Moscow WTCC: Rob Huff's Lada and Gabriele Tarquini's Honda set pace
Gabriele Tarquini and Rob Huff set the pace in the two free practice sessions for the World Touring Car Championship round at Moscow Raceway
After topping Friday's test session, Honda driver Tarquini then set the pace in the first free practice session with a best time of 1m39.036.
Citroen drivers Jose Maria Lopez and Yvan Muller both trailed him by around a tenth and a half, and were separated from each other by just nine thousandths of a second.
Sebastien Loeb was fourth ahead of Tarquini's team-mate Tiago Monteiro and Huff, the best of the Ladas at the Russian marque's home circuit.
Huff then claimed the honours in second practice with a late lap of 1m38.853s to pip session-long leader Muller by 0.043s.
Lopez was three tenths back in third, just ahead of ROAL Chevrolet driver Tom Chilton, while Sebastien Loeb Racing Citroen racer Mehdi Bennani and Campos Chevrolet man Hugo Valente rounded out the top six.
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