All leaders lost win on the last stage

What a battle on 62. CORSICA Linea Tour de Corse this weekend as fourth event in World Rally Championship! It was close battle on the last few stages in almost all sections. But this won’t be able if Tanak won’t… Continue Reading

Suninen leads in Sweden!

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What a crazy event is 67. Rally Sweden, where we had four different leaders and five stage winners on eight special stages in first leg. Yesterday was Thierry Neuville the fastest driver on the opening super special stage, but made… Continue Reading

M-Sport will continue competing in WRC

When world rally champion, Sebastien Ogir, left M-Sport after finish of this season, M-Sport lost also some their main sponsors and they didn’t know if they will be able to competing in new 2019 season. But yesterday team announced their… Continue Reading

Championship is still open after Loeb’s win in Spain

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World Rally Championship is still open after RallyRACC Catalunya – Costa Daurada in last weekend where Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena in Citroen C3 WRC won after five years! They won with just 2.9 seconds ahead crew Ogier – Ingrassia… Continue Reading

Both leaders from first leg lost their leads

It takes so little to lost lead on rally. Ott Tanak lost lead on RallyRACC Catalunya today after he have to changed puncture on SS10. Also Eric Camilli lost lead in WRC2 after he lost too much time on SS9.… Continue Reading

Suninen first time on podium, Neuville second win this season

Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul won second time in this season on Vodafone Rally de Portugal. They are also new leaders in championship standings. Five Power Stage points went to Esapekka Lappi (Toyota) who won stage with 1.9 second ahead… Continue Reading

Leaders for new points

After really dramatic two days in Portugal are on leading places almost all drivers who already leads in championship standings. Just Thierry Neuville is for now on second place, but with second win this year he will overtake Ogier. Just… Continue Reading