On the eve of the WTCC opener in Argentina this weekend, Motorsport.com caught up with four-time World Champion Yvan Muller.
Planet Earth’s finest touring car racing heroes will resume their battle for on-track glory in Argentina.
The final preparations have been completed on the #11 car that will be driven by Grégoire Demoustier.
DHL backing brings a bright new livery for fifth year with the Italian team.
The Frenchman spoke up about his current plans to run another rally or two in 2015.
First African driver to have won in the FIA WTCC, it is with much ambition that he will try to keep on progressing.
The 24 year old driver made his WTCC debut in Argentina for the first round of the season at the Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo.
James Thompson: "There is much to be excited about with this new project, and over the weekend the LADA Sport Rosneft team showed some signs of what will be achieved."
Bad luck in both races of Argentine season.
The Moroccan driver and the Alsace-based team realized their potential in Argentina, scoring their points in FIA WTCC thanks to a Top 5 overall.
'Catch Me If You Can' time for the Argentinean José María López
James Thompson take pole position for Race 2
Craft-Bamboo Racing is ready for Argentina as the FIA WTCC returns for the 2015 series introduction.