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May 18th, 2013
Bryan Bouffier clinched another victory in a classic rally as he added a Tour of Corsica win to his 2011 Monte Carlo triumph.
May 17th, 2013
Robert Kubica has lost the Tour of Corsica lead after running into mechanical trouble on stage five and having to retire. Kubica had taken the lead only one stage before , when the previously dominant Craig Breen clipped a bank and suffered tyre damage. That meant the ex-Formula 1 driver went onto the Barchetta stage seven seconds ahead of nearest rivals Bryan Bouffier and Jan Kopecky.
May 17th, 2013
Robert Kubica leads the Tour of Corsica after a mistake from Craig Breen eradicated the Peugeot driver’s comfortable advantage. Breen had stretched his advantage to 26 seconds by claiming a third straight stage win as the event resumed after service on Barchetta on Friday afternoon. But on the following Taverna stage, Breen ran wide and hit a bank, sustaining a puncture.
May 17th, 2013
Craig Breen established a 19.5-second early lead over Robert Kubica as the European Rally Championship resumed in Corsica. SS1 featured slippery conditions while sunshine emerged for a dry SS2, but whatever the weather, Peugeot driver Breen had a comfortable margin over his rivals.
January 19th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb clinched his seventh Monte Carlo Rally victory early as the final two stages of the 2013 event were cancelled on safety grounds. Heavy rain had moved into the previously icy and snowy region as the cars were in the mid-evening service, and as the worsening conditions prompted hordes of spectators to leave the stages, local roads became badly congested.
January 19th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb maintained his Monte Carlo Rally lead into the final evening as tricky conditions on the Col de Turini caught out several frontrunners.
January 18th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb continued to stretch his Monte Carlo Rally lead on Friday afternoon, while battles behind him closed up.
January 18th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb had time to enjoy the scenery as he maintained his Monte Carlo Rally advantage on Friday morning. The world champion took a cautious approach to the snowy St Jean en Royans stage, which he described as “the most beautiful of the rally”, and was still fastest by 1.5 seconds over Sebastien Ogier.
January 17th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb continues to maintain a comfortable lead over Sebastien Ogier in the Monte Carlo Rally, as Evgeny Novikov flew on Thursday morning’s snow-covered stages. There was little to choose between Loeb’s Citroen and Ogier’s Volkswagen on the loop. Ogier was quickest on SS5, had a quick spin on SS6, then virtually matched Loeb on SS7
January 16th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb utterly dominated the second loop of Monte Carlo Rally stages, with his lead confirmed as 1m20s when timing problems were finally resolved. The running order had been unclear for over three hours due to problems with new provider SIT’s timing system on stage three. When accurate results were eventually published, teams’ estimates that Loeb now held a 1m20s advantage proved correct.
January 7th, 2013
Jan Kopecky wants Skoda to increase his European Rally Championship programme after triumphing on the season-opening Janner Rally last weekend. Kopecky recovered from a left-front puncture on the second day in Austria to beat Bryan Bouffier to victory by 0.5 seconds, coming from over 10s back on the final stage to win. Currently Skoda has only entered him for one more ERC event – the Czech Republic’s Zlin Rally in August – but will announce the remainder of his 2013 programme soon
January 5th, 2013
Jan Kopecky sealed victory in round one of the new-look European Rally Championship by just half a second in a final-stage thriller in Austria. Having started the second day in the lead by 20s, Kopecky played it safe in the wet and occasionally icy conditions of the all-asphalt Janner Rally, based around the town of Freistadt close to the Czech border. But his advantage dramatically crumbled on SS15, when the Skoda driver picked up a front-left puncture that dropped him to third overall.
January 4th, 2013
Jan Kopecky withstood miscellaneous challenges from rivals and the weather to end day one of the European Rally Championship’s new era in the lead in Austria. The first loop of Janner Rally stages posed a tyre choice headache as the rain of Pierbach was followed by snow and ice on Liebenau and St Oswald. Veteran Raimund Baumschlager went for narrow studded rubber and lost nearly a minute on stage one, before closing to within two seconds of leader and fellow Skoda man Kopecky over the next two stages, where the latter’s wide tyres struggled
December 21st, 2012
2011 Monte Carlo Rally winner Bryan Bouffier will make his first World Rally Championship start in a top-class car in next month’s Monaco event. Bouffier won the Monte when it was part of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge two years ago. The rally moved back to the WRC this season
May 11th, 2012
Dani Sordo holds a comfortable lead on his Intercontinental Rally Challenge debut in Corsica at the end of day two.
May 10th, 2012
Andreas Mikkelsen holds a narrow lead over series returnee Giandomenico Basso and World Rally star Dani Sordo at the end of day one of the latest Intercontinental Rally Challenge round in Corsica. Basso, driving an A-Style-run Ford, was quickest on the first of leg one’s three stages, before fastest time on SS2 took championship leader Mikkelsen (Skoda UK) from fourth to first.
February 25th, 2012
Andreas Mikkelsen looks assured of victory in the 2012 Intercontinental Rally Challenge’s Azores opener, as a clean sweep of stage wins on the event’s penultimate loop stretched his advantage. Skoda UK driver Mikkelsen is now 24 seconds clear of works Skoda man Juho Hanninen, his predecessor as IRC champion, with just two stages to go this afternoon
February 24th, 2012
Andreas Mikkelsen extended his lead over Juho Hanninen through the first four stages of day two of Rally Azores. There was little to choose between the two Skoda drivers until Hanninen had a quick spin near the end of SS5, losing 10 seconds. Mikkelsen then stretched his advantage on the next stage, and although Hanninen won SS7, he only took a tenth off the reigning Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion and the gap between them now stands at 15.4s.
January 18th, 2012
Ford team principal Malcolm Wilson says the heavy snow forecast for the French Alps means the Monte Carlo Rally remains wide open. Five-time Monte winner Sebastien Loeb holds a one-minute lead for Citroen at the top of the timesheets tonight, but wintry weather is expected to arrive on the stages tomorrow and those conditions make tyre choices even more critical
January 17th, 2012
P-G Andersson has praised the Proton team for the development done on the Satria-Neo S2000 ahead of its SWRC debut on this week’s Monte Carlo Rally. The Swede finished this morning’s shakedown stage second in SWRC, 1.6 seconds off the benchmark category time set by Bryan Bouffier’s Peugeot 207 S2000.