Tiago Monteiro1976-07-24 (age 43)
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Tiago Monteiro says he started to lose focus in an "emotional" final few laps of his WTCR victory in the final race of the Vila Real weekend.
KCMG Honda’s Tiago Monteiro claimed a popular home victory in the final WTCR race at Vila Real, beating the Cyan Racing pairing of Yvan Muller and Yann Ehrlacher.
The 2005 United States Grand Prix was one of the most notorious of Formula 1's 999 world championship rounds so far - contested by just six cars. And that meant a driver in one of the slowest machines on the grid got a podium. This is the story of a remarkable day for Tiago Monteiro
Le Mans 24 Hours LMP2 class winning team KCMG will join the World Touring Car Cup grid with Honda for 2019, and field Tiago Monteiro in his full-time return.
Tiago Monteiro will return to racing for the first time since his testing crash at Barcelona last September at this month's World Touring Car Cup round at Suzuka.
Tiago Monteiro seemed destined to win the World Touring Car Championship last year, until a huge testing crash halted his charge. After early whispers of a swift racing return, he recounts his arduous (and incomplete) road to recovery.
Tiago Monteiro and Esteban Guerrieri have been announced as the first drivers to sign up with Honda outfits in the new World Touring Car Cup.
WTCC championship leader Tiago Monteiro has been forced to withdraw from this weekend's races in China on medical grounds.
Tiago Monteiro says he wants to continue with Honda in WTCC, and has already started to discuss conditions for a contract renewal with the Japanese manufacturer.
Honda’s Norbert Michelisz grabbed his second World Touring Car Championship victory of the season in the main Termas de Rio Hondo race after long-time leader Nicky Catsburg’s suffered a puncture.
WTCC drivers have praised the series’ introduction of a joker lap at last weekend’s round in Vila Real in Portugal.
WTCC tyre supplier Yokohama has responded to criticism from a number of leading drivers after a series of punctures during Saturday's pair of Nurburgring races.
WTCC points leader Tiago Monteiro has laid into tyre supplier Yokohama after suffering a puncture-related retirement at the Nurburgring for the second year straight.
Tiago Monteiro became the first repeat winner of the 2017 WTCC season by resisting a challenge from Tom Chilton in the opening race at the Hungaroring.
Honda's Tiago Monteiro led the first WTCC practice session at Monza, despite suffering a puncture midway through the session.