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Alain Menu (CH)

Highlights of BTTC career include 36 race victories and two championships

Alain Menu was born August 9, 1963 in Geneva, Switzerland. Together with his wife, Caroline, and their three children, Menu lives near Geneva.

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2009 WTCC : 10th in points, 2 wins, 1 pole position (Chevrolet Cruze)
2008 WTCC: 9th in points, 3  wins, 1 pole position (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2007 WTCC: 6th in points, 5  wins, 5 pole positions (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2006 WTCC: 1 win (Chevrolet Lacetti) Winner of 200 km Buenos Aires (Chevrolet)
2005 WTCC (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2004 24h Le Mans (Ferrari 550); 2nd in BTCC Masters Race (Seat Cupra)
2003 DTM (Opel Astra V8) - 1st in GTS Class at Petit Le Mans (Ferrari 550)
2002 DTM (Opel Astra V8) -  Raced in Sebring and Le Mans (Ferrari 550)
2001 DTM (Opel Astra V8) -  1st Jarama race of FIA GT Championship (Ferrari 550)
2000 BTCC: Champion, 6 wins (Ford Mondeo).
1999 BTCC: 1th ,1 win  (Ford Mondeo)
1998 BTCC: 4th , 3 wins (Renault Laguna)
1997 BTCC:  Champion, 12 wins (Renault Laguna)
1996 BTCC: 2nd , 4 wins (Renault Laguna).
1995 BTCC: 2nd , 7 wins (Renault Laguna)
1994 BTCC: 2nd , 2 wins (Renault Laguna)
1993 BTCC: 10th , 1 win (Renault 19)
1992 BTCC: Did a half season in a BMW 318is before being injured in a quad bike accident at Knockhill.
1991 International Formula 3000
1990 British Formula 3000 Championship: 2nd
1989 British Formula 3 Championship
1988 British Formula 3 Championship
1987 British Formula Ford 1600 Championship:  2nd -  2nd in FF1600 Festival
1985 French FF1600:  4th in the Championship

Robert Huff (GB)

Young and fast: Rob's rapid racing career

Robert Huff was born December 25, 1979. The single lives in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire and started his motor sport career in 1992 by participating in karting races.

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2009 WTCC: 5th, 3 wins, 2 pole positions (Chevrolet Cruze)
2008 WTCC: 3rd, 2 wins, 1 pole position (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2007 WTCC: 9th, 1 win (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2006 WTCC: 1 win (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2005 WTCC (Chevrolet Lacetti)
2004 BTTC:  2  wins (SEAT)
2003 Seat Cupra Championship: Champion, 3 wins Peter Best MG BCV8 Championship:  3rd in class B
2002 Elf Clio Renault Sport UK Cup:  3rd , 7 podiums MG Ethyl Championship: Champion in class B
2001 Formula Renault UK ( best result: 6th MG Ethyl Championship: 3rd in class B
2000 Formula Opel/Vauxhall: Champion MG Ethyl Championship:  3rd in class B
1999 Moss BCV8 Championship: Champion in class B
1998 Silverstone Junior BRDC Formula Ford: Champion, 3 wins Silverstone Junior BRDC Peugeot 306 GTi: Champion, 3 wins

Yvan Muller (FR)

WTCC World Champion, Touring Car star and a legend on ice...

Yvan Muller  was born 16 August 1969 in Altkirch, in the Alsace region.  The father of one daughter lives near Geneva, in Switzerland. 

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2009 WTCC : 2nd, 4 wins  (SEAT León TDI)
2008 WTCC : World Champion, 3 wins (SEAT León TDI)
2007 WTCC: 2nd, 2 wins (SEAT León)
2006 WTCC: 4th, 1 win (SEAT León) - 1st in Andros Trophy (KIA Rio)
2005 BTCC: 2nd, 6 wins (Vauxhall Astra) - 1st in Andros Trophy (KIA Rio)
2004 BTCC: 2nd, 5 wins (Vauxhall Astra) - 1st in Andros Trophy (KIA Rio)
2003 BTCC: Champion, 6 wins (Vauxhall Astra) - 1st in 24h of Chamonix (SEAT Córdoba)
2002 BTCC: 2nd, 5 wins (Vauxhall Astra) - 1st in Andros Trophy (Opel Astra)
2001 BTCC: 2nd ,10 wins (Vauxhall Astra) - 1st in Andros Trophy (Opel Astra) 1 win in European Super Touring Championship (Alfa Romeo 156)
2000 BTCC: 4th , 3 wins (Vauxhall Vectra) - 1st in Andros Trophy (Opel Astra)
1999 BTCC: 6th, 1 win (Vauxhall Vectra) - 1st in Andros Trophy (Opel Tigra)
1998 BTCC: 7th (Audi A4 Quattro) - 1st in Andros Trophy (Opel Tigra)
1997 German Super Touring Cup: 7th (Audi A4) 1st in Andros Trophy (BMW 318i) - 1st in 24 Hours of Chamonix (BMW Z3)
1996 Italian STC: 4th (Audi A4 Quattro) - 1st in Andros Trophy (BMW 318i)
1995 French Super Touring Championship: Champion, 9 wins (BMW 318is)
1994 French Super Touring Championship: 3rd, 2 wins (BMW 318is)
1993 FIA F3000 Championship: 17th (Reynard-Judd)
1992 British Formula 2 Championship: Champion, 4 wins (Reynard-Cosworth)
1991 French Formula 3 Championship: 7th (Reynard-Alfa Romeo)
1990 French Formula 3 Championship: 6th, 1 win (Ralt-Alfa Romeo)
1989 French Formula 3 Championship: 3rd (Martini-VW)
1988 French Formula Renault Championship: 3rd (3 wins)

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