Yvan Muller

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Yvan Muller
Yvan Muller 2014 WTCC Race of Japan.jpg
Nationality France French
Born (1969-08-16) 16 August 1969 (age 47)
Altkirch, France
Related to Cathy Muller (sister)
World Touring Car Championship career
Debut season 2006
Current team Citroën Racing
Car no. 68
Former teams SEAT Sport, Chevrolet, RML
Starts 242
Wins 49
Poles 29
Fastest laps 40
Best finish 1st in 2008, 1011, 13
Previous series
1988
1989–91
1992
1993
1994–95
1996
1997
1998–2005
2000-05
2001, 2003
2010–11
2010, 2012
French Formula Renault
French F3
British F2
International F3000
French Supertouring
Italian Superturismo
German Supertouring
BTCC
V8 Supercars
ETCC
World Rally Championship
V8 Supercars
Championship titles
1992
1995
2003
2008, 1011, 13
British F2
French Supertouring
BTCC
WTCC
BTCC record
Teams
Drivers
championships
1
Wins 36
Podium finishes 79
Poles 17
Fastest laps 30
Debut season 1998
First win 1999
Best championship position 1st (2003)
Final season (2005) position 2nd (273 points)

Yvan Muller (born 16 August 1969 in Altkirch, Haut-Rhin) is a French auto racing driver most noted for success in touring car racing. He is a four-time World Touring Car Champion, winning the title in 2008 with SEAT, in 2010 and 2011 with Chevrolet and in 2013 with RML. He currently drives for the Citroën team in the WTCC.

Racing career[edit]

Single-seaters[edit]

After competing in French Formula Renault and French Formula Three, he won the British Formula Two championship title in 1992 and competed in the FIA Formula 3000 Championship in 1993. His sister Cathy had previously contested four races in this category between 1986 and 1988.[1][2]

French and European Touring cars[edit]

Muller won the French Supertouring Championship in 1995, and has also raced in the German and Italian championships, as well as doing a one-off in the European Touring Car Championship (ETCC).

British Touring Car championship[edit]

Yvan Muller started his BTCC career in 1998 taking the vacant seat left by Frank Biela at Audi. Muller finished 7th in the 1998 championship while his teammate John Bintcliffe finished 15th. Audi would leave at the end of 1998 BTCC and Yvan moved to the Vauxhall Motorsport team run by Triple Eight Race Engineering for 1999 alongside John Cleland using the Vauxhall Vectra. He would win his first BTCC race at round 7 Brands Hatch, he would eventually finish 6th in the championship while teammate John Cleland finished 13th. 2000 was the last year for the Super Tourers in the BTCC. Muller drove for Vauxhall again while Jason Plato and Vincent Radermecker joined after leaving Renault and Volvo who pulled out at the end of 1999. The Frenchman finished as the top driver for Vauxhall in 4th in the championship behind all three Ford drivers (Alain Menu, Anthony Reid and Rickard Rydell).

in 2001 the regulations changed to the new Touring Cars. Vauxhall debuted its BTC-T Vauxhall Astra Coupe for both the Vauxhall Motorsport team and Egg Sport both run by Triple Eight Race Engineering. The Astra was the car to beat against its competitors. Muller and teammate Plato fought for the championship the whole season. Muller finished 2nd in the championship after his car caught fire in the final race leaving Plato as the champion. 2002 BTCC would be much of the same. The Astra was the best car against Honda, Peugeot, MG and Proton despite some reliability problems throughout the season. James Thompson moved up to Vauxhall Motorsport after 2001 champion Jason Plato left to drive in NASCAR. Yvan finished 2nd in the championship again behind teammate James Thompson after more bad luck during the season and last few races caused him to again miss out on the title. He would again drive in 2003 for Vauxhall. The team now called VX Racing continued racing the Astra Coupe and also streached to a three car works Vauxhall/VXR team after Egg Sport was dropped. The Astra Coupe was again the car to beat and Yvan Muller and James Thompson again fought for the championship. Muller won his first title from teammate Thompson after a very strong season. 2004 would be the last year for the Astra Coupe. The Astra was challenged very hard in 2004 by Honda, MG and Seat making its debut with former Vauxhall driver and 2001 champion Jason Plato, but consistency lead both the VX Racing teammates of Yvan Muller and James Thompson to fight for the championship. Thompson won his second championship from Muller by one point. 2005 saw the new BTC-T Vauxhall Astra Sport Hatch replace the extremely successful Astra Coupe for Vauxhall. The Astra Sport Hatch was out classed by the new Honda Integra and prevented Muller from winning a second title. He finished second in the championship for the 4th time in 5 years, making a decision at the end of 2005, Muller left the BTCC to drive for Seat in the WTCC.

