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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...

Esteban Guerrieri ‘far away from expectations’ after nightmare qualifying

After a torrid qualifying session, Esteban Guerrieri and the Münnich Motorsport crew have been left scratching their heads, wondering where they could possibly find some extra pace around the Motorland Aragón circuit.

Three drivers to serve grid penalties ahead of 2020 season finale

Attila Tassi, Mitchell Cheah and Gàbor Kismarty-Lechner will all serve grid penalties ahead of this year's final set of FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) races scheduled to take place tomorrow. 

Qualifying clean-sweep for Lynk & Co as Santiago Urrutia and Yvan Muller share poles

Santiago Urrutia has claimed both outright pole positions for races one and three tomorrow, while Yvan Muller will lead from the front in race two at Motorland Aragón thanks to the reversed grid.

Santiago Urrutia quickest again in final WTCR practice session of the year

For the second practice session in a row, Santiago Urrutia was the quickest driver amongst the World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) field at Motorland Aragón; the Uruguayan appearing to be in scintillating form ahead of qualifying.

Santiago Urrutia comes out on top in fog-delayed opening practice

Amidst the lingering Winter mist, Santiago Urrutia led the way in the opening FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) practice session of the weekend, as all four Cyan Racing Lynk & Cos looked very strong indeed.

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