Asia-Pacific Touring Car Championship
|Category||Touring car racing|
|Last Drivers' champion||Joachim Winkelhock|
|Last Makes' champion||BMW|
|Last Teams' champion||Schnitzer Motorsport|
The FIA Asia-Pacific Touring Car Championship was a motorsport championship staged in 1988 and in 1994. The 1988 championship was won by New Zealand's Trevor Crowe and the 1994 champion was Joachim Winkelhock from Germany. Crowe drove a BMW M3 for fellow Kiwi John Sax, while Winkelhock drove a BMW 318i for Schnitzer Motorsport. In 1996–1999 the series was re-vamped into the South East Asia Touring Car Zone Challenge mainly with local drivers only. In 2000 it changed to the FIA Asian Touring Car Championship.
|1988||John Sax||Trevor Crowe||BMW M3|
|1994||Schnitzer Motorsport||Joachim Winkelhock||BMW 318i|