GT1-World champion team will be on start at the Touring Car World Championship WTCC with three Seat, the first challenge at the 24 hour race in Dubai successfully passed.
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.
Yvan Muller time is a new qualifying lap record for Monza and nearly 1.5 seconds faster than the previous record.
Fernando Monje was 10th in qualifying at Marrakech and will hold pole position on the reversed grid for Race 2.
Germany’s World Touring Car Championship team landed the series reigning title winner for the 2013 season. Rob Huff will be one of the ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport Seat Leons.
New terrain for the German Team ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport: Second season event of the WTCC on the city course in Marrakesh – René Münnich: "We want to tie in with the results in Monza“
The German Team ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport before the season start of the WTCC in Monza – Team and drivers are full of beans for the new challenge – René Münnich: "We are ready!“
Rob Huff two times on the podium, Marc Basseng two times on seven.
Marc Basseng almost on the podium on position four, Rob Huff on six and ten.
Rob Huff scored points on position four and six for the racing stable from Saxony.
The acting world champion Rob Huff from Great Britain finished eighth and ninth in the Seat Léon for the racing stable from Saxony.
Rob Huff seventh and eighth, Marc Basseng ninth – Third position in the team world championship assured.
The scene is set for an intriguing fight tomorrow between Honda versus Chevrolet.
Acting champion Rob Huff wins race on the Hungaroring.
The German Team ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport scored the third podium placing at the WTCC in Portugal – René Münnich: "A great start into the second season half for our team"
Marc Basseng fifth and seventh, Rob Huff fifth.
Rob Huff eighth on the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo.
ALL-INKL.COM Muennich Motorsport with ten kilos additional weight in the Seat Léon on the Hungaroring. René Münnich: "The aim is still a podium placing“