THE FIRST VICTORY OF 2007 THE FIRST VICTORY OF 2007
SEAT returns to win in the FIA World Touring Car Championship
The Spanish brand has achieved its first victory of the 2007 WTCC season
at the Zandvoort circuit in the Netherlands.
BMW national team driver line-up confirmed for 2008 season.
Munich, 12th November 2007. Prior to the season finale of the FIA World Touring
Car Championship in Macau (MAC), BMW has already laid down the foundations for
success in the coming...
Farfus and Porteiro claim top-ten grid positions for BMW in Monza.
In qualifying for the 19th round of the 207 FIA World
Touring Car Championship in Monza, Augusto Farfus (BRA) from BMW Team
Germany finished sixth, thus being the best-placed BMW...
Chevrolet Europe has re-signed an agreement with UK-based Ray Mallock
Limited to extend the current agreement and WTCC commitment beyond the
2007 season. Under the agreement works Chevrolets will be entered in all
rounds of the FIA World Touring...
Tiago Monteiro was delighted at the chance to get acquainted with the
long version of the Brands Hatch circuit this weekend for the 9th meeting
of the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC). Once he got started on
the historic English track, ...
N.TECHNOLOGY ALFA ROMEO SECURE 5TH IN CHAMPIONSHIP
N.Technology Alfa Romeo's James Thompson delivered a crowd pleaser
at Brands Hatch today, finishing on the podium for his home fans and
consolidating fifth in the FIA World Touring Car ...
MENU CLAIMS LAST GASP POLE
Alain Menu has claimed his fourth pole position of the season for Chevrolet.
The Swiss man stole pole from the grasp of James Thompson who set a superb
1:33.032 on his first flying lap.The field had a task on their...
The FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) resumes competition this
weekend following a four-week break. The Oschersleben circuit, located
some 30 kilometers from Magdeburg, Germany, will be the setting for the
15th and 16th legs of the ...
Tiago Monteiro shines at wet Anderstorp!
A Pole Position, a second place in the first race, and the best comeback
in the second race!
For the second time in the six meetings of the FIA World Touring Car
Championship (WTCC) in which he has...
TRAFFIC JAM IN PAU
Today's first race for the N.Technology Alfa Romeo team was ruled
by the traffic on the streets of Pau in round seven of the FIA World
Touring Car Championship.
British driver James Thompson spent most of the race within...
SEAT SPORT CONTINUES PREPARATION ON THE LEON WTCC
Working especially on starts and May's race in Valencia
The SEAT Sport team is continuing their pre-season work according to the
schedules established at the end of last season. The whole team ...
TITLE CONTENDERS ON MAXIMUM BALLAST
All the six drivers who are still in contention to secure the world
champion's crown will be carrying the maximum 60kg ballast on board their
cars at Macau: Andy Priaulx, Yvan
Muller, Augusto Farfus, James ...
SEAT Leon TDI dominates WTCC race at Monza with pole and two wins
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The SEAT Leon TDI dominated the FIA World Touring Car Championship race
meeting at Monza in Italy today, with Yvan Muller qualifying...
Fourth win for Alain whilst Rob takes a third
A peerless performance from Alain Menu at Brands Hatch saw him take his fourth win in
the 2007 World Touring Car Championship, and RML Chevrolet's sixth of the season.
In the autumnal sunshine he...
N.TECHNOLOGY ALFA ROMEO DENIED POLE AT THE 11TH HOUR
Thompson led the way at Brands Hatch today
Today's FIA World Touring Car Championship time sheets were
dominated by N.Technology Alfa Romeo's James Thompson right up
until the last minute of...
SEAT SPORT DOMINATES WTCC QUALIFYING IN GERMANY
1-2-3 for SEAT Sport in Oschersleben qualifying
SEAT Sport has qualified 1-2-3 for a round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship for the very first time today. Gabriele Tarquini set a ...
N.TECHNOLOGY BACK ON WINNING GROUND
N.Technology Alfa Romeo is aiming for strong results next weekend in
Anderstorp, Sweden as the Italian team returns to familiar ground for
rounds 13 and 14 of the FIA World Touring Car Championship ...
