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Stat Saturday: WTCC race winners

Stat Saturday: WTCC race winners

07/01/2017 12:00

Thirty-six drivers have won races in the FIA World Touring Car Championship. And here they are in order of victories claimed.

Yvan Muller (FRA), 48
José María López (ARG), 29
Rob Huff (GBR), 28
Alain Menu (CHE), 23
Gabriele Tarquini (ITA), 22
Andy Priaulx (GBR), 18
Augusto Farfus (BRA), 15
Jörg Müller (DEU), 10
Tiago Monteiro (PRT), 9
Tom Coronel (NLD), 6
Sébastien Loeb (FRA), 6
Norbert Michelisz (HUN), 5
Rickard Rydell (SWE), 5
Tom Chilton (GBR), 4
Jordi Gené (ESP), 4
Fabrizio Giovanardi (ITA), 4
Dirk Müller (DEU), 4
James Thompson (GBR), 4
Alessandro Zanardi (GBR), 4
Mehdi Bennani (MAR), 3
Michel Nykjær (DNK), 3
Stefano D’Aste (ITA), 2
Ma Qing Hua (CHN), 2
James Nash (GBR), 2
Félix Porteiro (ESP), 2
Thed Björk (SWE), 1
Nicky Catsburg (NLD), 1
Franz Engstler (DEU), 1
Sergio Hernández (ESP), 1
Duncan Huisman (NLD), 1
Nicola Larini (ITA), 1
Gianni Morbidelli (ITA), 1
Pepe Oriola (ESP), 1
Salvatore Tavano (ITA), 1
Peter Terting (DEU), 1
Colin Turkington (GBR), 1

Tiago Monteiro, a race winner and title contender during the final season of the FIA World Touring Car Championship in 2017, has received Portugal’s Sport Merit Award.

Comtoyou Racing has signed its second FIA World Touring Car Cup contender in as many days with the addition of Aurélien Panis to its WTCR line-up for 2018.

WTCR Q&A: Denis Dupont

18/01/2018 12:00 - 2017

The 25-year-old Belgian will carry the hopes of a nation on his shoulders – and his Comtoyou Racing Audi RS3 LMS – when he contests the inaugural FIA World Touring Car Cup for the RACB National Team. He’s had this to say.

The 25-year-old Belgian will carry the hopes of a nation on his shoulders – and his Comtoyou Racing Audi RS3 LMS – when he contests the inaugural FIA World Touring Car Cup for the RACB National Team. He’s had this to say.

Belgium’s motorsport federation, the RACB, has identified the inaugural FIA World Touring Car Cup as the ultimate international launch pad for its young star driver, Denis Dupont.

The man behind the Honda Civic Type R TCR project hopes several examples of the car will be on the grid when the inaugural FIA World Touring Car Cup begins in Morocco on 7 April.

Súper TC2000 champion Facundo Ardusso would consider racing in the FIA World Touring Car Cup when the WTCR visits his native Argentina in August – providing he received an invitation to do so.