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Tue October 8, 2013

Kubica closes in on WRC2 title Citroen Kubica closes in on WRC2 title Robert Kubica and Maciek Baran produced a flawless performance at the Rallye de France Alsace to take their fourth win of the season in WRC2. The Citroën DS3 RRC crew also now leads the championship standings again and has a chance of securing the title at the next round, Rally d...

Citroen Top Drivers in France Citroen Citroen Top Drivers in France After completing 312 kilometres of timed stages, Quentin Gilbert and his co-driver Renaud Jamoul won the fifth round of the Citroën Top Driver series at the Rallye de France. The event's local driver was the weekend's top performer, finishing 53.9 seconds ahead of Sébasti...

Sun October 6, 2013

Qatar M-Sport ask what could have been Ford Qatar M-Sport ask what could have been The Qatar M-Sport squad were left to ask what could have been as Rallye de France-Alsace came to a close today. Having led the rally in its early phases, Qatar World Rally Team's Thierry Neuville finished the event in fourth place with the Qatar M-Sport World Rally Team Ford ...

Ogier wins title and rally WRC Ogier wins title and rally The crowning of the new World Champions* at their home event, a magnificent thriller of a rally, and a big step for Volkswagen: the Rally France will go down as one of the greatest in the history of rallying. The events as they happened: on Thursday, Volkswagen duo Sébastien Ogie...

Citroen and Sordo finish with honours Citroen Citroen and Sordo finish with honours Fighting for the lead since Friday morning, Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena missed out on a fitting finale to their career at the Rallye de France Alsace. Also consistently among the front-runners, Dani Sordo and Carlos del Barrio claimed Citroën Racing's best result in placi...

Thu October 3, 2013

Awesome! World Champions! WRC Awesome! World Champions! The crowning moment - Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia are 2013 World Rally Champions*. The result of the opening stage - for a change the Power Stage - of their home event, the Rally France, means the Volkswagen works duo can no longer be caught at the top of the table in th...

Ogier crowned World Champion WRC Ogier crowned World Champion World Champions* with races to spare: Volkswagen works drivers Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia secured the Driver and Co-Driver titles in the 2013 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) at their home rally in France. Coming into the last event but two, the pair had won six of th...

Fri September 27, 2013

Alsace asphalt awaits Qatar M-Sport Ford Alsace asphalt awaits Qatar M-Sport As the Alsace asphalt awaits the eleventh round of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), Qatar M-Sport will be hoping to continue their good form with another strong result at next week's Rallye de France-Alsace. ...

Memories of a 9-time World Champion Citroen Memories of a 9-time World Champion A few days before taking part in his 168th WRC round, the statistics from Sébastien Loeb's racing career are genuinely staggering: 78 overall wins, 116 podium-finishes, 896 stage wins, 1,619 points scored, only 20 retirements… and of course, 9 World Championship titles, share...

A date with history Citroen A date with history Regardless of the outcome, the 2013 Rallye de France Alsace will go down in world motorsport history. The rally is set to be Sébastien Loeb and Daniel Elena's last competitive outing for the works Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT. With 78 wins already under their belts, the nine-t...

Ogier has one hand on WRC title WRC Ogier has one hand on WRC title Just one small step from achieving the main goal: with three races still to go, one single world championship point is all that stands between Volkswagen duo Sébastien Ogier/Julien Ingrassia (F/F) and the Driver and Co-Driver titles. The French pair has its sights set on picking ...

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