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April 28th, 2013
Liam Doran took victory in the Supercar final at the second round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship, held at Montalegre in Portugal. The final took two attempts to start after Petter Solberg made a false start forcing the grid to be regrouped
April 27th, 2013
Petter Solberg sits on top of the qualifying table after day one of the second round of the FIA European Rallycross Championship at Montalegre, Portugal. Fastest in both of the first two heats, the former World Rally star was over 3.5 seconds faster than his next competitor in heat one. The heat-two battle was a closer, with Solberg taking the win by 1.6 seconds.
April 1st, 2013
Timmy Hansen led the standings after the qualifying heats of the opening round of the 2013 European Rallycross Championship at Lydden as Petter Solberg snuck into the semi-finals at the death. Hansen, driving a Citroen DS3 run by his father Kenneth’s Hansen Motorsport squad, followed up his Sunday pace by recording top-two finishes in his final two heats to ease through. American extreme sportsman Tanner Foust, who beat Hansen in the third heat, will join him in semi-final 1 after ending the heats in third overall in his OMSE Ford Fiesta.
March 8th, 2013
Robert Kubica has all the qualities needed to star in rallying, according to 2003 World Rally champion Petter Solberg.
March 5th, 2013
Robert Kubica will be one of the favourites for victory when he starts his first European Rally Championship round in the Canaries later this month according to M-Sport managing director Malcolm Wilson.
February 22nd, 2013
Petter Solberg has confirmed he will contest the full European Rallycross Championship in a Citroen DS3 Supercar run by his own team. The 2003 World Rally champion announced last month that he would focus on rallycross this season, but had initially only committed to the opening round at Lydden Hill as well as the Norwegian and Swedish events
January 31st, 2013
Former World Rally champion Petter Solberg will make a full-time switch to rallycross for 2013, competing in both Europe and America. Solberg will use a Citroen DS3 in both the revamped FIA-sanctioned European RX championship and the American-based Global Rallycross series, plus the X Games.
January 10th, 2013
Petter Solberg will be driving a rally car on the opening weekend of the World Rally Championship – he just won’t be doing it in the French Alps.
December 9th, 2012
Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz has spoken out about the future of the World Rally Championship, saying the time has come to tap into the potential of the series. Red Bull Media House and German firm Sportsman Media are in the process of acquiring the global media and promotional rights to the World Rally Championship on a long-term basis. And, for the first time, Mateschitz has explained some of the reasoning behind Red Bull’s decision to move beyond driver and team sponsorship and get involved in series promotion
December 5th, 2012
Qatar M-Sport World Rally Team principal Malcolm Wilson has admitted he will miss Petter Solberg – a driver he introduced to the highest level of the sport in 1999. Solberg drove for Wilson’s Ford squad in 1999 and 2000 before departing for Subaru. The Norwegian returned to score four podium and 44 fastest stage times in a factory Fiesta RS WRC this year.
December 4th, 2012
Petter Solberg has ruled himself out of next year’s World Rally Championship – which will be the first time the Norwegian hasn’t competed regularly at rallying’s highest level since 1998. Solberg has stated consistently that he would not pay to retain his seat in the Qatar M-Sport World Rally Team in 2013 and has now decided that he will pursue other options in motorsport next year. Solberg said: “I am so grateful and happy for what I have experienced during my 15 years in the WRC.
November 25th, 2012
Former World Rally champion Petter Solberg is ready to drive for free to retain his WRC place next season.
November 15th, 2012
Petter Solberg has no doubt that he is still quick enough to win another World Rally title if he can secure a deal to stay in the series for 2013. The 2003 world champion’s future in the sport is currently in doubt following Ford’s decision to end its factory involvement
November 11th, 2012
Sebastien Loeb ended his final year of full-time World Rally Championship competition by sealing his 76th career victory with a eighth successive Rally of Spain triumph. Loeb was out of sorts in Friday morning’s downpours on the gravel stages , but was making progress up the order even before hitting the asphalt on Saturday. Nearly 40 seconds off the lead in fifth early on, by the rally’s midway point Loeb’s Citroen was leading by 20s.
November 9th, 2012
Rally of Spain leader Mads Ostberg has no expectation of being able to beat Sebastien Loeb to victory in the World Rally Championship season finale, despite starting leg two in Spain with a 27-second cushion over the champion .
November 9th, 2012
Petter Solberg insists he was not to blame for the suspension damage that ended his chances of winning Ford’s final rally as a factory World Rally team.
November 9th, 2012
Mads Ostberg holds a shock Rally of Spain lead after Friday morning downpours shook up the order in the World Rally Championship finale. Increasingly hard rain and saturated stage conditions meant those further down the running order – including all the regular lead combatants – struggled with standing water and aquaplaning. Sixth and seventh on the road, Ostberg and Ott Tanak enjoyed slightly better weather on SS2 in particular, where they surged to the front of the field.
October 22nd, 2012
Mikko Hirvonen believes his Rally Italia victory shows he is ready to lead Citroen’s World Rally Championship assault in 2013. Hirvonen’s first win in Citroen colours came just weeks after his nine-time champion team-mate Sebastien Loeb’s announcement that he would only contest a handful of rallies next year.
October 20th, 2012
Mikko Hirvonen just has to complete Sunday morning’s two stages to secure his maiden victory for Citroen in the World Rally Championship, having maintained a comfortable lead cushion through leg two.
October 20th, 2012
Mikko Hirvonen remains in control of Rally d’Italia as the top three drive conservatively in the wake of Friday’s drama. With Sebastien Loeb, Jari-Matti Latvala, Petter Solberg and Thierry Neuville all crashing on the opening leg, Hirvonen was left with a golden opportunity to take his first World Rally Championship win for Citroen, with a one-minute cushion over M-Sport’s Evgeny Novikov. As Novikov holds a similar margin over his team-mate Ott Tanak, the leading trio all began Saturday focusing on taking it very carefully – although Novikov still managed a stage win.