JAS Motorsport is an Italian motor racing team. It was founded in 1995 by Paolo Jasson, Maurizio Ambrogetti, Giorgio Schon. The team competed in the 1996 International Touring Car Championship and the 1997 Super Tourenwagen Cup with Alfa Romeo. They have been an official partner of Honda since 1998 and have run the Japanese car manufacturer's programme in the Super Tourenwagen Cup (1998-1999), European Touring Car Championship (2000-2001, 2004) and World Touring Car Championship as Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team and Honda Racing Team JAS (2005-2006 and 2012–present).
|Team principal(s)||Maurizio Ambrogetti|
|Current drivers||Castrol Honda World Touring Car Team|
12. Robert Huff
18. Tiago Monteiro
Honda Racing Team JAS
5. Norbert Michelisz
Honda Civic TCR and Type-R TCR (2015–present)Edit
In 2014 Jas Motorsport announced that they will build Honda Civic touring car based on the TCR International Series regulations and aimed at customers. In the inaugural season the JAS Honda Civic TCR's were used by WestCoast Racing with other customers used it in various regional and national TCR series.
The car was subsequently updated for the following seasons and for 2017 the car was rebadged as Civic Type-R TCR. In 2017 JAS Motorsport announce that it will produce new car based on the tenth generation Civic which will be available to customers in 2018.
|2002||Honda Civic Type-R||Super 2000|
|2003||Honda Accord Euro-R||Honda K20A4 2.0L I4||Super 2000|
|2007||Honda Civic Type-R FN2 R3||FIA Group R|
|2012||Honda Civic S2000 TC||Super 2000|
|2013||Honda Civic CTCC FC1||CTCC|
|2014||Honda Civic S2000 TC||Honda HR412E 1.6L I4||TC1|
|2015||Honda Civic TCR (FK2)||Honda K20C1 i-VTEC DOHC Turbo I4||TCR|
|2016||Honda K20C1 i-VTEC DOHC Turbo I4||TCR|
|2016||Honda Civic TCS||TCS|
|2017||Acura NSX GT3||Honda HR-417E I4||Group GT3|
|2018||Honda Civic TCR (FK8)||Honda K20C1 i-VTEC DOHC Turbo I4||TCR|
Complete World Touring Car Championship resultsEdit
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
†Did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance.
- "JAS Motorsport working on more cars for TC3 throughout 2015". TouringCarTimes.com. 2 December 2014.
- "New Honda Civic Type R TCR to be launched in 2018". TouringCarTimes. 2017-07-12. Retrieved 2017-08-18.