World Touring Car Championship

Macau’s back!

WTCC returns to one of the most challenging tracks in the world

Why we race

Working with race cars means achieving perfection in every detail, never leaving any room for failure. However, winning is also about rapid and continuous development, to never rest, to continue searching for optimal solutions in every aspect.

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Results

No Name / Car, Team Points
01 Thed Björk
Volvo S60 TC1, Polestar Cyan Racing
228,5
02 Norbert Michelisz
Honda Civic WTCC, Honda Racing Team JAS
212
03 Nicky Catsburg
Volvo S60 TC1, Polestar Cyan Racing
209,5
04 Tiago Monteiro
Honda Civic WTCC, Honda Racing Team JAS
200
05 Tom Chilton
Citroën C-Elysée WTCC, Sébastien Loeb Racing
184,5
06 Mehdi Bennani
Citroën C-Elysée WTCC, Sébastien Loeb Racing
184
07 Esteban Guerrieri
Chevrolet RML Cruze TC1, Campos Racing
180
08 Rob Huff
Citroën C-Elysée WTCC, Münnich Motorsport
142
09 Néstor Girolami
Volvo S60 TC1, Polestar Cyan Racing
110
10 Yann Ehrlacher
Lada Vesta WTCC, RC Motorsport
90

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Safety goes first

Equipped with a roll cage and state of the art rescue and communication systems, our Volvo V60 Polestar Safety Car is the safest of them all. It leads the WTCC field ahead of the races and during incidents, keeping everyone safe.

Cyan Racing

Cyan Racing

Owned by Christian Dahl and formerly named Polestar Racing, Cyan Racing handles all motorsport operations of Polestar as the official motorsport partner. With seven STCC drivers’ titles and eight STCC teams’ titles with the Volvo 850, S40, C30 and S60, Cyan Racing is one of the most successful Scandinavian teams ever.

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