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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.
November 24th, 2012
Robert Kubica’s Rallye du Var lead is up to five minutes heading into the final day of the French event.
November 23rd, 2012
Robert Kubica dominated the opening leg of the Rallye du Var, the highest-profile event he has entered since returning to motorsport. The Pole was quickest on all four Friday stages of the French rally, driving the same Citroen C4 WRC that he used to win in Como last weekend.
June 23rd, 2012
Juho Hanninen became only the second ever Finnish winner of the Ypres Rally with a dominant performance on his return to the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. The 2010 series champion is only contesting a limited IRC schedule this year, but added a second win of the season to his Circuit of Ireland triumph.
June 22nd, 2012
Juho Hanninen holds a 26.8-second lead over seven-time event winner Freddy Loix in the Ypres Rally after Andreas Mikkelsen went off the road on the opening evening. Skoda driver Hanninen has led the event, round six of the 2012 Intercontinental Rally Challenge, from the outset, steadily edging away from Mikkelsen (Skoda UK) through the opening stages. The gap was up to 11s before Mikkelsen slid into a ditch on stage five, dropping a minute and falling to fifth place
January 11th, 2012
Citroen team manager Sven Smeets has departed the French team for Volkswagen, mirroring the move made by driver Sebastien Ogier. Smeets was unavailable for comment on the move, but AUTOSPORT’s sources have confirmed the Belgian will be switching to the Hannover-based VW team in the coming weeks. Smeets, who was a long-time World Rally Championship co-driver for Freddy Loix, joined Citroen in 2006 and became team manager in 2008.
November 5th, 2011
Andreas Mikkelsen remains on course for Cyprus Rally victory and the Intercontinental Rally Challenge title with three stages to go. The Skoda UK driver won this morning’s first two stages, Gialia and Stavros, to take his lead over Nasser Al-Attiyah up to over half a minute
November 4th, 2011
Thierry Neuville leads the Intercontinental Rally Challenge title decider in Cyprus after Andreas Mikkelsen had a spin on SS3. Mikkelsen (Skoda UK) had extended his overnight lead by winning the opening Koilinia stage. But a spin on Salamiou then cost him 16.8 seconds to Neuville and gave the Kronos Peugeot driver an 8.8s advantage
November 4th, 2011
Juho Hanninen’s Intercontinental Rally Challenge title defence has ended after the 2010 champion crashed out of the 2011 decider on the first full-length stage in Cyprus. Hanninen went into the season finale six points behind Skoda team-mate and championship leader Jan Kopecky, having only contested a partial campaign this year while focusing on the S2000 World Rally Championship, which he clinched in Spain last month. The following Thierry Neuville said Hanninen had gone off very early on the Koilinia stage and was too far off the road to rejoin.
November 3rd, 2011
Andreas Mikkelsen set a blistering fastest time as the Intercontinental Rally Challenge’s five-way title shoot-out got underway with the Pafos street stage on Thursday evening in Cyprus. The Skoda UK driver’s 2m48.9s time gave him an overnight lead of 3.1 seconds over reigning champion Juho Hanninen in second.
October 21st, 2011
Coverage of the six-way fight for this year’s Intercontinental Rally Challenge title will be shown live on Eurosport during next month’s Cyprus Rally. Viewers in 120 countries will be able to watch four live stages from the Limassol-based event as Jan Kopecky, Juho Hanninen, Thierry Neuville, Andreas Mikkelsen, Freddy Loix and Bryan Bouffier go head-to-head in a double points finale
September 23rd, 2011
Andreas Mikkelsen holds a narrow early lead on Rally Sanremo following the opening loop of three stages.
September 21st, 2011
The entry list for next month’s Rally of Scotland has been revealed and, as predicted by Autosport , it’s one of the strongest of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge season to date. Monte Carlo Rally winner Bryan Bouffier is seeded at number one, with his fellow Peugeot factory runners Thierry Neuville and Guy Wilks at four and seven respectively.
September 11th, 2011
Jan Kopecky took his second Intercontinental Rally Challenge win in succession in thrilling style – as he fended off Thierry Neuville in the series’ closest ever finish after Andreas Mikkelsen crashed out of the lead two stages from the end in Hungary. Skoda UK driver Mikkelsen had looked assured of victory on the IRC’s inaugural Mecsek Rally as he pulled clear of Kopecky’s works Skoda this morning. But Mikkelsen drove too cautiously on the first stage of the final loop, and then crashed when caught out by a patch of gravel on the penultimate test
September 11th, 2011
Andreas Mikkelsen is pulling away from Jan Kopecky again on the Mecsek Rally halfway through the final day of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge’s debut in Hungary. Kopecky’s domination of the second half of leg one brought Mikkelsen’s lead down to eight seconds, but the Skoda UK driver fought back against his factory rival this morning. Mikkelsen kicked off by winning the Zobak stage, with Kopecky only third and 6.9s slower
September 10th, 2011
Andreas Mikkelsen’s Mecsek Rally lead is down to just eight seconds over Jan Kopecky after the Czech driver launched a determined attack through Saturday’s final three stages. The second run through Alsomocsolad – which should have happened later tonight – was cancelled due to the spectator issues seen there in the morning, meaning the leg concluded with SS7. Works Skoda driver Kopecky was quickest on all three stages that did take place, allowing him to reduce Mikkelsen’s lead from 14 seconds at the midday service to 8.7s overnight
September 10th, 2011
Andreas Mikkelsen has opened up an early lead on the Mecsek Rally, the Intercontinental Rally Challenge’s first visit to Hungary. Three fastest times from the opening four stages have given Skoda UK’s Mikkelsen a 14-second lead over the field, with the Norwegian declaring himself thrilled with his car’s performance. “The engineers and the mechanics of the team are doing an amazing job,” said Mikkelsen
August 28th, 2011
Jan Kopecky’s Rally Zlin lead has been slashed to just a second over Freddy Loix with three stages to go after the works Skoda man lost time with power steering problems this morning. Kopecky had to carry out a makeshift repair after today’s first stage and was at least able to maintain enough pace to cling on ahead of last year’s Zlin winner Loix’s BFO Skoda. Juho Hanninen has also gained on his rally-leading team-mate, though he is 10.2s adrift in third
August 27th, 2011
Skoda’s Jan Kopecky is in the lead midway through the first full day of his and his team’s home round of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, the Rally Zlin. Andreas Mikkelsen had briefly led for Skoda UK early on Saturday morning before Kopecky moved in front. After five stages, the Czech driver holds a 5.8-second lead over Mikkelsen.
June 25th, 2011
Freddy Loix won the Ypres Rally for the seventh time in his career with a dominant performance on his home round of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge. The Belgian veteran was barely threatened throughout the two-day event, pulling clear of early rival Guy Wilks with a string of stage wins on Friday, and ultimately winning by over one and a half minutes as problems hit all the other main contenders. The result put Loix into the IRC championship lead, with pre-rally points leader Juho Hanninen not entered for this event.