Touring Cars: Tarquini takes small lead to Brno
Saturday 14 June 2008
Gabriele Tarquini defends a seven-point lead in the World Touring Car Championship heading into rounds nine and 10 at Brno, Czech Republic this weekend. The Italian heads Seat team-mates Yvan Muller and Rickard Rydell after the opening four weekends of this year's series. Britain's Andy Priaulx is fourth after winning at Pau in France last time out.
The Chevrolets were quickest in practice yesterday with Alain Menu fastest in the morning with a lap of 2min 09.942sec. His team-mate Robert Huff was the fastest in the afternoon with 2:09.648. There are two more sessions today.
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