There are a number of races around the world on racing tracks or racetracks that cause car enthusiasts joyous excitement with a thunderous mixture of crazy speed, piercing brakes and extraordinary bravery of racers. Toyota's rich history of motor racing is seven decades, and today we have united all our international events under the same name: TOYOTA GAZOO Racing.
The 380-horsepower Yaris WRC, driven by a talented team led by Tommy Makinen, is a component of our success in rallies.
Creating racing cars requires far more than pure theoretical knowledge. In this process, it is about getting detailed data and direct experience to build a vehicle that is capable of crossing the boundaries of any road. Following this assumption, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing will return to the game after a 17-year break and will start in the prestigious World Rally Championship (WRC) in 2017.
A long-distance, advanced hybrid race car with a power output of almost 1000 bhp and a top speed of over 330 km / h.
World Endurance Championship (WEC) is the culmination of extraordinary innovation and teamwork. The event features nine races in various parts of the world - including the famous 24-hour Le Mans. In 2012, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing returned to the championship, and since 1985 has continued to participate in the Le Mans rally. In 2016, Toyota has for the 18th time participated in the 24-hour Le Mans and our team struggled for the last time, losing the race just before the finish. However, the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing team will not rest in their quest to achieve ever more spectacular success.
The racing, uncompromising version of the revolutionary crossover accelerates heartbeat every time it gets in the field of vision.
In 2007, the GAZOO Racing team joined the 24-hour endurance race at the Nürburgring, the "world's toughest race". Teams from around the world, both private and supported by car manufacturers, are set to start a 25km race in Germany, called "green hell" to test their capabilities.
At the killer rally through the desert sands our drivers and their cars give absolutely everything.
Toyota once again took part in the Dakar Rally. In the 38th edition of the race we saw the Toyota GAZOO Racing South Africa with Hilux with improved 4WD performance, which will be in the Super Production category. TGRSA will perform in two teams: Katarzyna Nasser Al-Attiyah as driver with French pilot Matthieu Baumel in #301 and South African driver Giniel de Villiers with German pilot Dirk von Zitzewitz in #302.
NASCAR races in the United States 75 million fans. Meet Toyota's success in this spectacular sport.
In 2017, Toyota will race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series with the new Camry. The car's design is based on a civilian model that will hit next year for mass production. The previous season was one of the best in the brand's history. Toyota has won 16 victories - the most since the entry into the NASCAR cup series in 2007. For the first time in history, Toyota has won the highest trophy in the category of manufacturers.
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