The 2012 World Touring Car Championship review

The 2012 World Touring Car Championship review

Chevrolet dominated the World Touring Car Championship again, but Briton Rob Huff's run to the title was anything but dull. Peter Mills reviews the year and picks out the high and low points

Seventeen podiums delivered Rob Huff a deserved maiden World Touring Car title, but only after marshals had swept up the last fragments of debris from a destructive Macau finale did the British racer appreciate the knife-edge his championship had teetered on.

Following Huff's opening-race crash on the streets of the Chinese enclave, mechanics usually allotted to his RML Chevrolet team-mates (and title rivals) Alain Menu and Yvan Muller had leapt into action to assist his regular support personnel in frantic repairs.

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