V8 Supercar[edit]

Muller competed in the two Australian V8 Supercar endurance races each year for a number of years, taking victory at the 2005 Sandown 500 with local driver Craig Lowndes in their Betta Electrical Triple Eight BA Falcon. In the same year, he was also involved in one of the most memorable incidents at the Mount Panorama for the Bathurst 1000, where in the lead, Craig Lowndes clipped the wall at Reid Park, and after a watts link change, another incident saw a wheel part company from Paul Dumbrell's car and hit the windscreen of Lowndes. In 2006 and 2007, Muller has been unable to race in the two annual enduros due to a clash with WTCC.

World Touring Car championship[edit]

SEAT (2006–2009)[edit]

Yvan Muller driving the SEAT León at the Pau Grand Prix in 2007

On 12 November 2005 it was officially announced that he would be switching to the 2006 World Touring Car Championship (WTCC), driving for SEAT Sport. A pair of 2nd places in the opening meeting in Monza showed that he was a likely frontrunner, his first win then coming in round 5 at Brands Hatch. He was classified 4th at the end of the season with 62pts.

He finished 2nd in the 2007 WTCC with 81pts, and he lost the title to Guernsey driver Andy Priaulx (BMW 320si) during the last race in Macau where his SEAT León TDI suffered a fuel pump failure when he was leading the first race with one lap to go, which put him out of race 2 at Macau.[3][4]

He opened 2008 with a victory at Curitiba, Brazil.[5] Yvan Muller was battling for the championship, primarily with team-mate Gabriele Tarquini during the season, and finally won the championship at the final round in Macau.[6]

In 2009, Yvan was beaten to the title by teammate Tarquini, taking four victories.

Chevrolet (2010–2012)[edit]

Muller driving the Chevrolet Cruze in 2010.

He moved to rival team Chevrolet in 2010.[7] He scored pole position and won his first race for the team in Brazil. He took further wins in Italy and the United Kingdom to become the 2010 World Touring Car Champion and the first driver to win the title for two teams.

Muller stayed with the team in 2011. At the end of the year he was champion once again after a close battle with teammate Rob Huff, matching Andy Priaulx's record of three WTCC titles.[8] Muller stayed with Chevrolet in 2012.

RML (2013)[edit]

Muller stayed with the RML team for 2013 season, now racing as an independent entry after the withdrawal of Chevrolet from the World Touring Car Championship. He drove a Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T alongside former Team Aon driver Tom Chilton.[9] He won both races at the season opening Race of Italy in wet conditions to score his first victories as an independent touring car driver.[10]

Citroën (2014–)[edit]

Muller driving the Citroën C-Elysée WTCC at the 2014 Race of Japan.

In August 2013 it was announced that Muller would join Citroën Racing for the 2014 World Touring Car Championship season alongside nine–time World Rally Champion Sébastien Loeb in a two–year deal.[11]

Other racing categories[edit]

He primarily races in touring cars, but also participates in other categories. In particular, he has won the Andros Trophy Ice Racing Championship 10 times (a record), with 46 race victories (also a record). During the early years of his career, he competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1993 and 1996, but did not finish.

In 2007, he participated in the Dakar Rally. In 2009 (following the 2008 cancellation) he also participated in the Dakar Rally in South America, but he withdrew during the 5th stage.[12] He represented France in the 2007 Race of Champions, alongside Sébastien Bourdais. He participated in the Rallye de France–Alsace in a Citroën Xsara WRC, a round of the 2010 World Rally Championship.

