Darryl O’Young had a weekend to forget during the World Touring Car Championship’s trip to the Salzburgring for the fifth round of the 2013 campaign.
Fredy Barth secured his best result of the 2013 World Touring Car Championship as he secured a sixth place finish in the opening race at the Salzburgring.
Tiago Monteiro finished the WTCC Race of Austria as the top Castrol Honda driver after securing a top four finish during the second race at the Salzburgring.
The LADA Sport Lukoil team left the Salzburgring having secured their best finish of the 2013 World Touring Car Championship season.
Yvan Muller extended his Championship lead after two battling drives during rounds 9 and 10 of the 2013 World Touring Car Championship, held at the Salzburgring.
The trio of Honda Civics bounced back from their qualifying issues to secure a trio of points finishes in the second race of the 2013 WTCC Race of Austria, round 10 of the season.
Tom Coronel admitted that the WTCC races at the Salzburgring had been a ‘special and expensive’ weekend after the he picked up €4,000 of fines on his way to two tenth-place finishes.
James Nash took his and bamboo-engineering’s first-ever World Touring Car Championship win in the second race at the Salzburgring, beating RML’s Yvan Muller by 1.438 seconds.
Nika Racing’s Michel Nykjaer took victory in the first World Touring Car Championship race at the Salzburgring, resisting heavy pressure from James Nash and Yvan Muller.
Michel Nykjaer and James Nash will share the front row of the grid for Round 9 of the World Touring Car Championship in Austria, after a plethora of penalties were applied post-qualifying.
The LADA Sport Lukoil team have secured their best ever World Touring Car Championship qualifying result after 13 drivers were penalised which saw them promoted up the order.
Following the farcical World Touring Car Championship qualifying session at the Salzburgring, several drivers have been given significant fines and grid penalties.
Yvan Muller secured his 17th career pole in qualifying for the World Touring Car Championship at the Salzburgring, beating RML team-mate Tom Chilton to the top time in a bizarre session.
RML’s Yvan Muller continued his dominance at the Salzburgring to post the fastest time in the second World Touring Car Championship practice session to beat Rob Huff by 0.584 seconds.
RML’s Yvan Muller set the pace in this morning’s first practice session for the World Touring Car Championship in Austria, with a lap 0.401 seconds faster than team-mate Tom Chilton.