November 22, 2012
Alberto Cerqui competing in the 6 Hours of Rome
November 7, 2012
Alberto Cerqui reveals the reason why he will not be in Macau
November 4, 2012
Podium and competitiveness regained in Shanghai
November 2, 2012
Optimism at the eve of Shanghai's race after an intense preparation work
October 21, 2012
Cerqui quick but unlucky in Japan
October 17, 2012
A dream come true in Suzuka
September 25, 2012
Unlucky exit to United States
September 19, 2012
Alberto Cerqui's expectations at the eve of the American round of WTCC
July 19, 2012
Alberto Cerqui delighted by coming back on the track in Brazil
June 4, 2012
Double podium in Portimao for an Alberto Cerqui more and more protagonist in the Yokohama Drivers' Trophy
May 29, 2012
Important chance in Portimao
May 20, 2012
New world points in Salzburg
May 17, 2012
A new circuit to discover in Salzburg
May 6, 2012
Difficult weekend in Budapest
May 3, 2012
 Alberto Cerqui seeking confirmations in Hungary
April 29, 2012
First podium in the Slovakia's round of FIA WTCC for an Alberto Cerqui in sensible growth
April 26, 2012
Alberto Cerqui thrilled with the features of the Slovakia Ring
April 11, 2012
Marrakech: Alberto Cerqui to debut on a street circuit
April 2, 2012
Not much luck in Valencia
March 27, 2012
Aiming at the Yokohama Trophy in Valencia
March 12, 2012
First world points for Alberto Cerqui in Monza
March 5, 2012
Alberto Cerqui aiming to the podium of the FIA WTCC 2012 season opener
January 13, 2012
Alberto Cerqui in FIA WTCC 2012 with ROAL Motorsport
March 27, 2012
27/03/2012 - FIA WTCC will be back on track this coming weekend in Valencia (Spain) for the second round of the season.

After the positive opener run held three weeks ago in Monza, when Alberto Cerqui ended both races within the top ten and harvested the first world points of his career, the young talent from Brescia is ready to be again among the protagonists behind the wheel of the number 16 BMW 320TC lined up by ROAL Motorsport.

The 19-year-old driver showed good performance in the Italian round, even compared to that of the strongest specialists in grand touring car racing, despite being aware that some races will be needed to get the most out of the German car. The challenge in the Yokohama Trophy seems more open than ever anyway and Cerqui is well motivated to get his first success of the season in the trophy promoted by the Japanese giant.

Alberto Cerqui:
"Valencia, together with Monza and Portimao, is one of the race tracks were I have already driven in the past therefore I hope I can do well there. As opposite to the Italian round, where we also run on Thursday, this time I will have just two half hour long free practice sessions to understand the behaviour of the car on this circuit ahead of qualifying. The objective is to get into Q2 and to aim at a victory in the Yokohama Trophy, particularly exploiting the grid inversion for race two".

The weekend's programme follows (GMT+2):

Saturday 31 March 2012
09.15 - 09.45: Free practice 1
12.00 - 12.30: Free practice 2
14.00 - 14.35: Qualifying

Sunday 31 March 2012
09.30 - 09.45: Warm-up
14.35: Race 1
17.20: Race 2

Qualifying and the two races will be covered live on satellite TV by Eurosport.