On Race 1 Alex MacDowall bring home Bamboo Engineering’s first ever driver championship podium and a win in the Yokohama Independents Trophy.
Wins first race to seal title, while Tarquini takes second race.
In the full respect of the tradition, the final event of the WTCC season in Macau provided plenty of action and coups de théâtre.
Citroën, on its first season in WTCC and touring car racing, mathematically conquered the Manufacturers’ title.
Tom Coronel concludes his 25th year in motor racing with seventh place in the final FIA WTCC standings.
Tom Coronel comes second after a strong second race
Gabriele Tarquini took the second race win of the season for Honda, while Norbert Michelisz brought his Civic home in third position.
Tom Coronel fastest Chevrolet Cruze driver in both races.
Tom Coronel 7th and 4th with ROAL Motorsport Chevrolet Cruze.
Rob Huff received the chequered flag in 11th position, James Thompson and Mikhail Kozlovskiy, ran quiet races to finish 12th and 13th.
Rob Huff give a jubilant LADA Sport team its second-ever WTCC race win.
The qualifying sessions and races of the ninth round of the FIA WTCC took place to day at the Beijing Goldenport Park Circuit.
Ma Qing Hua has shocked the WTCC world and done Citroen proud.
Jose Maria Lopez has earned his fifth victory of the 2014 season.
For nine of the twelve laps Huff looked entirely in control, pulling out a four-second lead over the brawling Citroens and Hondas.
Een A pair of eleventh places means no world championship points for Tom Coronel
Tiago Monteiro fought for every one of the 18 laps in the two races at the Spa-circuit.
Muller holds on for Race One victory.
LADA Sport LUKOIL heads straight into Round 7 and 8 of the 2014 FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) in Slovakia next weekend.
The four Civics running in this season's WTCC proved highly competitive this weekend.
Tom Coronel battles for what he is worth and scores valuable world championship points.
José-María López was the other star of the day’s proceedings, winning race 1 after starting from pole.
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.
The Swindon driver was nonetheless pleased to have battled the odds successfully.
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.