Racing record[edit]

Complete International Formula 3000 results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DC Points
1993 Omegaland Reynard 93D Judd DON
Ret
SIL
Ret
PAU
Ret
PER
Ret
HOC
Ret
NÜR
Ret
SPA
11
MAG
Ret
NOG
5
17th 2

Complete Super Tourenwagen Cup results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DC Pts
1997 A.Z.K/ROC Audi A4 Quattro HOC
1

12
HOC
2

11
ZOL
1

10
ZOL
2

11
NÜR
1

20
NÜR
2

Ret
SAC
1

13
SAC
2

6
NOR
1

11
NOR
2

19
WUN
1

Ret
WUN
2

Ret
ZWE
1

6
ZWE
2

6
SAL
1

6
SAL
2

6
REG
1

4
REG
2

4
NÜR
1

7
NÜR
2

6
7th 298

Complete British Touring Car Championship results[edit]

(key) Races in bold indicate pole position (1 point awarded – 1998–2002 all races, 2003–present just in first race) Races in italics indicate fastest lap (1 point awarded – 2001–present all races) * signifies that driver lead race for at least one lap (1 point given – 1998–2002 just in feature race, 2003–present all races)

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Pen. Pos Pts
1998 Audi Sport UK Audi A4 THR
1

9
THR
2

Ret
SIL
1

10
SIL
2

8
DON
1

6
DON
2

10
BRH
1

5
BRH
2

15
OUL
1

10
OUL
2

10
DON
1

7
DON
2

4*
CRO
1

5
CRO
2

10
SNE
1

15
SNE
2

5
THR
1

6
THR
2

10
KNO
1

4
KNO
2

2
BRH
1

11
BRH
2

6
OUL
1

5
OUL
2

3
SIL
1

3
SIL
2

5
7th 110
1999 Vauxhall Motorsport Vauxhall Vectra DON
1

6
DON
2

10
SIL
1

Ret
SIL
2

2
THR
1

Ret
THR
2

11
BRH
1

1
BRH
2

5
OUL
1

8
OUL
2

3
DON
1

4
DON
2

5
CRO
1

8
CRO
2

8
SNE
1

Ret
SNE
2

3
THR
1

8
THR
2

6
KNO
1

10
KNO
2

7
BRH
1

12
BRH
2

Ret
OUL
1

9
OUL
2

5
SIL
1

3
SIL
2

5
6th 119
2000 Vauxhall Motorsport Vauxhall Vectra T BRH
1

2
BRH
2

3
DON
1

Ret
DON
2

5
THR
1

1
THR
2

1*
KNO
1

7
KNO
2

4
OUL
1

Ret
OUL
2

5
SIL
1

7
SIL
2

1*
CRO
1

8
CRO
2

5
SNE
1

Ret
SNE
2

4
DON
1

4
DON
2

4
BRH
1

5
BRH
2

6
OUL
1

3
OUL
2

3
SIL
1

8
SIL
2

5
4th 168
2001 Vauxhall Motorsport Vauxhall Astra Coupé T BRH
1

1
BRH
2

Ret*
THR
1

2
THR
2

1*
OUL
1

7
OUL
2

1*
SIL
1

4
SIL
2

3*
MON
1

1
MON
2

1*
DON
1

3
DON
2

3*
KNO
1

4
KNO
2

Ret
SNE
1

2
SNE
2

2*
CRO
1

3
CRO
2

1*
OUL
1

1
OUL
2

Ret
SIL
1

2
SIL
2

2*
DON
1

6
DON
2

1*
BRH
1

4
BRH
2

Ret*
2nd 318
2002 Vauxhall Motorsport Vauxhall Astra Coupé T BRH
1

5
BRH
2

2*
OUL
1

1
OUL
2

10*
THR
1

Ret
THR
2

1*
SIL
1

9
SIL
2

10
MON
1

Ret
MON
2

1*
CRO
1

Ret
CRO
2

1*
SNE
1

2
SNE
2

1*
KNO
1

4
KNO
2

2
BRH
1

3
BRH
2

6
DON
1

5
DON
2

Ret
−5 2nd 163
2003 VX Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupé T MON
1

