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Yann Ehrlacher crowned world champion as uncle Yvan Muller takes race victory

Yvan Muller took victory in the second race of the day, but it was his nephew Yann Ehrlacher who stole the show, becoming the youngest ever FIA World Touring Car champion with a race to spare.

Race one set-back hasn’t affected Yann Ehrlacher’s confidence

After qualifying, it looked as though Yann Ehrlacher was set to win his first FIA WTCR title with ease. However, tricky surface conditions threw everybody a curve ball in race one, and it was his nearest rival who benefitted.

Luca Filippi gets grid penalty after tangling with Thed Björk

Although race one at Motorland Aragón was full of drama, the battles within the World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) field were largely clean. However, the one notable incident from the race has now been punished.

Esteban Guerrieri delighted with victory despite ‘bringing knife to a gun fight’

Following a brilliant strategic call by Münnich Motorsport, Esteban Guerrieri won the opening WTCR race of the day in remarkable fashion, despite the Hondas lack of outright pace.

Mixed-weather tyre gamble secures sensational victory for Esteban Guerrieri

Esteban Guerrieri has won the opening race of the FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) title-deciding weekend, keeping the title battle alive for now following an inspired tyre strategy gamble.

All smiles at Cyan Racing following perfect Saturday at Aragón

Prior to the weekend, questions had been asked about how the latest compensation weight changes would affect the FIA WTCR's top manufacturers. Well, despite being made heavier, Lynk & Co appear even more competitive than before.

Luca Filippi says missed qualifying opportunity is ‘a shame’

Luca Filippi admitted that he was disappointed to only qualify in 19th for the season finale of the FIA World Touring Car Cup at Aragón in Spain, whilst Team Mulsanne team-mate Jean-Karl Venray managed fifth.

Jean-Karl Vernay focused on ‘overall championship podium’

When the teams arrived at Motorland Aragón this weekend for the 2020 WTCR title decider, the championship narrative was always going to be focused on Ehrlacher versus Guerrieri - unless Jean-Karl Vernay could spring a surprise...