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Munnich shows off 2013 livery

Munnich Motorsport shows off its livery for the 2013 World Touring Car Championship season
The Munnich Motorsport team has shown off the final livery it will use for its debut campaign in the World Touring Car Championship this season.

The team, which has spent recent seasons competing in the now defunct FIA GT1 World Championship, will field three cars in the WTCC this year.

Marc Basseng, Markus Winklehock and team boss Rene Munnich have already completed their first tests of the year with the SEAT Leons they will use this season, although the cars ran without their livery during the sessions in Spain and Portugal.

The team has now revealed the livery 'in the flesh' having only previously revealed computer generated images, with the ALL-INKL.COM – the company owned by Munnich – featuring heavily.

The Munnich squad is the first to have confirmed it will run the SEAT Leon this season.


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Munnich Motorsport SEAT Leon [Pic credit: Munnich Motorsport]
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Tom Boardman - Special Tuning SEAT Leon [Pic credit: FIA WTCC]
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Tom Boardman - Special Tuning SEAT Leon [Pic credit: FIA WTCC]
Tom Boardman - Special Tuning SEAT Leon [Pic credit: FIA WTCC]

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