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March 15th, 2012
Former MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo spent a day testing an old-spec GP2 car with Spanish team Addax at Valencia yesterday. The Yamaha rider, world champion in 2010, had a full day of running in a first generation GP2 car, which was raced between 2005-2007 in the Formula 1 support series. “This is a unique experience,” said Lorenzo.
November 18th, 2011
Rob Huff took pole position for the first of the World Touring Car Championship finale races on Friday, after outpacing title rival and Chevrolet team-mate Yvan Muller in a thrilling battle for the top spot.
November 5th, 2011
Rob Huff was quickest in an uneventful morning practice session for the World Touring Car Championship’s Shanghai event at the Tianma circuit. The Chevrolet driver’s early 1m05.750s lap was sufficient to keep him on top until the end of the half-hour session, 0.214 seconds clear of the second-placed BMW of ROAL’s Tom Coronel
November 4th, 2011
Alain Menu was quickest in the Friday test session as the World Touring Car field got to grips with the Tianma circuit in China. Chevrolet driver Menu found himself in a battle for the top spot with Polestar Volvo’s Robert Dahlgren and Wiechers BMW’s Colin Turkington, ultimately emerging ahead with a lap of 1m05.978s right at the end. Dahlgren was 0.039 seconds behind in second, followed by Turkington and title rivals Rob Huff and Yvan Muller in the other works Chevrolets.
October 23rd, 2011
Tom Coronel absorbed race-long pressure from Yvan Muller to pick up his first win of the season in the second of today’s WTCC races at Suzuka. The ROAL Motorsport BMW driver took advantage of a poor start by polesitter Darryl O’Young to take the lead going into the first corner, and quickly found himself at the head of a queue comprised of the three lead works Chevrolets and Robert Dahlgren’s Polestar Volvo – the latter having been hastily patched back together after crashing in race one.
September 4th, 2011
Chevrolet’s Yvan Muller took perhaps the most opportunistic victory of his illustrious tin-top career when he won the second race at Valencia in Spain on Sunday to extend his points lead in the World Touring Car Championship. The win had looked destined to be claimed by a BMW driver, as although Franz Engstler stalled from pole position, Tom Coronel led a marque 1-2-3 from Javier Villa and Norbert Michelisz.
September 4th, 2011
Yvan Muller took the first race win and the World Touring Car Championship lead at Valencia, heading a Chevrolet Cruze one-two ahead of Alain Menu, as Rob Huff’s title aspirations – quite literally – took a blow. In a thrilling start, Gabriele Tarquini edged his SEAT Leon down the inside of poleman Muller, with Huff making it three-wide into Turn 1. Despite braking the latest, Muller could not hold off Tarquini’s advances, and the former champion sealed the deal over the reigning champion at Turn 2.
September 3rd, 2011
As expected, Yvan Muller kept on hammering his opposition in qualifying at Valencia on Saturday, setting his fourth pole position of the year by almost half a second. After heading both free practice sessions earlier today, Muller produced a 1m42.649s to take pole position in his RML-run Chevrolet Cruze. Points leader, Huff will start second, but his 1m43.105s was the best part of a half a second slower.
July 17th, 2011
Yvan Muller completed a clean sweep of pole position and two wins in the Wold Touring Car Championship at Donington Park, although his race two victory remains provisional due to an incident that is among several being reviewed by the stewards. Muller started 10th and took advantage of the standard reversed-grid race chaos to make quick progress through the field. He claimed the lead from Gabriele Tarquini on lap five, but had gained a place along the way by tagging his Chevrolet team-mate Robb Huff into a half-spin at Goddard’s.
July 16th, 2011
Yvan Muller secured pole position for Sunday’s opening World Touring Car Championship race at Donington Park, leading a Chevrolet 1-2-3 in qualifying.
July 15th, 2011
Yvan Muller set the pace in free practice ahead of this weekend’s World Touring Car Championship round at Donington Park. The defending champion continued Chevrolet’s dominance of the season with a best time of 1m37.194s during the dying stages, to give himself an advantage of 0.285s over his nearest rival
July 4th, 2011
Javier Villa has been given a five-place grid penalty for the next round of the World Touring Car Championship at Donington Park following a controversial incident at Porto last weekend.
July 3rd, 2011
Alain Menu claimed his third victory of the season with a lights-to-flag effort in today’s opening World Touring Car Championship race in Porto, while team-mates Yvan Muller and Rob Huff followed him across the line for another Chevrolet 1-2-3. Menu controlled the field right from the start and never looked under threat
July 2nd, 2011
Rob Huff comfortably topped the times in today’s second World Touring Car Championship free practice session around the Porto street circuit. The current points leader took his Chevrolet around the circuit in 2m05.719s, further lowering the marker for fastest-ever touring car lap on the resurfaced track. Huff’s team-mate Alain Menu had set the previous benchmark with a 2m07.068s in the opening session earlier in the morning
June 19th, 2011
Championship leader Rob Huff scored his fifth World Touring Car Championship race win of the season at Brno after a terrific opening lap scrap with polesitter Yvan Muller. Following a strong rolling start for both drivers, Muller defended hard from Huff into Turn 1, the Briton nearly taking to the grass in his efforts to avoid contact with his Chevrolet team-mate
June 18th, 2011
Yvan Muller will start tomorrow’s first World Touring Car Championship race from pole position after a dominant display at Brno.
June 5th, 2011
Alain Menu claimed his second World Touring Car Championship race victory of the year, leading from start to finish in race one at the Hungaroring. Menu converted his first pole position since 2009 into the lead at the first corner, with Chevrolet team-mate Yvan Muller’s victory chances ruined when he was tapped wide by BMW driver Tom Coronel
April 24th, 2011
Rob Huff led from start to finish to spearhead a Chevrolet 1-2-3 in the opening World Touring Car Championship race at Zolder today. Huff capitalised on his pole position to cross the line ahead of team-mate Alain Menu, who had started alongside him on the front row, while reigning world champion Yvan Muller produced a neat overtaking move at the hairpin to deny Gabriele Tarquini a place on the podium a few laps before the end. The race was punctuated by a four-lap stint behind the safety car, which was triggered by two almost simultaneous accidents on lap three
April 23rd, 2011
Rob Huff led a Chevrolet lockout of the front row in World Touring Car Championship qualifying at Zolder today. The Briton’s 1m38.458s lap proved beyond the reach of his rivals, with team-mate Alain Menu best of the rest courtesy of a late flying lap that left him just 0.14s short. It could easily have been a Chevrolet 1-2-3 when reigning champion Yvan Muller set out on his final run with a clear track ahead, but his hopes were dashed when he ran wide at the exit of Turn 4
April 23rd, 2011
Chevrolet’s dominance of the 2011 World Touring Car Championship season-opener at Curitiba has carried through to the first part of this weekend’s round at Zolder, with Rob Huff and Yvan Muller setting the pace in this morning’s opening practice session. Huff’s marker of 1m38.531s put him 0.2 seconds clear of his reigning champion team-mate, leaving third-placed Michel Nykjaer a further second in arrears as the quickest of the non-Chevys in his two-litre SUNRED SEAT