Ma Qing Hua1987-12-25 (age 33)
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NIO 333 driver Ma Qinghua will miss the final six races of the 2019-20 Formula E season due to travel limitations that have resulted from the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese Formula E driver Ma Qinghua is observing a 14-day quarantine period ahead of the Mexico City E-Prix in response to government advice amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The rebranded NIO 333 Formula E team has revealed McLaren Formula 1 test driver Oliver Turvey and Ma Qing Hua as its racers for 2019/20 ahead of pre-season testing.
Esteban Gutierrez is set to replace Ma Qing Hua at the Techeetah team for the remainder of the Formula E season, Motorsport.com can reveal.
Former Williams and Jaguar Formula 1 team manager David Stubbs has joined the Techeetah Formula E team this week.
As the third season of the FIA Formula E championship kicks off this weekend in Hong Kong, Sam Smith surveys the field - and, with the help of an informed source, predicts who will come out on top.
The President of Formula E’s newest team Techeetah has given a first-ever interview to Motorsport.com about the Chinese operation, revealing ambitions to link up with a major manufacturer in the coming seasons.
FIA Formula E Championship squad Team Aguri is in negotiations with Chinese Media Capital (CMC) for the company to buy into the team, Motorsport.com can reveal.
Citroen boss Yves Matton has confirmed that Sebastien Loeb Racing could represent the French marque in the WTCC with as many as five cars in 2017.
Interview with Yves Matton, Citroën Racing Team Principal
Yvan Muller took his sixth win of the 2015 WTCC season in the final race in Qatar, and in doing so beat departing Citroen teammate Sebastien Loeb to runner-up in the standings by one point.
A total of nine drivers were summoned to the stewards after a pair of accident-strewn races at the Chang International Circuit in Thailand, albeit all escaped without significant penalties.
The Manufacturers’ and Drivers’ titles may be sewn up, but Citroën is keeping up the suspense: Yvan Muller and Sébastien Loeb are now separated by just two points and will battle it out for the runner-up spot in Qatar.
Jose Maria Lopez dominated the first WTCC race at Buriram, Thailand, to clinch his second consecutive world title after Citroën Racing team-mate Yvan Muller was knocked out by an accident in the first lap.
Yvan Muller completed the celebrations for Citroen Racing in Shanghai, winning the second race of the day as Honda’s Gabriele Tarquini and reigning champion Jose Maria Lopez completed the podium after an intense battle.
Jose Maria Lopez led an all-Citroen top three in Race 1 at Shanghai, as Citroen secured the WTCC manufacturers’ crown for the second year in a row.
Ma Qing Hua continued to be the fastest man of the day, topping the time sheets in the second free practice session this morning in Shanghai.
Castrol Honda’s Tiago Monteiro claimed his second win of the season, and the third for Honda this year while championship contenders Yvan Muller and Jose Maria Lopez both failed to finish the race after separate incidents.
Citroen’s Jose Maria Lopez deprived Honda of a home victory after taking the lead from Norbert Michelisz into the first corner at Motegi, leading the rest of the way to take his seventh win of the season.
Zengo Motorsport’s Norbert Michelisz claimed a sensational pole position for Honda in Motegi, outperforming championship leader Jose Maria Lopez in the one-lap shootout.
Ma Qing Hua won his second World Touring Car race with Citroen, and his first of 2015, at the Circuito Vila Real in a race that featured three major crashes taking out a number of frontrunners.
Yvan Muller, José María López and Sébastien Loeb earned a treble for Citroën Total in FIA WTCC qualifying at the Slovakia Ring today.
The Citroën C-Elysée WTCCs held off a reinvigorated opposition to claim the top two spots in qualifying at Moscow Race way.
The Big One will be a highlight of the 2015 season – and the hardest race of the year.
Marrakech once again becomes 'Marracrash' for Coronel: A pair of retirements on the tight, twisty street
Sébastien Loeb Racing’s driver leads the 2015 WTCC Yokohama Drivers’ Trophy
Citroen's Yvan Muller won the second race of the day in Marrakech from the reverse grid pole, fighting off teammate Sebastien Loeb for the duration in a race that saw much contact.