On Race 1 Alex MacDowall bring home Bamboo Engineering’s first ever driver championship podium and a win in the Yokohama Independents Trophy.
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 Stewards of the FIA World Touring Car Championship came down hard on 14 drivers for “Unsporting behaviour on the track..."!
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.
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
Fernando Monje was 10th in qualifying at Marrakech and will hold pole position on the reversed grid for Race 2.
This was Gabriele Tarquini’s and Honda’s second consecutive pole position after Marrakech.
Alex MacDowall: “It all went pretty well this weekend, I don’t think we could have done any better.”
Alex Macdowall now remains in the Far East in preparation for the all-important final two races of the WTCC season.
Ahead of rounds 11 and 12 of the season, Chevrolet Cruze driver Alex MacDowall is third in the Independents standings with two class wins and seven class podiums.