2*
MON
2

2*
BRH
1

2
BRH
2

1*
THR
1

1*
THR
2

1*
SIL
1

2*
SIL
2

1*
ROC
1

3
ROC
2

1*
CRO
1

Ret
CRO
2

3
SNE
1

3
SNE
2

Ret
BRH
1

2*
BRH
2

5*
DON
1

3
DON
2

1*
OUL
1

3
OUL
2

2*
1st 233
2004 VX Racing Vauxhall Astra Coupé THR
1

3
THR
2

2
THR
3

1*
BRH
1

5
BRH
2

3
BRH
3

3
SIL
1

2
SIL
2

2
SIL
3

Ret
OUL
1

1*
OUL
2

8
OUL
3

1*
MON
1

1*
MON
2

4
MON
3

6
CRO
1

2
CRO
2

6
CRO
3

5
KNO
1

5
KNO
2

4
KNO
3

9
BRH
1

2
BRH
2

8
BRH
3

5
SNE
1

5
SNE
2

4
SNE
3

2
DON
1

7
DON
2

2
DON
3

1*
2nd 273
2005 VX Racing Vauxhall Astra Sport Hatch DON
1

2*
DON
2

1*
DON
3

3
THR
1

6
THR
2

3
THR
3

3
BRH
1

3
BRH
2

4
BRH
3

1*
OUL
1

4
OUL
2

2
OUL
3

Ret
CRO
1

2
CRO
2

1*
CRO
3

8
MON
1

1*
MON
2

6
MON
3

1*
SNE
1

4
SNE
2

4
SNE
3

3
KNO
1

1*
KNO
2

2*
KNO
3

Ret
SIL
1

4
SIL
2

Ret
SIL
3

5
BRH
1

2
BRH
2

11
BRH
3

Ret
2nd 273

Complete European Touring Car Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DC Pts
2001 Alfa Romeo Team Nordauto Alfa Romeo 156 MNZ
1
MNZ
2
BRN
1
BRN
2
MAG
1
MAG
2
SIL
1
SIL
2
ZOL
1
ZOL
2
HUN
1
HUN
2
A1R
1
A1R
2
NÜR
1
NÜR
2
JAR
1
JAR
2
EST
1

1
EST
2

6
24th 66
2003 SEAT Sport SEAT Toledo Cupra VAL
1
VAL
2
MAG
1
MAG
2
PER
1
PER
2
BRN
1
BRN
2
DON
1
DON
2
SPA
1
SPA
2
AND
1
AND
2
OSC
1
OSC
2
EST
1

17†
EST
2

DNS
MNZ
1

Ret
MNZ
2

Ret
NC 0

† — Did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance.

Complete World Touring Car Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DC Points
2006 SEAT Sport France SEAT León ITA
1

