Citroën Racing’s first season in the FIA WTCC was a great success, with the team picking up the Manufacturers’ World Championship and securing a treble in the driver standings with José María López, Yvan Muller and Sébastien Loeb.
On this page you'll find the latest rankings and information from FIA WTCC 2015.
As well as proving a great success with the public, the French round of the FIA WTCC at the Paul Ricard Circuit ended in glory for Citroën. In race one, Sébastien Loeb, Yvan Muller, José María López and Ma Qing Hua claimed the top four places for the Citroën Total team.
Results will be published as soon as they have been confirmed by the FIA
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|6 March: Argentina|
|17 April: Morocco|
|01 May: Hungary|
|15 May: Germany|
|05 June: Russia|
|19 June: Slovakia|
|26 June: France|
|10 July: Portugal|
|11 September: Japan|
|25 September: China|
|30 October: Thailand|
|20 November: Qatar|
Born: 26 February 1974 in Haguenau, France
Nine-time World Rally Champion (2004 to 2012)
Born: 16 August 1969 in Altkirch, France
Ten-time Trophée Andros winner
Four-time WTCC champion (2008, 2010, 2011 and 2013)
Born: 26 April 1983 in Río Tercero, Argentina
WTCC champion 2014
Born: 25 December 1987 in Shanghai, China
China Touring Car Championship (CTCC) 1600cc class winner (2011)
Hugging the track on 18-inch wheels, the C-Elysée WTCC is an impressive sight. Fitted with a drag-reducing blade, the bumper underlines the grille with its distinctive Citroën chevrons. We've extended the wings front and rear and an oversized spoiler at the back keeps the car glued to the track.
The Citroën C-Elysée WTCC benefits from the same direct-injection 1.6 litre turbo power as the DS3 WRC. However a wider boost flange has upped the power to 380bhp, which is transmitted to the front wheels via the six-speed sequential gearbox.