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First images of the 2014 Honda Civic WTCC Race Car shown

Snapshot: Honda's WTCC-spec race car will compete within the Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team.

Honda has officially released two photos of its 2014 Civic hatchback racer that is scheduled to compete in this year’s World Touring Car Championship (WTCC.) These images of the race car wearing some camouflage were snagged at the Argaon track in Spain, while undergoing test rounds. At the end of 2013 we did get to see Honda’s WTCC racer in a official render. However, its great to see the live images of the racer, especially since it looks so hot. The camouflaged Honda Civic WTCC Race Car is seen sporting a huge rear spoiler, larger wheels and beefed up wheel arch extensions, which are part of the wide body kit.  

Honda will race the WTCC-spec Civic within the Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team with two works car. Behind the wheel be be Tiago Monteiro and Gabriele Tarquini from the JAS Motorsport team, while two additional cars will be managed by Zengo Motorsport with driver Norbert Michelisz and Proteam Racing with Mehdi Bennani as driver. 

More details  about the 2014 Honda Civic WTCC Race Car will be revealed as we inch closer to its racing debut. 

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