It had been suggested in the run-up to the WTCC's debut at the Nurburgring Nordschleife that this event should carry a greater points weighting in accordance with its status, although double-points races have proved unpopular with fans in other race series.
Muller rejected this and described the standard scoring system as "still stupid".
Currently the WTCC awards points for the top five qualifying positions, in descending order, of 5-4-3-2-1, while both races carry an identical points weighting for the top 10, beginning with 25 points for the winner. The top 10 on the race two grid is a reversal of qualifying results.
"I don't think the Nordschleife should give more points," said Muller.
"But I think the second race [at all WTCC weekends] should not have the same points as the first.
"OK, in qualifying you take points, but it's still not enough."
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