The TCR UK Touring Car Championship is proud to welcome increased support from Corbeau Seats for the 2023 season.

Corbeau Seats has been a loyal supporter of the championship in previous seasons and joins a number of partners already involved with TCR UK including the likes of, Goodyear, Liqui Moly and Ohlins.

The world-renowned motorsport seat manufacturer holds a history that dates back to 1963 when its original founder Colin Folwell began developing the first-ever race car seats at the company’s base in St Leonards-On-Sea, East Sussex, where they continue to produce road and race car seats today.

The TCR UK Touring Car Championship itself has seen rapid growth over the last two seasons with an increase in entries each year as well as an increase in the depth of driving talents and new TCR cars joining the championship, which enters its sixth season in 2023.

Corbeau Seats Managing Director Vic Lee is very proud to be part of the TCR UK family of partners ahead of the newest season, which gets underway at Snetterton this weekend:

“Corbeau has a proud history as the original motorsport seat manufacturer, and we continue that tradition by increasing our support of the TCR UK Touring Car Championship for 2023. We have been a proud supporter of TCR UK in previous seasons and it’s great to see the hard work put in by Stewart and Nicki Lines paying off as the championship grows year on year.”

“We have watched the championship grow in recent seasons and are very happy to remain a part of what is turning out to be one of the most exciting motor racing championships in the UK. This year’s entry shows both new and returning talent with a strong representation of the latest generation of TCR cars to race in the UK and we look forward to an exciting year.”

TCR UK Championship Promoter Stewart Lines welcomes the move by Corbeau Seat to increase their position as one of the growing number of partners for 2023.

“Corbeau has been a loyal sponsor of TCR UK for the last few seasons and it’s fantastic that they are supporting the concept again in 2023, and we would like to thank Vic Lee for his continued support to the TCR concept in the UK, and we very much hope to build on this relationship in the future.”

To find out more about the TCR UK Touring Car Championship visit for more info and how to get involved.


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