WTCC Race Reports. Page 6

  • Curitiba 2007: Muller heads BMW 1-2-3.

    Open article Curitiba 2007: Muller heads BMW 1-2-3.

    11 March 2007 Jorg Muller staved off a spirited last lap challenge from Andy Priaulx to triumph in the first round of the 2007 World Touring Car Championship at Curitiba, BMW duly living up to their qualifying pace by dominating the race.

  • Macau 2006: Jorg's race, Andy's year.

    Open article Macau 2006: Jorg's race, Andy's year.

    19 November 2006 Jorg Muller did all he could in the second race for the World Touring Car Championship in Macau, but it wasn't enough to prevent Andy Priaulx from securing the title for the second successive season.

  • Macau 2006: Race one win gives Priaulx advantage.

    Open article Macau 2006: Race one win gives Priaulx advantage.

    19 November 2006 Andy Priaulx has taken the lead of the World Touring Car Championship with just one race remaining after a lights to flag victory in the opening race at Macau.

  • Valencia 2006: Jorg back in hunt after win.

    Open article Valencia 2006: Jorg back in hunt after win.

    08 October 2006 The World Touring Car Championship standings have yet another new look to it after Jorg Muller's win in the second race of the day at Valencia was enough to put him up into second place on leader board, while Augusto Farfus' fifth enough to move him into a surprise top spot with only two races at Macau to go.

  • Valencia 2006: Important third win for Farfus.

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    08 October 2006 Augusto Farfus cruised to his third victory of the season in round 17 of the World Touring Car Championship at Valencia, but the hero of the race was undoubtedly independent driver Luca Rangoni, who claimed a superb second in his Proteam BMW.

  • Istanbul 2006: Tarquini swims to victory.

    Open article Istanbul 2006: Tarquini swims to victory.

    24 September 2006 On a track more akin to a river than a circuit, Gabriele Tarquini won his first race in the World Touring Car Championship for SEAT in a race delayed by more than two hours thanks to a heavy thunderstorm that flooded Istanbul Park in just a few minutes.

  • Istanbul 2006: Zanardi romps to popular win.

    Open article Istanbul 2006: Zanardi romps to popular win.

    24 September 2006 Alex Zanardi claimed his second career victory in the World Touring Car Championship with an example of text book driving at Istanbul as those behind him, not least most of the title contenders, embarked on a chaotic afternoon of racing.

  • Brno 2006: Huff bags maiden win.

    Open article Brno 2006: Huff bags maiden win.

    03 September 2006 Rob Huff claimed his first and only Chevrolet's second ever World Touring Car Championship victory in the second race of the day at Brno, holding off Andy Priaulx from start to finish to lead home a British 1-2.

  • Brno 2006: Jorg revives title hopes with win.

    Open article Brno 2006: Jorg revives title hopes with win.

    03 September 2006 Jorg Muller led a BMW 1-2 in the first race of the day at Brno to take victory in the 13th round of the World Touring Car Championship, the German holding off the race-long attentions of Alex Zanardi.

  • Puebla 2006: Farfus completes perfect Alfa day.

    Open article Puebla 2006: Farfus completes perfect Alfa day.

    30 July 2006 Alfa Romeo claimed their second 1-2 result of the day in the twelfth round of the World Touring Car Championship at Puebla, Mexico, although this time it was Augusto Farfus Jr. who stepped up from the support act to the main attraction with his second win of the year.

  • Puebla 2006: Tavano claims maiden win.

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    30 July 2006 Salvatore Tavano broke his World Touring Car Championship points duck in style by storming to a lights-to-flag in the eleventh round of the series at Puebla, Mexico.

  • Curitiba 2006: Priaulx wins after fraught battle.

    Open article Curitiba 2006: Priaulx wins after fraught battle.

    02 July 2006 Andy Priaulx scored his fourth World Touring Car win of the season after claiming a comfortable lights-to-flag win in a race marred by two massive crashes at the same point on the Curitiba circuit in Brazil.

  • Curitiba 2006: Gene claims first win of season.

    Open article Curitiba 2006: Gene claims first win of season.

    02 July 2006 SEAT's Jordi Gene denied Augusto Farfus victory in front of his home fans with his first win of the year in round nine of the World Touring Car Championship at Curitiba in Brazil.

  • Oschersleben 2006: Jorg ends victory drought.

    Open article Oschersleben 2006: Jorg ends victory drought.

    04 June 2006 Jorg Muller claimed his first World Touring Car Championship win for over a year after easing to a comfortable victory in the second race at his home Oschersleben track.

  • Oschersleben 2006: Priaulx holds off Muller.

    Open article Oschersleben 2006: Priaulx holds off Muller.

    04 June 2006 Andy Priaulx overcame a late charge from team mate Dirk Muller to claim his third World Touring Car Championship win of the season at the Oschersleben.

  • Brands Hatch 2006: Menu secures maiden Chevy win.

    Open article Brands Hatch 2006: Menu secures maiden Chevy win.

    21 May 2006 Alain Menu overcame treacherous conditions to score Chevrolet's first World Touring Car win at a very wet Brands Hatch after Andy Priaulx threw away his lead and the chance of a home win.

  • Brands Hatch 2006: Muller leads SEAT train.

    Open article Brands Hatch 2006: Muller leads SEAT train.

    21 May 2006 SEAT completed what they have threatened to do all season by locking out the podium in the first race at Brands Hatch, the third round of the World Touring Car Championship, with Yvan Muller making a triumphant return to Britain ahead of Peter Terting and James Thompson.

  • Magny-Cours 2006: Priaulx back on top.

    Open article Magny-Cours 2006: Priaulx back on top.

    30 April 2006 Andy Priaulx has returned to the top of the World Touring Car Championship after a dominant display in the second race at Magny-Cours, leading home Jorg Muller for BMWs second one-two finish of the day.

  • Magny-Cours 2006: Dirk on top in Muller battle.

    Open article Magny-Cours 2006: Dirk on top in Muller battle.

    30 April 2006 BMW proved that there are no orders in their team following a scintillating battle between team mates Dirk and Jorg Muller, with the former German eventually coming out on top by the chequered flag.

  • Monza 2006: Farfus wins, SEAT shine, BMW flounder.

    Open article Monza 2006: Farfus wins, SEAT shine, BMW flounder.

    02 April 2006 Augusto Farfus Jr. took advantage of his pole position to secure his second World Touring Car victory in a hugely eventful second race at Monza that saw SEAT star again and main rivals BMW fall foul of collisions.

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