The Japanese Touring Car Championship (JTC), which gained popularity due to the success of Skyline GT-R, ended with the end of Group A regulations in 1993. The successor series was JTCC and started from 1994.This new touring car race was based on the regulation of BTCC (British Touring Car Champions..
The 24 hours of Spa-Francorchamps was revived for touring cars in 1964, and gained popularity with motorsport fans as a summer tradition in Europe. Japanese manufacturers, as well as many drivers, had been challenging a variety of vehicles since the 1970s and 1980s. In 1989, the Toyota Corolla Levin..
The Celica, which Toyota pioneered a new genre of specialty cars, made its debut in 1970. It became to gain high popularity with the release by adopting a stylish form and a "full choice" system. In addition, the Celica was also used as a basic vehicle of motor sport, its success generated more popu..
One of the summer festivals for motorsport fans in Europe is the 24 Hours of Spa race held at the end of July at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. The 24 Hours of Spa is a traditional race for touring car held annually since 1924. BMW is one of the familiar makes in the 24 Hours of Spa race, a..