Tom Coronel concluded his season with the ROAL Motorsport-BMW 320 TC with a well-deserved and hard-fought third place.
Alex MacDowall: “It all went pretty well this weekend, I don’t think we could have done any better.”
Rob Huff two times on the podium, Marc Basseng two times on seven.
Rob Huff scored points on position four and six for the racing stable from Saxony.
Rob Huff seventh and eighth, Marc Basseng ninth – Third position in the team world championship assured.
RML Group would like to personally thank Yvan for his successful contribution to the UK-based team in their WTCC program and championships.
Rob Huff eighth on the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo.
Yet another pole position for Muller in his RML Chevrolet Cruze! His teammate Chilton secured 2nd for the World Touring Car Championship's inaugural race at Termas de Río Hondo circuit. Making his, López will start race 2 from pole in his homeland.
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"
The streets of Boavista are merciless and upset a number of drivers over the weekend.
Rob Huff, who scored starting position three at the Qualifying, fought for a podium placing that several drivers wanted to reach at the first race.
Yvan Muller proved again why he has the points lead as he scored the inaugural WTCC pole on the Moscow Raceway.
The acting world champion Rob Huff from Great Britain finished eighth and ninth in the Seat Léon for the racing stable from Saxony.
Alex MacDowall: “It’s one of the best races I’ve driven and I was pleased with the result, from 12th to fifth overall isn’t bad at all."
The Stewards of the FIA World Touring Car Championship came down hard on 14 drivers for “Unsporting behaviour on the track..."!
Acting champion Rob Huff wins race on the Hungaroring.
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
The Slovakia Ring proved again to be challenging for the FIA World Touring Car Championship with close racing and overtaking action in both races.
The scene is set for an intriguing fight tomorrow between Honda versus Chevrolet.