Gabriele Tarquini1962-03-02 (age 57)
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Cyan Racing's Yann Ehrlacher hit out at reigning WTCR champion Gabriele Tarquini following their collision in Sunday's reversed-grid race at the Hungaroring.
Reigning champion Gabriele Tarquini won the World Touring Car Cup's reverse-grid race at Marrakesh after pole-sitter Nicky Catsburg crashed from the lead.
New World Touring Car Cup champion Gabriele Tarquini says he thought about retiring after he claimed his first world title in 2009.
Three Hyundai WTCR drivers plus all three Munnich Motorsport Honda runners have received grid penalties for the opening Suzuka race after an incident in Friday's first qualifying.
Gabriele Tarquini cantered to victory in the reversed-grid World Touring Car Cup race at the Slovakia Ring to reclaim the points lead from fellow Hyundai driver Yvan Muller.
Three of the four Hyundai i30 N World Touring Car Cup cars have been excluded from qualifying at the Slovakia Ring for exceeding maximum boost pressures.
Gabriele Tarquini will start Saturday's opening World Touring Car Cup race at the Slovakia Ring from pole after he and BRC Racing Hyundai teammate Norbert Michelisz dominated qualifying.
Gabriele Tarquini negotiated two safety car periods to win his second race of the season-opening World Touring Car Cup round in Marrakech, as Hyundai cars locked out the top three.
Saturday race winner Gabriele Tarquini grabbed pole position for the final race of the inaugural World Touring Car Cup weekend with the fastest time in qualifying on Sunday morning.
Three titles are still on offer in the final event
WTCC championship leader Tiago Monteiro has been forced to withdraw from this weekend's races in China on medical grounds.
Gabriele Tarquini and Rob Huff share race victories at the new Zhejiang Circuit in China
Gabriele Tarquini took his second win of the season in the opening race at the Losail, leading by almost seven seconds ahead of the Citroen of Tom Chilton, with Rob Huff taking the fight to his countryman for third in an action-packed race.
2009 WTCC champion Gabriele Tarquini has revealed he had already reached a deal to stay at Lada in 2017 before the Russian manufacturer announced its withdrawal from the series.