2
ITA
2

2
FRA
1

13
FRA
2

7
GBR
1

1
GBR
2

5
GER
1

11
GER
2

8
BRA
1

13
BRA
2

13
MEX
1

14
MEX
2

Ret
CZE
1

3
CZE
2

3
TUR
1

13
TUR
2

Ret
ESP
1

10
ESP
2

6
MAC
1

3
MAC
2

2
4th 62
2007 SEAT Sport SEAT León BRA
1

8
BRA
2

4
NED
1

NC
NED
2

12
ESP
1

3
ESP
2

4
FRA
1

2
FRA
2

6
CZE
1

6
CZE
2

DNS
POR
1

4
POR
2

5
2nd 81
SEAT León TDI SWE
1

6
SWE
2

Ret
GER
1

1
GER
2

5
GBR
1

4
GBR
2

5
ITA
1

1
ITA
2

5
MAC
1

27†
MAC
2

DNS
2008 SEAT Sport SEAT León TDI BRA
1

1
BRA
2

5
MEX
1

6
MEX
2

4
ESP
1

4
ESP
2

8
FRA
1

2
FRA
2

7
CZE
1

8
CZE
2

5
POR
1

3
POR
2

2
GBR
1

2
GBR
2

11
GER
1

11
GER
2

8
EUR
1

1
EUR
2

5
ITA
1

1
ITA
2

4
JPN
1

7
JPN
2

6
MAC
1

3
MAC
2

2
1st 114
2009 SEAT Sport SEAT León TDI BRA
1

1
BRA
2

4
MEX
1

4
MEX
2

1
MAR
1

4
MAR
2

2
FRA
1

11
FRA
2

7
ESP
1

1
ESP
2

7
CZE
1

8
CZE
2

2
POR
1

3
POR
2

2
GBR
1

Ret
GBR
2

7
GER
1

NC
GER
2

7
ITA
1

2
ITA
2

1
JPN
1

4
JPN
2

3
MAC
1

5
MAC
2

3
2nd 123
2010 Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze LT BRA
1

1
BRA
2

4
MAR
1

6
MAR
2

2
ITA
1

4
ITA
2

1
BEL
1

2
BEL
2

5
POR
1

2
POR
2

2
GBR
1

1
GBR
2

5
CZE
1

NC
CZE
2

12
GER
1

3
GER
2

3
ESP
1

2
ESP
2

2
JPN
1

2
JPN
2

2
MAC
1

2
MAC
2

4
1st 331
2011 Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T BRA
1

2
BRA
2

3
BEL
1

3
BEL
2

Ret
ITA
1

2
ITA
2

2
HUN
1

5
HUN
2

1
CZE
1

2
CZE
2

1
POR
1

2
POR
2

2
GBR
1

1
GBR
2

1
GER
1

1
GER
2

5
ESP
1

1
ESP
2

1
JPN
1

4
JPN
2

2
CHN
1

4
CHN
2

1
MAC
1

2
MAC
2

3
1st 433
2012 Chevrolet Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T ITA
1

