Rob Huff will race a Citroën C-Elysée in the season
2017 WTCC after announcing his signing by the team Münnich Motorsport,
private structure that already competed in 2013. In this way, the pilot
british put an end to his stint as the official driver of the Honda in the
World of Cars and is one of the units of the vehicle that has been
reference in the competition in recent years. With this movement, the champion
of the WTCC in 2012 happens to be one of the biggest challengers to the title despite
not be enrolled in a computer factory.
your 37 years of age, Rob Huff has decided to leave Honda after harvesting a victory and four podiums in his only season with the japanese manufacturer. With the aim of getting their second title in the WTCC, the british made a movement similar to that already initiated in 2013 when he signed for Münnich Motorsport. By then, Rob Huff was at the controls of one of the Chevrolet Cruze of the team, while on this occasion he will drive a Citroën C-Elysée, model, which, despite the launch of Citroën Racing has the potential to fight for everything.
“I Am very pleased to meet with my good friends of Münnich Motorsport for the next season. Having had a successful year in 2013, we are excited to return to compete together in a stronger position, with more experience and with a Citroën C-Elysée is very competitive. When René Münnich approached me with this idea, I just thought that was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up. We are facing a year in which it is possible for a private team to be champion” has explained a Rob Huff. For its part, is expected to Honda to announce a replacement for Huff next week.