Muller ended the session in P23 following the incident at Turn 17 of the challenging 4.79-kilometre Circuito Internacional de Vila Real.

“I hit the barrier on Turn 17, it’s a high-speed corner,” Frenchman Muller said afterwards.
“I was probably a bit too optimistic, I look up and I was in the barrier. I have to see on the data exactly what has happened but for sure it was my fault. The front wheel is broken.”
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Muller finished runner-up to Gabriele Tarquini in the battle to win the inaugural WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO in 2018. He is the most successful driver in World Touring Car history with four titles to his name.
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