FIA WTCC Race of the United States
|Number of times held||2|
|Most wins (drivers)|| Y. Muller (1)|
R. Huff (1)
T. Chilton (1)
G. Tarquini (1)
|Most wins (constructors)||Chevrolet (3)|
|Last race (2013)|
|Race 1 Winner|
|Race 2 Winner|
The FIA WTCC Race of the United States was a round of the World Touring Car Championship, held at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California. It was first held in the 2012 World Touring Car Championship season. Each race consists of 13 laps of the 4.025-kilometre (2.501 mi) circuit.
For the event, the circuit was modified. It used the full circuit, but with the bus stop chicane replacing the esses.
|2013||Race 1||Tom Chilton||Chevrolet||Sonoma||Report|
|Race 2||Gabriele Tarquini||Honda|
|2012||Race 1||Yvan Muller||Chevrolet||Report|
|Race 2||Robert Huff||Chevrolet|
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