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Néstor Girolami loses podium for Norbert Michelisz contact

Néstor Girolami has lost his second place finish in the second FIA World Touring Car Cup race at the Hungaroring for contact with Norbert Michelisz on the opening lap.

Santiago Urrutia moves to second in standings with race two win

Santiago Urrutia moved into the joint lead of the FIA World Touring Car Cup standings with a lights-to-flag victory in race two at the Hungaroring, after pole-sitter Rob Huff had to start from the pitlane.

Gilles Magnus takes lights-to-flag maiden victory at Hungaroring

Comtoyou Racing's Gilles Magnus put in a composed performance to lead from lights to flag and seal a maiden victory in the FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) at the Hungaroring.

Néstor Girolami ‘exceeds expectations’ in Hungaroring qualifying

Münnich Motorsport’s Néstor Girolami admits that he didn’t expect to make it through to Q3 in qualifying for the FIA World Touring Car Cup at the Hungaroring, as his Honda is the heaviest car in the field.

Santiago Urrutia ‘expected to be competitive’ in Hungary

Cyan Racing’s Santiago Urrutia says that he ‘expected to be competitive’ at the Hungaroring, after qualifying in second for the second FIA World touring Car Cup race at the circuit on Sunday.

Norbert Michelisz ‘needs to capitalise’ on strong starting position

BRC Racing’s Norbert Michelisz is hoping to get his FIA World Touring Car Cup season kick-started on Sunday, after the Hyundai driver secured third on the grid at his home round in Hungary.

Rob Huff: ‘Hard work, determination and never giving up got us here’

Rob Huff cited ‘hard work, determination and never giving up’ as the reasons he was able to claim pole position in qualifying for the FIA World Touring Car Cup at the Hungaroring.

Rob Huff secures comfortable Hungaroring pole position

Rob Huff claimed his first pole position with Zengő Motorsport in qualifying for the FIA World Touring Car Cup at the Hungaroring, comfortably beating Cyan Racing’s Santiago Urrutia to the top time.

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