|CITROËN BOWS OUT AFTER THREE FIA WTCC WORLD TITLES|
|The final meeting of the 2016 FIA WTCC season, in Qatar, marked the end of Citroën Racing's involvement in the championship. The Citroën C-Elysée WTCC claimed its fiftieth victory in three seasons, and in his farewell to elite motorsport Yvan Muller secured second place in the World Championship, behind his teammate José María López. Citroën's track racing adventure has come to an end after three consecutive world titles.
José María López clocked the fastest time in Q1 on Friday with 1m59.788...[Read more...]|
|CITROËN CELEBRATES FIA WTCC* CROWN WITH A TREBLE|
|The day after securing its third consecutive FIA World Touring Car Championship title, Citroën shone in the races at the Shanghai circuit, with José María López, Yvan Muller and Mehdi Bennani giving the C-Elysée WTCC its first one-two-three finish of the season. Yvan Muller's two podium places secured his position as second in the Drivers' World Championship, now with a healthy lead over his rivals. Mehdi Bennani has sewn up the WTCC Trophy, the competition for independent drivers.
For the re...[Read more...]|
|YVAN MULLER ENTERS THE FINAL STRAIGHT|
| ||Four-time World Champion Yvan Muller, who has been an official Citroën driver since midway through 2013, has announced that this season will be his last in the FIA WTCC. Currently lying joint second in the overall standings, the driver of Citroën C-Elysée WTCC No. 68 will be looking to hold on to that position in the last two meetings of the season in Shanghai and Qatar.
Over a professional career spanning more than thirty years, Yvan Muller has built one of the most impressive records in Fre...[Read more...]|
|LÓPEZ SNATCHES VICTORY IN NAILBITER|
|José María López emerged victorious in yesterday's FIA WTCC meeting at the Slovakia Ring, in a main race that was still undecided going into the final bend. The Citroën Total driver has established himself as the man to beat in 2016, despite the 80kg of ballast carried by his Citroën C-Elysée WTCC.
Spectators arriving at the Slovakia Ring were met with glorious sunshine as, in accordance with the new regulations, the top ten from qualifying lined up in reverse order on the grid for the openin...[Read more...]|
|CITROËN VICTORY WORTH THE WEIGHT!|
|In the opening meeting of the 2016 FIA World Touring Car Championship, the Citroën Total team has proved it remains the team to beat. Despite the 80kg of ballast the Citroën C-Elysée WTCCs were required to carry, José María López won the main race and left the Paul Ricard circuit at the top of the World Championship standings.
There may have been grey clouds building up ominously in the Provence skies, but the weather was dry when the cars came out for the opening race on Sunday. The reverse ...[Read more...]|