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SEAT Leon beats BMW 320i and Chevrolet in WTCC

French driver Yvan Muller won on a SEAT Leon TDI today (16.11.2008) the WTCC World Championship title in Macau.
BMW driver Andy Priaulx (GBR) only achieved fourth place in the WTCC championship 2008. SEAT was even able to win the WTCC manufacturers title 2008 with 326 points while BMW only achieved 274 points with its competing BMW 320i. Chevrolet achieved third place in the manufacturer championship and Honda the fourth place.

Gabriele Tarquini (ITA) finished the WTCC championship 2008 on second place, Robert Huff (GBR) on third, Rickard Rydell (SWE) on fifth place, Augusto Farfus (BRA) on sixth place and German BMW driver Joerg Mueller on seventh place.

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