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May 22nd, 2013
Robert Kubica has admitted he is pleased with the rally-leading speed he has shown early in his new career. The Pole led his third European Rally Championship round in succession in last week’s Tour of Corsica , but he failed to turn that promise into a win when a fuel pump problem struck his Citroen DS3 RRC towards the end of the opening day. “I’ve been pleased with my pace, I’ve won stages and I’ve been able to fight at the top on all three rallies I have done,” said Kubica
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 15th, 2013
World Touring Car promoter Marcello Lotti insists there is still strong interest from a number of manufacturers in joining the series next year. The FIA announced last December that it intended to open up regulations and allow more powerful, aero-dependent cars on the grid for 2014
May 3rd, 2013
Sebastien Loeb moved into the Rally Argentina on stage seven as Sebastien Ogier made a mistake and dropped to third. Loeb had promised to take the fight to Ogier on day two and immediately started gaining on his arch-rival on the opening Santa Rosa stage.
May 2nd, 2013
A half-open door was potentially a factor in the accident that cost Dani Sordo his chance of Rally Argentina victory. The Spanish driver rolled his Citroen DS3 WRC on the second stage of Thursday morning , dropping almost seven and a half minutes
May 2nd, 2013
Sebastien Loeb says he is under no pressure to perform in Rally Argentina. Competing on gravel for the first time this year, the seven-time winner of this event admitted it took him some time to find the right feeling again on Wednesday’s shakedown and qualifying stages. “I haven’t competed on gravel since Catalunya,” he said, “and I did only one day of testing, so for sure I didn’t do as much as I might have done.
May 2nd, 2013
Sebastien Ogier will be free to fight with Sebastien Loeb in Rally Argentina despite the Citroen driver not being a title threat. Volkswagen motorsport chief Jost Capito says he has no intention of ordering Ogier to let his arch-rival go when Loeb returns for one of his World Rally Championship guest appearances this week. Ogier enjoys a 54-point lead at the top of the WRC table ahead of Argentina and the Frenchman himself admits he does not need to be drawn into an unnecessary fight with the defending world champion, who is only competing on four WRC rounds this year.
April 30th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier insists Sebastien Loeb’s World Rally return in Argentina will not distract him from his 2013 championship bid. The pair have already met twice this year. Loeb had the upper hand in the season-opening Monte Carlo Rally , but could do little to prevent Ogier clinching a first win for Volkswagen’s new team in Sweden .
April 25th, 2013
Robert Kubica admitted his first day of Rally Azores was “demanding” despite holding a nine-second lead overnight on his European Rally Championship gravel debut.
April 24th, 2013
Dani Sordo has no doubt that he will be a victory contender from the outset when the World Rally Championship resumes in Argentina next month, following his breakthrough Portugal performance. Although Sordo crashed out on day two in Portugal, the accident came when he was right on dominant points leader Sebastien Ogier’s tail in the lead battle. Citroen had been blown away by Ogier and Volkswagen in Mexico in March, but Sordo and team-mate Mikko Hirvonen made significant progress at a subsequent test
April 17th, 2013
M-Sport’s Ford Fiesta R5 could make its public debut on next month’s Tour de Corse.
April 14th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier survived a technical scare that threatened to undo Volkswagen and turn the Rally of Portugal on its head on Sunday morning. The Frenchman had led team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala by 34 seconds heading into the final day, with Mikko Hirvonen’s Citroen more than one minute down the road in third
April 13th, 2013
Robert Kubica says he expects his pace through Saturday afternoon’s stages to be affected by the hydraulic problem that hampered his Citroen DS3 RRC during the morning . Kubica was forced to use the manual shift on his Citroen after the specially designed paddle system failed on leg two’s opener.
April 13th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier is stretching away from team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala in a Volkswagen one-two halfway through day two in Portugal. With Dani Sordo having damaged his Citroen while chasing Ogier, and Mads Ostberg having rolled his M-Sport Ford while holding the VW off on Friday, the World Rally Championship leader is successfully seeing his rivals off. Ogier’s main battle is with his health, as his lingering illness is leaving him struggling for energy on the stages
April 13th, 2013
Dani Sordo’s bid for Rally of Portugal victory is over after the Citroen driver crashed out on Saturday’s opening stage. The Spaniard had started the day right on Sebastien Ogier’s tail in the fight for the rally win. Sordo put Ogier – winner of the last two World Rally Championship rounds – under increasing pressure on Friday and was chasing his first victory at world level.
April 12th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier extended his lead over Dani Sordo to 4.4 seconds after finishing second-fastest on the superspecial that closed Friday’s Rally Portugal running. The Volkswagen driver found two seconds on his Citroen rival over the 3.27 kilometre Lisboa stage.
April 12th, 2013
Robert Kubica’s participation in the Rally of Portugal has been jeopardised by to the front of his Citroen on the second stage.
April 6th, 2013
Dani Sordo took his first victory since returning to Citroen on Saturday’s Fafe Rally Sprint in Portugal. The Spaniard overcame poor form on the last round of the World Rally Championship in Mexico to clinch a one-second win in his DS3 WRC ahead of Mads Ostberg’s M-Sport Ford
March 31st, 2013
Timmy Hansen heads the order after the opening two heats of the first round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship at Lydden. The young Swede, starting only his third supercar race, went fastest in both the first and second heats to earn first place overall. His team-mate and reigning champion Timur Timerzyanov sits second.
March 29th, 2013
Nine-time World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb will be on hand to help Robert Kubica with his gravel and WRC debut in a Citroen DS3 RRC on next month’s Rally of Portugal. The Polish driver stunned the sport with his first asphalt outing in the DS3 on last week’s Canaries Rally , but his WRC2 debut in Portugal is expected to be more complicated for the former Canadian Grand Prix winner. Kubica’s gravel experience is limited to just 40 miles in one of his own Group N cars and, while he will test his DS3 ahead of the Faro event, Citroen team principal Yves Matton expects him to have questions.