• Could the FIA Junior WRC be decided at the Tour de Corse?

    Could the FIA Junior WRC be decided at the Tour de Corse?

    The fifth round of the season, the Tour de Corse is the next challenge for the FIA Junior WRC crews. Simone Tempestini, winner of three of the first four rounds, is already in a position to win the title and the prize on offer: a six-race programme in the 2017 WRC2 behind the wheel of a DS 3 R5. The Italian will find a large contingent of French drivers attempting to block his path, all determined to do well at their home event!

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  • Yvan Muller enters the final straight!

    Yvan Muller enters the final straight!

    Four-time World Champion Yvan Muller, who has been an official Citroën driver since midway through 2013, has announced that this season will be his last in the FIA WTCC.

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  • Citroën seeks to wrap up sixteenth World title!

    Citroën seeks to wrap up sixteenth World title!

    Just as it did in 2014 and 2015, the Citroën Total team once again has a date with destiny in Shanghai! Citroën need only two more points to secure their third consecutive FIA World Touring Car Championship Manufacturers’ title.

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  • Kris Meeke and Craig Breen to compete at Tour de Corse

    Kris Meeke and Craig Breen to compete at Tour de Corse

    Abu Dhabi Total WRT will enter two cars at the Tour de Corse, the French round of the World Rally Championship. Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle and Craig Breen/Scott Martin will be tasked with keeping up the team’s run of good results, whilst Stéphane Lefebvre and Gabin Moreau will continue their recovery following their accident at Rallye Deutschland.

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  • Victory for Yvan Muller as José María López claims title*!

    Victory for Yvan Muller as José María López claims title*!

    Yvan Muller and José María López finished first and second in the main race at Motegi (Japan) to claim the Citroën C-Elysée WTCC’s fifth one-two of the season. The result means that the Argentinian is provisional world champion for the third year running, whilst Citroën took another step closer to a sixteenth World Championship title.

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