New (old) tactics in Mexico

There weren’t changes on overall standings after Power Stage on Rally Mexico, but were changes again in starting positions. Tanak was already out of Top10 so he was late on start of last stage. The same did Neuville, who had… Continue Reading

Japan glory on Sweden

On 66. Rally Sweden was in WRC2 section, where were eight drivers from Sweden, Norway and Finland, the winner from Japan. Wait…Japan? Yes, Takamoto Katsuta is part of Toyota – Japan WRC program and he got first biggest international section… Continue Reading

Neuville as third…winner!

Thierry Neuville become a third non-scandinavian driver who won Rally Sweden. With codriver Nicolas Gilsoul in Hyundai i20 WRC won 19.8 seconds ahead Craig Breen – Scott Martin in Citroen C3 WRC. This is also the best results for Breen… Continue Reading

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

Without surprise in overall, but big surprise in WRC2

With two stage wins in WRC2 is on the lead after SS4 Takamoto Katsuta (Fiesta R5) from Tommi Makinen Racing team. It is little surprise, because on next places under him are almost all scandinavians. Ole Christian Veiby is on… Continue Reading

Ogier is closer to new record

Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia (Ford) are the winners of 86. Rallye Automobile de Monte-Carlo 2018. They were on lead whole event but won “just” four stages. But Ogier had a nice and real comment after last stage: “Everyone did… Continue Reading