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FIA WTCC Race of Portugal

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Circuito da Boavista
Race information
Number of times held

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First held

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Last held

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Most wins (drivers)

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Most wins (constructors)

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Race 1 Winner

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Race 2 Winner

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The FIA WTCC Race of Portugal is a round of the World Touring Car Championship, which has been held at the Autódromo do Estoril, Circuito da Boavista and Autódromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal. Beteween 2015 and 2017 it will be held at Circuito Internacional de Vila Real in Vila Real.[1]

The race was first run in July 2007 at the Circuito da Boavista street course in the city of Porto, a track which was used as a Formula One track for the Portuguese Grand Prix in 1958 and 1960, and was revived in 2005 as a historic racing venue. The WTCC only uses the track every other year though, so in 2008 the Estoril track was used. In 2010 and 2012 the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve at Portimão was used. It will return to the calendar for the 2015 World Touring Car Championship season, now held at the Circuito Internacional de Vila Real in Vila Real.[2]

Tiago Monteiro is the only Portuguese driver to have won his home race. He has taken two victories in Portugal, firstly in 2008 when the race was held at Estoril and then again in race one of the 2010 Race of Portugal at Portimão.[3]

Winners

Year Race Driver Manufacturer Location Report
2013 Race 1 23x15px Yvan Muller 23x15px Chevrolet Porto Report
Race 2 23x15px James Nash 23x15px Chevrolet
2012 Race 1 23x15px Yvan Muller 23x15px Chevrolet Portimão Report
Race 2 23x16px Alain Menu 23x15px Chevrolet
2011 Race 1 23x16px Alain Menu 23x15px Chevrolet Porto Report
Race 2 23x15px Robert Huff 23x15px Chevrolet
2010 Race 1 23x15px Tiago Monteiro 23x15px SEAT Portimão Report
Race 2 23x15px Gabriele Tarquini 23x15px SEAT
2009 Race 1 23x15px Gabriele Tarquini 23x15px SEAT Porto Report
Race 2 23x15px Augusto Farfus 23x15px BMW
2008 Race 1 23x15px Rickard Rydell 23x15px SEAT Estoril Report
Race 2 23x15px Tiago Monteiro 23x15px SEAT
2007 Race 1 23x16px Alain Menu 23x15px Chevrolet Porto Report
Race 2 23x15px Andy Priaulx 23x15px BMW

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