Series Eligibility

The Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR is eligible for the following series without additional modifications or upgrades:

IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge

From the showroom to the speedway, the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge is IMSA’s showcase for the latest in American-made and imported high performance sports cars, coupes and sedans straight from the dealer showroom floor. With modifications permitted only in the area of safety and competition, the Continental Tire Challenge is home to the same cars seen on streets and highways around the world every day. Racing takes place in three classes, Grand Sport (GS), Touring Car (TCR) and Street Tuner (ST), with the series running a 10-race schedule in tandem with the WeatherTech Championship. Series eligibility is pending.

Pirelli World Challenge

In it’s 29th year, Pirelli World Challenge is a GT-production based series that features some of the of some of the most competitive racing in North America. The passionate series is comprised nearly 100 vehicles (including Ferrari, Audi, Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, and Aston-Martin, among other impressive brands) and seven unique classifications in 2018, including GT, GTA, GT Cup, GTS, TCR, TC, and TCA. Opening in St. Petersburg, Florida on March 9th, the 2018 season looks to be one of the most exciting in its history. From breathtaking finishes to the most impressive racing vehicles in the world, Pirelli World Challenge features some of the best racing in North America and in the world.

TCR International Series

An international touring car championship. The championship was promoted by World Sporting Consulting (WSC), founded by former World Touring Car Championship manager Marcello Lotti.[1] It was marketed as a cost-effective spin-off of the WTCC, targeted at C-segment hatchbacks production-based touring cars. The title TCR follows the naming convention now used by the FIA to classify the cars that compete in touring car racing, with TC1 referring to the top tier as used by the FIA WTCC and TC2 referring to the legacy cars which principally compete in the FIA ETCC.