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Qualifying times - Curitiba

Yvan Muller secures pole position in Brazil for Chevrolet ahead of the opening round in the 2010 World Touring Car Championship.
1. Yvan Muller Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze 1min 23.725secs
2. Jordi Gene SR-Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 23.757secs
3. Alain Menu Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze 1min 23.829secs
4. Rob Huff Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze 1min 23.833secs
5. Gabriele Tarquini SR-Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 23.834secs
6. Andy Priaulx BMW Team RBM BMW 320si 1min 23.955secs
7. Augusto Farfus BMW Team RBM BMW 320si 1min 23.981secs
8. Michel Nykjaer SUNRED Engineering SEAT Leon TDI 1min 24.161secs
9. Tom Coronel SR-Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 24.325secs
10. Norbert Michelisz Zengo-Denison Team SEAT Leon TDI 1min 24.926secs

11. Tiago Monteiro SR-Sport SEAT Leon TDI 1min 24.562secs
12. Fredy Barth SUNRED Engineering SEAT Leon TDI 1min 24.983secs
13. Stefano D'Aste Proteam Motorsport BMW 320si 1min 25.153secs
14. Darryl O'Young bamboo engineering Chevrolet Lacetti 1min 25.328secs
15. Mehdi Bennani Wiechers-Sport BMW 320si 1min 25.486secs
16. Franz Engstler Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320si 1min 25.547secs
17. Sergio Hernandez Proteam Motorsport BMW 320si 1min 25.826secs
18. Harry Vaulkhard bamboo engineering Chevrolet Lacetti 1min 25.841secs
19. Andrei Romanov Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320si 1min 27.567secs


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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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