The final round of the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) in Macau saw Chevrolet become winners of the manufacturers' championship.
The one-two result of Chevrolet's Rob Huff and Yvan Muller in the opening race sealed the team's victory, adding to the driver's title that has already been secured by Muller.
Huff's third win of the season put him in second place in the driver's table before the start of the final race. But the Briton dropped one position in the end after finishing third in the second race.
Italy's Gabriele Tarquini took second place in the drivers' standings, after levelling on points with Huff but winning a higher number of races.
The second race was won by Norbert Michelisz, a young driver from Hungary who won his first ever WTCC race on the same day he also secured the Rookie Challenge.
Huff began the opening race on pole and led all the way from Muller to seal Chevrolet's manufacturers' title with a race in hand.
It also moved the Briton into second place in the drivers' charts as the three-way battle with Tarquini and Andy Priaulx went down to the final race of the season.
Muller let his team-mate through early to allow Huff to attack Tarquini, but the SEAT driver held off the Briton's late charge to claim second and just enough points to replace him in the drivers' standings.
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