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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 10th, 2013
The fruits of the European Rally Championship’s revamp will really be seen in 2014, says organiser Francois Ribeiro, who predicts that next year will be the greatest in the series’ 60-year history. Ribeiro believes the onset of R5 category cars allied to the already strong base of Super 2000 and Regional Rally Car machinery will transform the ERC into a hotbed of competition
April 4th, 2013
World Rally Championship leader Sebastien Ogier has withdrawn from this weekend’s Fafe Rallysprint due to illness. The Fafe event is the traditional non-championship curtain raiser to the Portuguese WRC round, which takes place later this month. Ogier said he wanted to rest to ensure he was fully fit for the main event.
March 22nd, 2013
Robert Kubica completed a perfect first day of European Rally Championship competition by winning all eight day one stages in the Canaries. The Citroen driver is now 1m06.7s ahead of Skoda’s Jan Kopecky.
February 14th, 2013
M-Sport boss Malcolm Wilson said Pontus Tidemand’s performance on his World Rally Car debut in Sweden last weekend came as a total surprise. The 22-year-old Swede made the big step up from the WRC Academy, where he finished third in 2012, to drive a privately-entered top-class Ford for his home rally .
January 16th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb moved past Sebastien Ogier to take the lead of the Monte Carlo Rally at the end of the opening loop. Ogier had announced the new Volkswagen’s potential in emphatic fashion by setting the pace on the World Rally season’s first stage , Le Moulinon to Antraigues. But Loeb restored the usual order by going quickest on Burzet to St Martial, beating Ogier by 10 seconds.
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 31st, 2012
Francois Delecour is set to contest 10 rounds of the European Rally Championship in 2013 starting with this weekend’s Janner Rally in Austria. Delecour, a winner of four world championship rallies and the 1993 WRC runner-up, will drive a Peugeot 207 Super 2000 for Kronos Racing with backing from several companies in Romania
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
December 18th, 2012
Robert Kubica will not contest the revamped European Rally Championship opener in Austria next month, despite recent speculation. AUTOSPORT revealed last week that Kubica was on the verge of committing to a full-time rallying campaign for 2013 with M-Sport understood to be adapting a Ford Fiesta Regional Rally Car for him. FIA sources confirmed to AUTOSPORT that a waiver had been granted to develop an adapted gearshift system suitable for his injured right arm, as the Pole is still recovering from his horrendous accident at the start of 2011
December 8th, 2012
Volkswagen has officially confirmed that Andreas Mikkelsen will drive a third Polo World Rally Car from round four of the 2013 WRC in Portugal. The Norwegian’s deal had long been anticipated, but was only formally announced at the VW WRC launch in Monaco on Saturday.
December 1st, 2012
Juho Hanninen is expected to tackle the first two rounds of next year’s World Rally Championship in an M-Sport Ford Fiesta RS WRC after being released from his Skoda contract. The 31-year-old Finn, who won the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, Super 2000 WRC and European Rally Championship in a Fabia S2000 between 2010 and ’12, was confirmed as a free agent by Skoda on Friday. He will be replaced in the Czech Republic team by rising star Esapekka Lappi, who will tackle WRC-2 (the new name for SWRC) next year.
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.
November 19th, 2012
Robert Kubica hopes his maiden victory in a World Rally Car in Italy last weekend will lead to even greater success with the Citroen C4. Kubica finished the 11-stage Como event half a minute clear of Felice Re’s similar car, despite having to complete the rally with only rear brakes after a minor accident. The Pole is making a tentative motorsport return in rallying , nearly two years on from suffering horrific injuries in a crash in Italy
November 5th, 2012
Double Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion Andreas Mikkelsen believes he has now done enough to earn the third works Volkswagen seat in next year’s World Rally Championship.
November 4th, 2012
Nasser Al-Attiyah claimed victory in the final Intercontinental Rally Challenge event as champion Andreas Mikkelsen’s gallant Cyprus Rally charge came unstuck. Mikkelsen had lost two minutes with a puncture and suspension damage on Saturday morning, but still did not give up on victory. The Skoda UK driver reduced Al-Attiyah’s lead to 1m30s by the end of leg one, despite a second puncture, and then relaunched his chase on Sunday morning
November 3rd, 2012
Nasser Al-Attiyah leads by 90 seconds at the midway point of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge’s farewell event in Cyprus.
November 2nd, 2012
Andreas Mikkelsen kicked off the weekend that will see him officially crowned as the final Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion by setting the pace on stage one in Cyprus. With Skoda opting not to enter Juho Hanninen and Jan Kopecky for the season finale, reigning champion Mikkelsen’s points lead is unassailable. The Norwegian was quickest by 4.4 seconds on the Pafos street stage that kicked off the last rally in IRC history