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Norbert Michelisz dominates in second Qatar practice

Honda’s Norbert Michelisz dominated the second World Touring Car Championship practice session at the Losail International Circuit in Qatar, going seven tenths clear of team-mate Esteban Guerrieri.

Norbert Michelisz goes fastest in first Qatar practice

Honda’s Norbert Michelisz stated his intent in first practice for the World Touring Car Championship season finale in Qatar by beating Münnich Motorsport’s Rob Huff and Volvo title rival Thed Björk to the top time.

Thed Björk says winning WTCC title would be ‘just as good’ as F1

Thed Björk says that winning the World Touring Car Championship title would be “just as good” as F1, if the Volvo driver can beat Honda rival Norbert Michelisz to the title on Friday.

Norbert Michelisz ‘as prepared as possible’ for finale title bid

Norbert Michelisz says that he and Honda are ‘as prepared as possible’ as he bids to secure a first World Touring Car Championship title with Honda in Qatar on Friday.

Yvan Muller to replace Néstor Girolami in Qatar finale

Yvan Muller will make a shock return to the World Touring Car Championship in Qatar tomorrow, as the Frenchman replaces Néstor Girolami at Polestar Cyan Racing as Volvo aim to secure the WTCC title.

Kris Richard returns to WTCC field in Qatar

Kris Richard will make his second appearance in the World Touring Car Championship in the season finale in Qatar this week, after being given the chance for a second outing in the Campos Racing Chevrolet Cruze.

Guerrieri to end season with Honda as Monteiro returns to paddock

Esteban Guerrieri will complete the World Touring Car Championship season with Honda, as it was confirmed that Tiago Monteiro would not return to the driving seat this season.

Tom Chilton: ‘What happened to Esteban Guerrieri was karma’

Tom Chilton believes that karma intervened for him in the main World Touring Car Championship race in Macau, when he was able to secure the final podium position after re-passing Honda’s Esteban Guerrieri on the last lap.

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