1
ITA
2

1
ESP
1

1
ESP
2

8
MAR
1

3
MAR
2

1
SVK
1

10
SVK
2

2
HUN
1

1
HUN
2

10
AUT
1

2
AUT
2

8
POR
1

1
POR
2

5
BRA
1

1
BRA
2

4
USA
1

1
USA
2

14
JPN
1

2
JPN
2

6
CHN
1

Ret
CHN
2

13
MAC
1

1
MAC
2

3
3rd 393
2013 RML Chevrolet Cruze 1.6T ITA
1

1
ITA
2

1
MAR
1

4
MAR
2

2
SVK
1

4
SVK
2

2
HUN
1

1
HUN
2

5
AUT
1

3
AUT
2

2
RUS
1

1
RUS
2

2
POR
1

1
POR
2

7
ARG
1

1
ARG
2

13
USA
1

3
USA
2

4
JPN
1

3
JPN
2

Ret
CHN
1

2
CHN
2

5
MAC
1

1
MAC
2

6
1st 431
2014 Citroën Total WTCC Citroën C-Elysée WTCC MAR
1

3
MAR
2

Ret
FRA
1

1
FRA
2

2
HUN
1

1
HUN
2

5
SVK
1

10
SVK
2

C
AUT
1

1
AUT
2

Ret
RUS
1

4
RUS
2

2
BEL
1

1
BEL
2

2
ARG
1

3
ARG
2

3
BEI
1

2
BEI
2

9
CHN
1

3
CHN
2

Ret
JPN
1

Ret
JPN
2

5
MAC
1

5
MAC
2

2
2nd 336
2015 Citroën Total WTCC Citroën C-Elysée WTCC ARG
1

2
ARG
2

11
MAR
1

5
MAR
2

1
HUN
1

2
HUN
2

7
GER
1

3
GER
2

1
RUS
1

1
RUS
2

6
SVK
1

1
SVK
2

3
FRA
1

2
FRA
2

4
POR
1

7
POR
2

2
JPN
1

5
JPN
2

15†
CHN
1

2
CHN
2

1
THA
1

Ret
THA
2

Ret
QAT
1

6
QAT
2

1
2nd 357
2016 Citroën Racing Citroën C-Elysée WTCC FRA
1

13
FRA
2

4
SVK
1

7
SVK
2

5
HUN
1

12
HUN
2

2
MAR
1

3
MAR
2

2
GER
1

Ret
GER
2

DNS
RUS
1

3
RUS
2

11
POR
1

9
POR
2

2
ARG
1

3
ARG
2

5
JPN
1

JPN
2

CHN
1

CHN
2

THA
1

THA
2

QAT
1

QAT
2

3rd* 160*

Did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance. * Season still in progress.

WTCC statistics[edit]

Season Series Team Starts Wins Podiums Poles Fastest Laps Points Place
2006 WTCC SEAT Sport France 20 1 7 0 2 62 4th
2007 WTCC SEAT Sport 20 2 4 1 1 81 2nd
2008 WTCC SEAT Sport 24 3 9 3 1 114 1st
2009 WTCC SEAT Sport 24 4 11 1 2 123 2nd
2010 WTCC Chevrolet 22 3 14 2 1 331 1st
2011 WTCC Chevrolet 24 8 19 4 8 433 1st
2012 WTCC Chevrolet 24 9 14 3 8 393 3rd
2013 WTCC RML 24 7 15 7 8 431 1st
2014 WTCC Citroën Total WTCC 23 4 13 4 3 336 2nd
2015 WTCC Citroën Total WTCC 24 6 13 3 4 357 2nd
Overall 229 47 119 28 38 2661

* Season still in progress.

24 Hours of Le Mans results[edit]

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Pos. Class
Pos.
1996 United States Rocketsports Spain Fermin Velez
United States Andy Evans
Ferrari 333 SP WSC 31 DNF DNF

Complete World Rally Championship results[edit]

Year Entrant Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 WDC Points
2010 Petter Solberg World Rally Team Citroën Xsara WRC SWE MEX JOR TUR NZL POR BUL FIN DEU JPN FRA
42
ESP GBR NC 0
2011 Yvan Muller Peugeot 207 S2000 SWE MEX POR JOR ITA ARG GRE FIN DEU AUS FRA
31
ESP GBR NC 0
2012 Yvan Muller Mini John Cooper Works WRC MON SWE MEX POR ARG GRE NZL FIN GER GBR FRA
14
ITA ESP NC 0

Complete V8 Supercar results[edit]

Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Final Pos Points
2000 Holden Racing Team Holden VT Commodore PHI
R1
PHI
R2
BAR
R3
BAR
R4
BAR
R5
ADE
R6
ADE
R7
EAS
R8
EAS
R9
EAS
R10
HID
R11
HID
R12
HID
R13
CAN
R14
CAN
R15
CAN
R16
QLD
R17
QLD
R18
QLD
R19
WIN
R20
WIN
R21
WIN
R22
ORA
R23
ORA
R24
ORA
R25
CAL
R26
CAL
R27
CAL
R28
QLD
R29
SAN
R30
SAN
R31
SAN
R32
BAT
R33
10
33rd 120
2002 K-mart Racing Team Holden VX Commodore ADE
R1
ADE
R2
PHI
R3
PHI
R4
EAS
R5
EAS
R6
EAS
R7
HID
R8
HID
R9
HID
R10
CAN
R11
CAN
R12
CAN
R13
BAR
R14
BAR
R15
BAR
R16
ORA
R17
ORA
R18
WIN
R19
WIN
R20
QLD
R21
Ret
BAT
R22
Ret
SUR
R23
SUR
R24
PUK
R25
PUK
R26
PUK
R27
SAN
R28
SAN
R29
NC 0
2004 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1
ADE
R2
EAS
R3
PUK
R4
PUK
R5
PUK
R6
HID
R7
HID
R8
HID
R9
BAR
R10
BAR
R11
BAR
R12
QLD
R13
WIN
R14
ORA
R15
ORA
R16
SAN
R17
Ret
BAT
R18
Ret
SUR
R19
SUR
R20
SYM
R21
SYM
R22
SYM
R23
EAS
R24
EAS
R25
EAS
R26
NC 0
2005 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1
ADE
R2
PUK
R3
PUK
R4
PUK
R5
BAR
R6
BAR
R7
BAR
R8
EAS
R9
EAS
R10
SHA
R11
SHA
R12
SHA
R13
HID
R14
HID
R15
HID
R16
QLD
R17
ORA
R18
ORA
R19
SAN
R20
1
BAT
R21
15
SUR
R22
SUR
R23
SUR
R24
SYM
R25
SYM
R26
SYM
R27
PHI
R28
PHI
R29
PHI
R30
38th 192
2010 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1
YMC
R2
BHR
R3
BHR
R4
ADE
R5
ADE
R6
HAM
R7
HAM
R8
QLD
R9
QLD
R10
WIN
R11
WIN
R12
HID
R13
HID
R14
TOW
R15
TOW
R16
PHI
R17
BAT
R18
SUR
R19

