Kevin Ceccon was back on the podium for the first time since WTCR Race of Slovakia in May with his third-place finish in the opening race of the Macau weekend.
He claimed third on the final lap after Andy Priaulx dropped back to help Thed Björk, his fellow Lynk & Co-powered driver, score more points in his bid to win the WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup presented by OSCARO.
“It’s been a good race because the team deserves this podium a lot,” said Ceccon, right. “After Suzuka they were a bit down with the motivation because we grabbed a great podium starting from P7, then I got penalised. So I’m really happy for them because to put the Alfa Romeo Giulietta on the podium in Macau was something we were not expecting and I think it’s a great result for everyone involved in this project.”