While the entry list for this year’s edition of the World Touring Car Cup looks particularly strong, plenty of faces from the 2018 season will not be returning for a second campaign.
Gabriele Tarquini took a relatively comfortable win in the World Touring Car Cup, ahead of Norbert Nagy and Yvan Muller.
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.
Despite tough competition, Cupra had a successful World Touring Car debut during the recent series of races on the streets of Marrakech.
The 2018 season signals a new era for World Touring Cars. So, what should we expect?
The 2018 World Touring Car Cup makes its way to Hungary for the second round of the season.