The current regulations of the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship has been confirmed to at least 2017 by the STCC organisation and team organisation TCTA.
”We have taken this decision together to create stability for Swedish racing. This provides a good base for teams, drivers, partners and support classes to invest for the future,” said Jonas Lundin, MD of STCC AB.
There has been indications that the current regulations would be replaced next year, with the new TCR regulations having been mentioned.
”We are closely following and evaluating the development of the racing world to see what could become our new regulations for the future,” said Christian Dahl, Volvo Polestar Racing team owner and TCTA representative.
The current regulations, spawned from the war between STCC and TTA in 2012, featuring silhouette cars with common technical parts and a V6 engine of 420 hp.
”This decision gives us excellent conditions for the future, we can continue to work with partners long term. The STCC regulations provides a good ground for fast and spectacular racing that at the same time is cost effective and properly adjusted for Swedish conditions,” said Dick Jönsson-Wigroth, WestCoast Racing team manager and TCTA representative.