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A successful weekend in the land of the rising sun could enable Citroën and Pechito López to secure world titles for the third year running.
Honda’s Tiago Monteiro believes the Citroen cars will remain the benchmark in the 2017 WTCC season despite the manufacturer pulling its works team from the championship.
Honda is going to carry maximum performance penalty weight for the first time in the coming FIA World Touring Car Championship race weekend at Motegi, Japan.
Jose Maria Lopez has thanked his Citroen WTCC teammate Yvan Muller for his help in clearing the Honda of Norbert Michelisz, which allowed the Argentine to take victory in the main race at Termas de Rio Hondo.
Reigning WTCC champion Jose Maria Lopez says he was not surprised by countryman Esteban Guerrieri's superb pace in the opening day of the Argentina weekend.
WTCC promoter Francois Ribeiro says he is "really glad" that his championship allowed Jose Maria Lopez to get back in the limelight of international motorsport.
Citroen won the Manufacturers’ Against the Clock heat at Vila Real in Portugal, finishing ahead of Honda by three-tenths of a second, helping to maintain their points lead over Honda after the Japanese marque took pole position.
Reigning WTCC champion Jose Maria Lopez says he "would love" to remain connected with Citroen after it exits WTCC at the end of the season.
Lada have paid the price for its fast pace in the wet at their home race in Moscow Raceway, with the Russian manufacturer acquiring an additional 50kg of compensation weight as a result.
Reigning WTCC champion Jose Maria Lopez looks back at a tough weekend in Moscow, which left him podium-less for the first time in his career in the series.
Honda driver Norbert Michelisz says he is hopeful that Citroen factory duo Jose Maria Lopez and Yvan Muller remain in the WTCC even after the impending conclusion of the French marque's works programme.
On the most demanding circuit in the world, the Citroën C-Elysée WTCC and its drivers confirmed their status as the standard-setters in the discipline.
Jose Maria Lopez has put faith in his Citroen teammate Yvan Muller ahead of tomorrow’s race, indicating an inter-team collision at the start as seen in Formula 1's Spanish GP between Mercedes teammates Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton is unlikely.