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 ┼ákoda Fabia R5. He wasn’t alone, who lost the lead on… 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

Just few days to start in Germany

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Just few days to start of ADAC Rallye Deutschland as ninth event for World Rally Championship. More than 80 crews are on entry list – just Citroen will be there with just two cars (Ostberg and Breen). With new specification… Continue Reading

Still great battle between Tanak, Ostberg and Latvala

After fifteen stages are still all manufacturer drivers in the game (except of course Al-Qassimi). Just Mikkelsen had an off road moment and it is really nice to see all that drivers are still racing without big troubles. Ott Tanak… Continue Reading

Neuville finally won!

Thierry Neuville and Nicolas Gilsoul finally won psychic battle against Sebastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia. With not the best starting position they won nine from twenty stages on Rally Italia Sardegna. On Power Stage, where they took another five points,… 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