FIA WTCC Race of Hungary

The FIA WTCC Race of Hungary is a round of the World Touring Car Championship, currently held at the Hungaroring near the city of Budapest.

FIA WTCC Race of Hungary
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Race information
Number of times held8
First held2011
Last held2019
Most wins (drivers)France Yvan Muller (4)
Most wins (constructors)United States Chevrolet (5)
France Citroën (5)
Japan Honda (5)
Last race (2018)
Race 1 Winner
Race 2 Winner
Race 3 Winner

The race makes it debut in the World Touring Car Championship as the 4th round, and as a replacement for the Moroccan round after it was dropped as "the local promoter was unable to commit to an agreement for the organisation of the event." [1]

The Race debut in 2011 saw the dominating Chevrolet drivers of Alain Menu and Yvan Muller take victories and make full advantage of championship leader Rob Huff's poor qualifying and race results. The first race saw a first podium for Javier Villa, a Spanish driver debuting in the WTCC who shared the podium with local driver Norbert Michelisz in the BMW.

Race 2 was affected by rain in the middle bulk of the race, Robert Huff failed to score whilst after a double win in the previous round at Monza, whilst Yvan Muller and Alain Menu had a Chevrolet one-two ahead of Gabriele Tarquini.

The debut Hungarian round was the fourth round of the championship.

The circuit continued to host the round when the WTCC was renamed the FIA World Touring Car Cup in 2018.


Year Race Driver Manufacturer Location Report
2019 Race 1   Néstor Girolami   Honda Hungaroring
Race 2   Néstor Girolami   Honda
Race 3   Gabriele Tarquini   Hyundai
2018 Race 1   Yann Ehrlacher   Honda Report
Race 2   Robert Huff   Volkswagen
Race 3   Gabriele Tarquini   Hyundai
2017 Opening Race   Tiago Monteiro   Honda Report
Main Race   Mehdi Bennani   Citroën
2016 Opening Race   Mehdi Bennani   Citroën Report
Main Race   José María López   Citroën
2015 Race 1   José María López   Citroën Report
Race 2   Norbert Michelisz   Honda
2014 Race 1   Yvan Muller   Citroën Report
Race 2   Gianni Morbidelli   Chevrolet
2013 Race 1   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet Report
Race 2   Robert Huff   SEAT
2012 Race 1   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet Report
Race 2   Norbert Michelisz   BMW
2011 Race 1   Alain Menu   Chevrolet Report
Race 2   Yvan Muller   Chevrolet