Hyundai is on the mission

All three Hyundai’s crews are on first three places overall. Neuville – Gilsoul are first with 4.9 seconds ahead Mikkelsen – Jaeger and 12.1 seconds ahead Paddon – Marshall. Two stage wins went today to Paddon, one to Mikkelsen, Neuville… Continue Reading

Hyundai’s liveries for 2018 season

Hyundai Shell Mobis World Rally Team was represented car and livery for season 2018: There aren’t a big difference against last year specification, just few little aerodinamic changes. Bigger difference is with crews: – car #4: Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders… Continue Reading

Just sixt WRC crews on the finish

Just sixt official WRC crews finished 26. Kennards Hire Rally Australia 2017 without Rally2 rule. On the last day were there three retirements. Breen rolled on SS18, where also Lefebvre made a mistake and had to retired due accident damage.… Continue Reading

Mikkelsen now with Hyundai

Hyundai Motorsport announced an adjustment on crews line-up on last three WRC events. With loosing some important points in manufacturer’s championship, they decided to have Andreas Mikklesen in their team. He will be replaced Paddon in Spain and Sordo in… Continue Reading

Third time this season!

Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul are winners of 74. ORLEN Rally Poland 2017. He managed to drove safelly trough finish line of last stage and won third time in this amazing WRC season. Hyundai Motorsport’s team has a real reason… Continue Reading

Paddon retired from the lead!

This morning on Rally Sardegna wasn’t so bad for drivers, just many punctures for almost all drivers. But the biggest difference on Top 10 places made Hayden Paddon, who made mistake on SS13: Amateur mistake – an absolutely stupid mistake.… Continue Reading

Five gears is enough

“Tell Tommi that five gears is enough!” said Esapekka Lappi after his first WRC stage win on last stage in this morning loop. After five stages on 14. Rally Italia Sardegna 2017 we have five different stage winners: SS1: Neuville… Continue Reading