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
May 6, 2012
06/05/2012 - Qualifying has been once again crucial in the economy of Alberto Cerqui's weekend at Budapest (H), in occasion of the fifth round of the FIA WTCC 2012. The driver from Brescia in the eve's quotes explicited the importance of getting into Q2 to aim to a good result in the race and highlighted what has been one of the main themes of the weekend.

The Italian Superstars Series reigning champion pushed hard to bring his BMW 320TC in the top twelve during a qualifying session not very favourable to BMWs but missed Q2 for just four thousands setting the thirteenth time (1'56.347).

Race one was started from the back of the grid due to a penalty issued by stewards by team's cars due to pits procedure incident that did not influence the performance of the cars, but Cerqui managed to produce a good recover that allowed him to end thirteenth, seventh of the drivers competing in the Yokohama Drivers' Trophy. 

Race two had less luck: an electric problem made his BMW stall on the grid and required marshals intervention to move it to the pits. The engineers of the team managed to start the engine nearly two minutes into the race which unavoidably compromised the outcome of the race that was ended in eighteenth position.

Alberto Cerqui:
"The weekend did not start in the best possible way and it ended in a not very positive way with race two. My team mate Tom Coronel also had a troubled weekend therefore we will both try and counter-charge in Austria. Thomas Biagi and Stefano Colombo managed anyway to save the day by winning in the Italian GT round of Vallelunga. My congratulations go to them and to the team's guys".

The FIA WTCC will be back on track next 20 Maggio in Salzburg (A).