The FIA World Touring Car Championship 2014 starts on April 13th on the street circuit of Marrakech.
Wins first race to seal title, while Tarquini takes second race.
Citroën, on its first season in WTCC and touring car racing, mathematically conquered the Manufacturers’ title.
Separated by less than 0.15 of a second, the three Citroën C-Elysée WTCCs finished first, second and third in qualifying in Suzuka.
Gabriele Tarquini took the second race win of the season for Honda, while Norbert Michelisz brought his Civic home in third position.
Tiago Monteiro is currently in 4th position in the FIA WTCC Drivers' Championship.
At the wheel of the Castrol-Civic WTCC Gabriele Tarquini will start on row 3 having finished the qualifying in 6th position.
Castrol Honda J.A.S. team driver Gabriele Tarquini was released from the Budapest Military Hospital and looks forward to the WTCC event in Austria.
Tiago Monteiro fought for every one of the 18 laps in the two races at the Spa-circuit.
Castrol Honda World Touring Car Championship team's driver was invited to the Goodwood Festival of Speed to drive the famous Honda RA272 Formula One car.
Four Honda Civics finished the session within this close group with Gabriele Tarquini in 10th place for Race 1 .
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.
The WTCC driver attend the annual Honda conference where the Japanese car manufacturer describes in detail their sports projects.
A single lap in Q3 to determined the top five grid positions for race 1 which will see Tiago Monteiro start on the second row of the grid in 4th position with Gabriele Tarquini in 5th.
Yvan Muller earned his fourth WTCC Drivers' title and Honda took their first Manufacturers’ title.
The Slovakia Ring proved again to be challenging for the FIA World Touring Car Championship with close racing and overtaking action in both races.
Fernando Monje was 10th in qualifying at Marrakech and will hold pole position on the reversed grid for Race 2.
Whilst safety considerations must be paramount the drivers had mixed opinions.
After the kick off at Monza, Italy, the World Touring Car Championship will visit eleven other countries over four continents.
The streets of Boavista are merciless and upset a number of drivers over the weekend.
Yvan Muller won the first race of the day in Budapest but Robb Huff answered back by taking the top step of the podium in race two. Two of the WTCC drivers were injured: Gabriele Tarquini and Franz Engstler
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