Mehdi Bennani1983-08-25 (age 36)
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Sebastien Loeb Racing's Mehdi Bennani claimed his first win at World Touring Car level since last November in a thrilling finish to the reversed-grid race at Wuhan.
Sebastien Loeb Racing's Rob Huff and Mehdi Bennani will receive new Volkswagen Golf GTis after their original cars were written off in their Vila Real WTCR crash.
Rob Huff and Sebastien Loeb Racing teammate Mehdi Bennani will not contest Sunday's Vila Real World Touring Car Cup races due to damage sustained in their huge race one accident.
Mehdi Bennani clinched his third victory of the WTCC season in the reversed-grid race in Macau, which ended early after a crash involving title contender Norbert Michelisz.
Sebastien Loeb Racing’s Mehdi Bennani won the opening WTCC race at Vila Real, the first to feature the all-new joker lap, ahead of new championship leader Tiago Monteiro.
Mehdi Bennani and Thed Bjork have been punished by the stewards for incidents in the opening WTCC race at Monza.
The 2017 WTCC season begins this weekend in Morocco, and could be one of the most competitive campaigns for a long time, despite grid numbers being the lowest in the championship's 13-year history.
Mehdi Bennani will be back behind the wheel of his Sebastien Loeb Racing Citroen C-Elysee for the 2017 World Touring Car Championship.
Once again he has also settled himself as the man to beat in the WTCC Trophy having added another two wins to his prize list.
Tiago Monteiro won the opening race in Slovakia for Honda after a long fight with Mehdi Bennani, who finished second in his Sebastien Loeb Racing C-Elysee, with Rob Huff completing the podium in his Civic.
Rob Huff took his first victory in the WTCC since Macau 2014 in the opening race in France, jumping into the lead at the start.
The World Touring Car Championship has been Citroen's personal playground for the last two seasons - but could things be about to change in the French marque's final season in the series?
Citroen boss Yves Matton has confirmed that Sebastien Loeb Racing could represent the French marque in the WTCC with as many as five cars in 2017.
Citroen's privateer WTCC team Sebastien Loeb Racing has confirmed the signing of Gregoire Demoustier for the 2016 edition of the series.