|Nash had his best weekend yet|
Race one started with Honda driver Gabriele Tarquini on pole, Nykjaer in fourth. The Dane passed fellow Chevrolet drivers Yvan Muller and James Nash to take second before passing Tarqunini's Honda Civic on lap six for the lead.
Reigning champion Rob Huff had a good battle with former team mate Muller, passing the Frenchman for fourth early on. However, the Brit was to miss out as Muller regained the place later on.
|Michel Nykjaer won the first race|
Nykjaer held on to record his, and Nika racing's first WTCC win with Tarquini taking Honda's best WTCC position with second. Britain's James Nash secured his maiden WTCC podium with a third placed finish.
With tenth fastest time in qualifying, Fernando Monje started race two from pole position with Campos team mate Pepe Oriola alongside him in second.
|Pepe Oriola claimed race two|
Fernando Monje's day was to go from bad to worse as he dropped down the field, the ran into the back of LADA driver James Thompson knocking both of them out of the race, much to the Brit's displeasure.
Whilst Bamboo Engineering's James Nash battled with the Munnich SEAT of Marc Basseng for fourth place,the RML Chevrolets of Muller and Tom Chilton began to close in on Oriola with both fighting to gain position.
|Honda had a mixed weekend|
The WTCC season continues in two weeks in Slovakia where France's Yvan Muller will be looking to extend his championship lead.
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