LARINI BACK UP TO FOURTH POSITION IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP
Nicola Scores Good Points In Brno While Bad Luck and Race Incidents
Hamper Alain Menu and Rob Huff's Day
BRNO (ROUND 9 & 10)
The seven points gained in the Czech
round of the WTCC allow...
BMW Drivers well prepared for WTCC's European Start.
Munich, 30th April 2007. The next round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship
(WTCC) is taking place on 6th May. After a break of almost two months, the drivers of
the BMW national teams...
Miguel Freitas back in the points
The Italian Monza circuit was the tenth meeting of the season for
the WTCC-troops. Following on from a difficult summer, Monza represented a
new start for Racing For Belgium. The Belgian team headed off down to...
The FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) is going from historic
circuit to historic circuit. Two weeks after making his Leon No. 18 car
roar at Brands Hatch, Tiago Monteiro enters the den of speed this coming
weekend. Located 20 kilometers ...
SEAT SPORT'S FINAL EUROPEAN PUSH IN RACE FOR WTCC MANUFACTURERS' AND
Tarquini to make it three SEAT Leon TDIs at Monza
For his home race meeting at Monza, SEAT Sport's Italian driver Gabriele
Tarquini will switch from the ...
Coronel earns final championship point the hard way
The British racing track of Brands Hatch set the scene of the 17th and
18th round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship. Of course Tom
Coronel and his orange-black SEAT Leon, prepared by...
Muller strengthens title challenge after Brands Hatch battles
Yvan Muller has moved up to 3rd in the FIA World Touring Car
Championship Drivers' standings after finishing 4th and 5th in the two
UK rounds at Brands Hatch. The SEAT Leon TDI ...
CHEVROLET MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP
Chevrolet couldn't have had a better result in qualifying after achieving a
1-2-3. Alain Menu, Robert Huff and Nicola Larini all posted their best times
(2:06.927, 2:07.687 and 2:07.731) within seconds, towards the...
From city circuit to rollercoaster: BMW seeks further victory in Brno.
Munich, 11th June 2007. As the FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC)
continues, BMW national teams have no time to put their feet up: next weekend sees
GENE AND JOURDAIN JR SCORE FIRST WTCC POINTS OF THE YEAR IN SPAIN
SEAT Sport takes a podium and a lot of positives from Valencia
SEAT Sport had a positive weekend at its home round of the FIA World
Touring Car Championship, with...
N.TECHNOLOGY THIRD IN TESTING
N.Technology Alfa Romeo's weekend got off to a great start today
in Macau with guest driver Andre Couto posting the third fastest time
during official FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) testing.
Track action for the final event of the 2007 FIA World Touring Car
Macau has been postponed
by one day due to logistical issues that resulted in a delayed delivery
of spare parts to some of the teams.
The FIA Stewards decided to...
Five questions for the BMW title contenders in the WTCC
Three BMW drivers are still in contention for winning
the drivers' title in the FIA World Touring Car Championship. Prior to the season
finale in Macau, double world champion, Andy Priaulx...
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE AS N.TECHNOLOGY HEADS TO MONZA
James Thompson may be British born but the FIA World Touring Car
Championship race winner says N.Technology Alfa Romeo's Latin
flair has rubbed off, giving him extra incentive for the...
Great determination for BMW Team Italy-Spain for Brands Hatch
The one month long pause between the German race at
Oschersleben and the Brands Hatch one allowed BMW Team Italy-Spain's men
to focus on the development of the cars for the...
THOMPSON IN TOP TEN DESPITE SMASH
N.Technology's James Thompson qualified a remarkable 10th for tomorrow's
round of the FIA World Touring Car Championship at Porto despite crashing
on his flying lap.
The 33-year-old clipped the tyre wall...
SWEDISH ACES TO RACE IN ANDERSTORP
Ekblom - two of the most successful Swedish Touring Car drivers ever -
will join the FIA WTCC for their home event at Anderstorp.
A FOURTH CHEVROLET FOR RYDELL
Chevrolet will enter a fourth Lacetti car in...
30 kilos is too much!
No one can be expected to do the impossible. Two weeks after being the
most successful driver at Pau, Tiago Monteiro arrived at the Brno (Czech
Republic) circuit severely handicapped by the 30 additional kilos of