13
SUR
R20

15
SYM
R21
SYM
R22
SAN
R23
SAN
R24
SYD
R25
SYD
R26
NC + 0 +

+ Guest Driver

Complete FIA World Rallycross Championship results[edit]

Supercar[edit]

Year Entrant Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 WRX Points
2015 Albatec Racing Peugeot 208 PRT
HOC
BEL
GBR
GER
SWE
CAN
NOR
FRA
19
BAR
TUR
ITA
ARG
40th 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Where are they now?
  2. ^ Where are they now?
  3. ^ "PRIAULX AND BMW WIN TITLES AGAIN". fiawtcc.com. 18 November 2007. Archived from the original on 16 November 2008. Retrieved 19 November 2007. 
  4. ^ "THEY SAID, THEY SAID...". fiawtcc.com. 18 November 2007. Archived from the original on 14 November 2008. Retrieved 19 November 2007. 
  5. ^ "Yvan Muller wins the season-opener". Autosport. 2 March 2008. Retrieved 16 November 2008. 
  6. ^ "MENU WINS RACE 1, MULLER IS CHAMPION". fiawtcc.com. 16 November 2008. Retrieved 16 November 2008. [dead link]
  7. ^ Yvan Muller inks Chevrolet deal
  8. ^ Muller delighted with third title & looks for fourth in 2012[permanent dead link], TouringCarTimes.
  9. ^ "RML CHEVROLETS FOR MULLER AND CHILTON". World Touring Car Championship. Kigema Sport Organisation. 4 March 2013. Retrieved 4 March 2013. 
  10. ^ Hudson, Neil (24 March 2013). "Double victory for Yvan Muller at Monza". TouringCarTimes. Mediaempire Stockholm AB. Retrieved 25 March 2013. 
  11. ^ Hudson, Neil (7 August 2013). "Citroën sign Yvan Muller for a two-year deal in WTCC". TouringCarTimes. Mediaempire Stockholm AB. Retrieved 7 August 2013. 
  12. ^ "Stage 5 Withdrawals Dakar 2009". Dakar.com. 9 January 2008. Retrieved 11 January 2008. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Yvan Muller at Wikimedia Commons

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Paul Warwick
(British F3000)
British Formula 2
Champion

1992
Succeeded by
Philippe Adams
Preceded by
JJ Lehto
Tommi Mäkinen
Kari Tiainen
Race of Champions
Nations' Cup

2000 with:
Régis Laconi
Gilles Panizzi
Succeeded by
Fernando Alonso
Jesús Puras
Rubén Xaus
Preceded by
James Thompson
British Touring Car Champion
2003
Succeeded by
James Thompson
Preceded by
Andy Priaulx
World Touring Car Champion
2008
Succeeded by
Gabriele Tarquini
Preceded by
Gabriele Tarquini
World Touring Car Champion
20102011
Succeeded by
Robert Huff
Preceded by
Robert Huff
World Touring Car Champion
2013
Succeeded by
José María López