WTCC » Curitiba - Qualifying times

Yvan Muller secures pole position in Brazil for Chevrolet ahead of the opening round in the 2010 World Touring Car Championship.

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March 06, 2010 10:04 PM

Not a single petrol SEAT. Sad times we are in. Rather small grid this year Lada team (no doubt linked to the sudden sponsorship deal with Renault F1) :rolleyes: Still, i'll watch like I always do as the racing is usually good. I think Huffy has a title in him, hopefully it's his this year.

phil - Unregistered

March 06, 2010 10:38 PM

Renault own 25% of Lada so it's not that surprising it's on there... I think Russia aren't happy with Renault either so that's probably another reason...

The only reason that there were Petrol SEAT's last year is SEAT wouldn't supply the TDI to non-factory teams... since there isn't a true factory entry this year, why would you run the petrol variant when the diesel is sadly significantly better.

Hopefully without a SEAT lockout the racing should be more varied... hopefully.

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