WTCC Qualifying times - Puebla

1. Jordi Gene SEAT Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 40.808secs
2. Nicola Larini Chevrolet Chevrolet Lacetti 1min 40.981secs
3. Tom Coronel SUNRED SEAT Leon TFSI 1min 41.239secs
4. Rob Huff Chevrolet Chevrolet Lacetti 1min 41.488secs
5. Alain Menu Chevrolet Chevrolet Lacetti 1min 41.517secs
6. Augusto Farfus BMW Team Germany BMW 320si 42.583secs
7. Rickard Rydell SEAT Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 42.594secs
8. Gabriele Tarquini SEAT Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 41.671secs
9. Yvan Muller SEAT Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 41.791secs
10. Tiago Monteiro SEAT Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 41.873secs
11. Felix Porteiro BMW Team Germany BMW 320si 1min 42.045secs
12. Andy Priaulx BMW Team UK BMW 320si 1min 42.208secs
13. Jorg Muller BMW Team Germany BMW 320si 1min 42.235secs
14. Pierre-Yves Corthals Team Exagon SEAT Leon 1min 42.729secs I
15. Alex Zanardi BMW Team Italy-Spain BMW 320si 1min 43.050secs
16. Sergio Hernandez Proteam BMW 320si 1min 43.297secs I
17. Franz Engstler Team Engstler BMW 320si 1min 43.890secs I
18. Olivier Tielemans Weichers-Sport BMW 320si 1min 43.952secs I
19. Stefano D'Aste Proteam BMW 320si 1min 44.068secs I
20. Andrey Romanov Team Engstler BMW 320si 1min 45.437secs I
21. Ibrahim Okyay Otomotiv Motorsport BMW 320si 1min 47.962secs I

Related Pictures

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Jordi Gene - SEAT Sport SEAT Leon TDI [pic credit: FIA WTCC]
Jose Maria Lopez - Citroen Racing
Sebastien Loeb - Citroen C-Elysee
Ma Qing Hua - Citroen Racing
WTCC, grid line-up, [Credit: XPB]
Sebastien Loeb - Citroen C-Elysee
Sebastien Loeb - Citroen C-Elysee
Yvan Muller - Citroen Racing
Yvan Muller - Citroen Racing
Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
Yvan Muller - Citroen Racing
Yvan Muller - Citroen Racing
Yvan Muller (FRA), Citroen, WTCC [Credit: WTCC media]
Rob Huff (GBR), LADA Sport, WTCC [Credit: XPB]
Tiago Monteiro (POR), Castrol Honda WTCC, WTCC [Credit: Honda]
Nick Catsburg (NED), Lada Sport, WTCC, [Credit: Lada Sport]
Yvan Muller - Citroen Racing

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April 06, 2008 7:08 AM

Well well, what a surprise! How much longer before the authorities do something about these turbo diesels. The cars are meant to have equal performance. I don''t think so!!!!! Having watched the qualifying live on Eurosport2 the speed differences on the straights is unreal.

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