The 2019 World Touring Car Cup was full of entertainment. Here’s just some of the highlights…
Norbert Michelisz came out on a top after a blockbuster battle for the title was curtailed by engine problems for Esteban Guerrieri.
A storming drive from Esteban Guerrieri launched him right back into title contention, while Nicky Catsburg’s season went up in flames.
Johan Kristoffersson will start from pole position in the third WTCR race this weekend, while Norbert Michelisz has pole for race two.
Volkswagen took over from Audi as the car to beat in FP2, with Kristoffersson and Huff topping the time sheets.
Niels Langeveld and Frederic Vervisch topped the time sheets for Comtoyou Racing.
Despite Ma Qing Hua’s best efforts, Yvan Muller took victory in the opening WTCR race at Ningbo.
Yvan Muller took pole position for the opening WTCR race this weekend, while his team-mates struggled to match the veteran’s pace.
Johan Kristoffersson was fastest of all in the final practice session before qualifying kicks off.
Esteban Guerrieri will start the first WTCR race of the weekend from pole position.
Esteban Guerrieri won the reversed-grid race at Zandvoort, ahead of Benjamin Leuchter and Johan Kristoffersson.
Thed Bjork doubled his win tally for the year in the first race at Zandvoort, finishing ahead of Yvan Muller and Mikel Azcona.
The Cyan Racing Lynk & Co quartet were the fastest cars in qualifying, however they’ve paid the price with an immediate balance of performance downgrade.
Nestor Girolami doubled up with his second race victory of the season, beating pole-sitter Jean-Karl Vernay.
Yvan Muller dropped out of the lead with a steering fault, but Lynk & Co still took victory as Thed Bjork picked up the pieces.