner in racing since 1998.


Honda Australia celebrates its 50th birthday this year, marking half a century since the company was established locally on February 4, 1969.

Although Honda products had been imported and distributed around Australia by a variety of private companies since the 1950s, the brand’s official local presence began when Honda Motor Company in Japan sent Mr. Hidehiko Shiomi to Melbourne to setup a unified, national representation for Honda in Australia.

“Honda Australia was a Honda subsidiary set up primarily to sell cars, but it has since grown with the global Honda brand to deliver a wide range of products and services that help make people’s lives more enjoyable,” said Honda Australia Managing Director & CEO, Mr. Hiroyuki Shimizu.

From cars and motorcycles to generators, lawn mowers and marine engines, Honda’s diverse range of products have been enjoyed by millions of Australians over the last 50 years.