WTCC » Macau - Qualifying times


Rob Huff takes pole position for the final round of the 2009 World Touring Car season after surviving a chaotic qualifying session

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LES - Unregistered

November 20, 2009 12:20 PM

I just hope all those taken to hospital are fully fit for Sunday and that the cars can be repaired so that the championship is decided on the track.

But mainly I wish to say brilliant job to Rob Huff and that will make getting up at 4am well worth it :)

Jon Trotter

November 20, 2009 6:00 PM

The cars looked quite racey twards the end of qualifying with it getting dark and all the city lights on. Whilst Macau isn't really suitable for an evening race race, I wonder how long before the WTCC have a night/ twilight race.

Well done to the brits, I hope Thompson and his car are fighting fit for Sunday

richard

November 21, 2009 9:17 PM

the simple fact is, that macau is not suitable for a touring car race. even bikers hate it! this is a finale for the wtcc, and is every year, but unfortunately as there is no passing, the results are known before the race, based on quali. only gusty will gain a place. but hey, we may be surprised for once, tomorrow!

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