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Thu December 21, 2017

Citroen trying hard to defend being last Citroen Citroen trying hard to defend being last Sorry, but I can't help feeling Citroen is trying to be the loser of the new generation WRC. Before I start my rant, let me assure you that I am a big Citroen fan and that I do believe the C3 WRC is the most beautiful new generation WRC car of the lot. Though that might be ta...

Wed December 20, 2017

Citroen unveils drivers for 2018 Citroen Citroen unveils drivers for 2018 Contesting the full season next year, Kris Meeke will spearhead the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team, whilst Craig Breen will drive the second Citroën C3 WRC at ten rounds of the championship and Khalid Al Qassimi will appear in a third car at a handful of rallies. Séb...

Tue December 12, 2017

Skoda announce surprise drivers for 2018 Skoda Skoda announce surprise drivers for 2018 After winning all three WRC 2 titles of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), ŠKODA Motorsport will enter next season’s title race with an especially young team. Ole Christian Veiby and Juuso Nordgren, both 21 years old, as well as 17 years old Kalle Rovanperä will driv...

Thu December 7, 2017

Safari: Tied winners after 1500km! General Safari: Tied winners after 1500km! Kenya’s Carl ‘Flash’ Tundo with co-driver, Tim Jessop, and Richard Jackson of Britain with co-driver, Ryan Champion, have been declared the joint winners of the 2017 Kenya Airways East Africa Classic Safari Rally in Mombasa, following a unanimous decision by the stewards. This is...

ERC 2018 remains at 8 rounds IRC ERC 2018 remains at 8 rounds The FIA European Rally Championship will continue to feature eight events next season after the switch to a smaller schedule in response to feedback from teams proved a success when trialled in 2017. Ratified at a meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council in Paris yesterday...

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