The frontrunning Münnich Motorsport squad will once again campaign the Honda Civic Type R TCR in the WTCR - FIA World Touring Car Cup in 2021, fielding two teams from a central umbrella operation.
Following a strong 2020 season in which the outfit's fleet expanded to four cars for the first time, a pair of two-car teams will again be run under the respective ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport and ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport banners.
It marks the fourth year in a row since TCR regulations were adopted at the top level of international touring car racing that Münnich Motorsport teams have represented Honda.
The formation of the driver line-up will also remain unchanged for 2021.
ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport enjoyed their best result in the Teams’ championship last year, finishing second, and will continue to be represented by Argentinians Esteban Guerrieri and Nestor Girolami.
Tiago Monteiro and Attila Tassi are also team-mates for a third-straight season and will race for ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport.
Though both teams will work together closely, on track they will be treated as separate entities, with all drivers given equal opportunities to win. Besides the main sponsorship of ALL-INKL.COM, the team will also be able to count on the continuous support of Castrol and Brose while enjoying the benefits of Honda Racing Customer Support.
The Civic Type R TCR is built by Honda’s long-standing motorsport partner JAS Motorsport. Münnich Motorsport won five of 16 WTCR races in 2020 with the car, which for a second year in a row claimed the prestigious TCR Model of the Year award - becoming the first car to win the prize for a second time.
Dominik Greiner, Münnich Motorsport Team Manager, said: "We are very pleased that we will continue to race the Honda Civic Type R TCR in the WTCR with both ALL-INKL.COM Münnich Motorsport and ALL-INKL.DE Münnich Motorsport this year. It was a big job for us to run two teams for the first time in the WTCR in 2020, but we were happy with our performance and are sure of the lessons we have learned from last season. We are looking forward to the first round at the Nürburgring next month and hope for a great season."