The 2019 World Touring Car Cup was full of entertainment. Here’s just some of the highlights…
Esteban Guerrieri won the first WTCR race of the weekend, while Nicky Catsburg and Andy Priaulx caused controversy.
Yvan Muller took pole position for the opening WTCR race this weekend, while his team-mates struggled to match the veteran’s pace.
Mikel Azcona got off the mark with his and PWR Racing’s first ever race victory in the World Touring Car Cup.
Norbert Michelisz went fastest in qualifying to secure pole position for the opening WTCR race of the weekend.
Esteban Guerrieri won the reversed-grid race at Zandvoort, ahead of Benjamin Leuchter and Johan Kristoffersson.
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.
After dominating the WTCR Race of Morocco last year, Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing had to work hard to stay with the opposition in the opening races of the new WTCR season.
Yvan Muller dropped out of the lead with a steering fault, but Lynk & Co still took victory as Thed Bjork picked up the pieces.
Nicky Catsburg’s brakes failed, leaving the race leader with nowhere to go but the barriers.
Frederic Vervisch endured a miserable day on Saturday, but his fortunes have well and truly changed with Belgian going fastest of all in qualifying for Sunday’s set of races.
Thed Bjork finished in 2nd place, sandwiched in-between the Argentine Munnich Motorsport team-mates, Esteban Guerrieri and Nestor Girolami.