Rob Huff: Eyes on the big prize

Rob Huff: Eyes on the big prize

A maiden World Touring Car crown eluded Rob Huff by the narrowest of margins in 2011 but, as he tells Mark Glendenning, the Briton is aiming to channel the disappointment into a renewed assault in 2012...

For all their purity, numbers alone can never tell the full story.

The record books will tell you that in the 2011 World Touring Car season, Chevrolet's Rob Huff got off to a record-breaking start (three consecutive poles; four wins from six races), gained momentum over team-mate and main rival Yvan Muller, struck a mid-season wobble that allowed Muller to steal the initiative, and fell just three points short of delivering the world championship despite his taking pole and both wins in the final round at Macau.

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