Kevin Ceccon’s superb victory in the opening race at Suzuka provided Team Mulsanne with a much-needed boost, particularly following the recent departure of Fabrizio Giovanardi due to doubts about the car’s performance.
The Peugeot 308TCR and Alfa Romeo Giulietta TCR are relative minnows amongst the World Touring Car ranks, yet this didn’t stop Aurelien Comte and Kevin Ceccon from getting the best out of them at Suzuka.
After a long period of struggle throughout the 2018 season, Gordon Shedden finally got back to the top step of the podium.
Despite the challenges of both Aurelien Comte and Nathanael Berthon, it was Mehdi Bennani who took victory in Race Two.
Team WRT’s Jean-Karl Vernay was victorious in the first race of the weekend, while Pepe Oriola and Gordon Shedden completed the podium.
The Audi RS3 LMS TCR was the best overall package at Wuhan street circuit, as the World Touring Car Cup concluded its visit to China.
Norbert Michelisz’s victory in the third WTCR race at the Slovakiaring, coupled with a double DNF for Tarquini and Muller, has put the Hungarian right back into the championship battle.
It was a great qualifying session for the Hungarian drivers this afternoon, with Michelisz going fastest, and Nagy taking the reverse-grid pole position for race two.
Pepe Oriola controlled the race nicely en route to taking his and Campos Racing’s first race win of the 2018 campaign.
Gabriele Tarquini and Norbert Michelisz will lock-out the front row of the grid for race one at the Slovakiaring, with a hefty pace advantage over the rest of the field.
Aurelien Comte overcame James Thompson in the second race at Zandvoort to secure a historic victory.
Jean-Karl Vernay narrowly beat Rob Huff to go fastest of all in the second qualifying session of the WTCR Zandvoort weekend.
Yann Ehrlacher emerged from the confusion of race one to claim his second victory of 2018.
The 2018 season signals a new era for World Touring Cars. So, what should we expect?
DG Sport becomes first WTCR team to compete with a Peugeot 308 TCR, with Aurelien Comte taking up one of the two slots at the team.