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

Bergkvist is JWRC champion, Tanak with fourth win in this season

After beeing champion in ADAC Opel Rallye Cup, ERC3 and ERC junior championships, Emil Bergkvist became also JWRC champion on Rallye Turkey Marmaris. He was in battle with Denis Radstrom, who was second in this event and finished also second… Continue Reading

Kopecky is still on lead?

Drama continued also in WRC2 and WRC3 sections on Rally Turkey Marmaris. Jan Kopecky was on lead after punctures on first leg, but on SS10 broke driveshaft on his Škoda Fabia R5. He wasn’t alone, who lost the lead on… Continue Reading

Bad day for russians drivers

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Lukyanuk (1st) and Gryazin (3rd) was on great overall places after Day 1 on Barum Czech Rally Zlin. But today they lost their places. Jan Kopecky showed his dominance and experiences on his home event again. After yesterday’s three punctures… Continue Reading

Difficult Barum Czech Rally Zlin

How difficult is racing on the biggest event in Czech Republic, Barum Czech Rally Zlin, says statistics that every year were there between 40 – 60 retirements. Also this year isn’t any different than other years. There are already about… Continue Reading

Dominance in all sections

Very dominated are leaders in all sections of World Rally Championship this weekend in Germany. Ott Tanak (Toyota) won 6/7 stages until now and leads with 12.3 seconds ahead Sebastien Ogier (M-Sport) and 15.1 seconds more ahead Thierry Neuville (Hyundai).… Continue Reading