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2014 WTCC Hungarian – Race 2: Morbidelli of all the good memories



Eleventh qualifications yesterday, Hugo Valente finally soars in pole position for the Race 2, thanks to the disqualification of Dusan Borkovic for a body height not conform Saturday. Fifth in Race 1, Mehdi Bennani is conspicuously absent from this second act after a turbo problem on his Honda Civic.

Morbidelli takes ascendancy over Valente initially, while Monteiro once again demonstrates the capabilities of the Civic out off the grid pointing third into the first corner. Behind Muller and Lopez are also a good start from the fifth row but are no gift with two light contacts, while Loeb is again locked after the first bend and spring mired in ninth place .

While Muller impatient behind Coronel, Loeb did the same behind Tarquini but drivers C -Elysée face strong resistance. Despite a slightly higher speed, Hungarian turnstile not easier for them to overcome.

Head, Monteiro is very pressing Morbidelli, who enjoys the best VMax of the Chevrolet Cruze to maintain it’s good as long as possible. In the pack, multiple attempts are futile and Citroën positions remain fixed.

Author immaculate race from start to finish , Morbidelli remember all the good memories and won before Monteiro in Race 2 finally bit too busy if not the last lap very close between the two ex- drivers F1 and Valente . The balance sheet carrying championship is itself clearly in favour of Muller and Lopez, who have taken on many points Loeb this weekend. But the weight of 60 kg has really changed things, because for the first time in six races this is not a C- Elysée takes all. (GMM)


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