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May 17th, 2013
Jan Kopecky became the Tour of Corsica’s fourth leader in six stages as he overhauled Bryan Bouffier to end day one on top. Bouffier had emerged in the lead after Craig Breen’s mistake and Robert Kubica’s mechanical problems .
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.
April 27th, 2013
Jan Kopecky extended his lead over Craig Breen on the final morning of Rally Azores and now leads by 20.8s with one loop of stages remaining.
April 25th, 2013
Robert Kubica leads Rally Azores, his first attempt at a European Rally Championship gravel round, by nine seconds at the end of day one. Thursday’s leg was truncated due to the appalling weather that struck the area the previous day, with SS1 cancelled altogether and SS2 shortened due to the amount of water
April 23rd, 2013
Kris Meeke is hoping his test role with Peugeot will lead to an opportunity to drive its 208 T16 competitively in the second half of the season. The Northern Irishman, who won his 2009 Intercontinental Rally Challenge title with Peugeot Sport, has been working with Craig Breen on the test and development of the 208. Peugeot has confirmed Meeke is a strong contender for driving the car once it breaks competitive cover.
April 9th, 2013
Skoda has edged closer to committing to a fully-fledged European Rally Championship title bid by entering Jan Kopecky to take on Robert Kubica in the Azores Rally. Kopecky leads the ERC standings after winning two of the three rallies held so far, but Skoda has held back from launching a full programme in the revitalised series, only confirming its plans on a round-by-round basis.
March 22nd, 2013
Robert Kubica dominated the opening stages of his European Rally Championship debut in the Canaries. The Pole already leads round three of the ERC by 38 seconds after just three stages. Kubica had insisted that he would take the event carefully and use it as a learning experience, but he has still been a class apart so far.
March 21st, 2013
Two-time Canarias Rally winner Jan Kopecky says he doesn’t expect Robert Kubica to have any problem finding a potentially winning pace on this week’s third round of the European Rally Championship. There had been speculation that rally novice Kubica might struggle with making pace notes for what is recognised as one of the toughest rallies in Europe to note, but Kopecky has poured cold water on such talk. Skoda factory driver Kopecky, who is chasing a hat-trick on the Spanish island, has been friends with Kubica since 2006.
February 15th, 2013
Jan Kopecky is set to add the next round of the European Rally Championship, the Canaries Rally, to his 2013 programme. The Skoda driver won the opening round of the season, the Janner Rally, in January and lies second in the championship, behind Jari Ketomaa. But he does not have a full-time programme in place for the remainder of 2013 , his participation in Rally Zlin his only other ERC entry for the year.
February 1st, 2013
Craig Breen leads Rally Liepaja-Ventspils after the opening afternoon of round two of the European Rally Championship in Latvia. The reigning Super 2000 World Rally champion is kicking off his Peugeot ERC programme on the gravel and snow event.
January 18th, 2013
Craig Breen has become a factory driver in the European Rally Championship after being named as a member of the inaugural Peugeot Rally Academy. The 22-year-old Irishman won the Super 2000 World Rally Championship last year to add to his WRC Academy title in 2011, but was left on the sidelines as both the ERC and WRC kicked off during January. On Friday, however, Peugeot confirmed that Breen would contest eight ERC rounds in its new R5-spec 208, driving for a works team run by the French Sainteloc Racing squad
November 25th, 2012
Robert Kubica’s domination of the Rallye du Var came to an abrupt end when he crashed on the penultimate stage. Although the incident left their Citroen C4 WRC on fire, both Kubica and co-driver Emanuele Inglesi escaped unhurt. Prior to the accident, Kubica had been on course for a commanding victory in the toughest event of his comeback so far.
October 13th, 2012
Giandomenico Basso clinched his second Intercontinental Rally Challenge victory of 2012 with a controlled performance on the final day of Rally Sanremo. The 2006 champion pushed hard from the outset on Saturday morning, turning his 25-second overnight advantage into a 52s lead before lunchtime service. Basso, driving a Ford Fiesta RRC, eased off thereafter and came home 35s clear of second-placed Jan Kopecky’s works Skoda.
October 7th, 2012
Britain’s Elfyn Evans says he will use his WRC Academy win as a springboard into the World Rally Championship proper next season. The 23-year-old Welshman’s Rallye de France success on Saturday meant he became the first Briton to win a world rally title since Niall McShea lifted the Production Car WRC in 2004. Evans succeeds Ireland’s Craig Breen as Academy champion.
October 4th, 2012
Super 2000 World Rally Championship driver Craig Breen has admitted he is finding his return to asphalt rallying hard following the Targa Florio accident in which his co-driver Gareth Roberts died.
September 7th, 2012
Craig Breen will return to the Intercontinental Rally Challenge in Sanremo next month, his first series appearance since the death of his co-driver Gareth Roberts in June . Roberts lost his life when he and Breen crashed on the IRC’s Targa Florio round
April 7th, 2012
Juho Hanninen clinched his first victory in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge since Azores in July 2011 after Andreas Mikkelsen made a late mistake on the Circuit of Ireland. The result also made Hanninen only the second ever non-British/Irish victor of the famous event, which was included on the IRC schedule for the first time this year, following in the footsteps of 1979 victor Pentti Airikkala. Hanninen and Mikkelsen had been locked in battle throughout the weekend, regularly swapping the lead
April 6th, 2012
Andreas Mikkelsen holds a narrow lead over Juho Hanninen after the first three stages of the Circuit of Ireland.