Citroën Racing has recruited Yvan Muller as part of its World Touring Car Championship team. The French driver, a three-time world champion, will drive one of the Citroën C-Elysée WTCC cars that will be used in the competition from 2014.
Your choice for the best story of our Top 20 Moments of 2012 was not a surprise due to the admiration and respect many have for the Italian champion.
Jose Maria Lopez has earned his fifth victory of the 2014 season.
The reigning WTCC champion, Rob Huff, will be pleased just to have taken away some points from Monza after a crash on the first lap of qualifying left his SEAT León with broken suspension.
The WTCC driver attend the annual Honda conference where the Japanese car manufacturer describes in detail their sports projects.
Citroën dominated the opening race of the 2014 World Touring Car season, going 1-2-3 with José María López leading the charge.
Gianni Morbidelli took a thrilling race 2 victory in an event that saw all three Citroën drivers finish 5th or worse, mostly due to a lot of good blocking by Tom Coronel.
Argentinian racer ‘Pechito’ López won his debut race from the pole position on the Termas de Río Honda circuit in his homeland. WTCC points leader Yvan Muller took the race 1 victory.
Yvan Muller time is a new qualifying lap record for Monza and nearly 1.5 seconds faster than the previous record.