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March 14th, 2013
World Rally Championship front-runner Mads Ostberg is lining up a world record attempt for the longest jump attempted in a car.
March 13th, 2013
Rally Mexico winner Sebastien Ogier says Citroen’s performance last week highlights how much the champion team is missing Sebastien Loeb. Loeb will only contest four rounds of this year’s series – and last week’s Leon- based event was the first event the nine-time champion missed
March 10th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier’s Rally Mexico lead increased to three and a half minutes before Sunday’s action started as he was given time back by the rally organisers to compensate for Saturday’s gate incident. The Volkswagen driver had to come to a halt on the Otates stage to open a gate that had been closed in his path after the other cars had come through
March 9th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier brought his lead over Mads Ostberg up to 33 seconds as he won the two superspecials that closed Friday’s Rally Mexico action.
March 8th, 2013
Volkswagen will be monitoring the suspension components on Rally Mexico leader Sebastien Ogier’s car following the retirement of Jari-Matti Latvala’s sister Polo R WRC on Friday morning . Latvala retired on just the third gravel corner of the rally after hitting a stone on the Cubilete test.
March 4th, 2013
When Robert Kubica signed up to contest the Ronde di Andora in February 2011, the organisers of the event must have been delighted with all the potential publicity of having a former grand prix winner on the entry list. Then his Skoda Fabia S2000 drifted wide on a slippery right-hander, hit the wall and the barrier. The Ronde di Andora got its 15 minutes of fame and Formula 1 has since been deprived the kind of talent which would almost certainly have been a force for the world championship by now
February 20th, 2013
Robert Kubica will not join the DTM this season after Mercedes announced a six-car 2013 line-up with European Formula 3 champion Daniel Juncadella in the vacant slot that could have gone to the Pole. Kubica had tested for Mercedes earlier this month and had been linked to a DTM race seat, although a date clash with Rally Poland – a key event in his mooted European Rally Championship programme – had been an issue. Mercedes has slimmed down its DTM programme to six cars for 2013.
February 12th, 2013
The Croatian round of the European Rally Championship will move from June to September, in a change that also alters Rally Poland’s date. The Croatia Rally had originally been scheduled for June 6-8, but requested a transfer to the last weekend of September so it could coincide with an FIA World Motor Sport Council meeting in the country. To make room, Rally Poland moves forward a fortnight to September 13-15.
February 11th, 2013
Jarkko Nikara will be back in the World Rally Championship when he competes with a Prodrive-built Mini John Cooper Works WRC in Rally Portugal. The Finn took part in Rally Sweden last weekend, but endured a difficult event and crashed out early on after hitting problems before qualifying. He rejoined the rally under Rally 2 rules, but finished down in 25th position, nearly one hour behind winner Sebastien Ogier
February 8th, 2013
Volkswagen’s Sebastien Ogier extended his Rally Sweden lead to 32 seconds over his former Citroen team-mate Sebastien Loeb by winning all three stages on the event’s second loop.
February 8th, 2013
Mikko Hirvonen will focus his Rally Sweden attentions on the power stage now as he tries to salvage three points from the second round of the World Rally Championship. The Citroen star rolled his DS3 WRC on the first stage of Friday morning , dropping 15 minutes on the stage and a further 10 minutes on the next two. “We dropped time in the next stages because the air intake became frozen with snow and the engine went to safe mode,” said Hirvonen.
February 7th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier continued Volkswagen’s impressive start to its debut season with the Polo R WRC as he set the Rally Sweden qualifying pace. Running on snow for the first time, the Frenchman’s Polo was quickest through the 2.4-mile stage by 0.9 seconds on the outskirts of Hagfors
February 7th, 2013
Volkswagen driver Jari-Matti Latvala says this week’s Rally Sweden will provide the Polo R WRC with its first real test competitive engine test. The team made a sensational debut on last month’s Monte Carlo Rally , when Sebastien Ogier placed the Polo second overall, but Latvala reckons the super-fast Swedish stages will really test the motor
February 2nd, 2013
Mikko Hirvonen is confident he can get his 2013 World Rally title challenge underway properly by winning Rally Sweden next week. Citroen’s Finn was expected to lead the team’s championship assault this year now that erstwhile number one Sebastien Loeb was in semi-retirement
January 18th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb continued to stretch his Monte Carlo Rally lead on Friday afternoon, while battles behind him closed up.
January 18th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb had time to enjoy the scenery as he maintained his Monte Carlo Rally advantage on Friday morning. The world champion took a cautious approach to the snowy St Jean en Royans stage, which he described as “the most beautiful of the rally”, and was still fastest by 1.5 seconds over Sebastien Ogier.
January 17th, 2013
Qatar M-Sport driver Evgeny Novikov has promised there is more speed to come from his Ford, following his stunning morning on day two of the Monte Carlo Rally.
January 16th, 2013
World Rally Championship manufacturers have reacted angrily to the timing and tracking issues that caused major confusion on day one of the Monte Carlo season-opener. Spanish firm Sistemas Integrales de Telecomunicacion (SIT) replaced the WRC’s long-standing timing and tracking provider Stage One Technology for this year, but immediately hit problems.
January 16th, 2013
The Monte Carlo Rally running order is a mystery at the end of day one of the World Rally Championship season-opener with a timing problem leaving teams and fans in the dark. Sistemas Integrales de Telecomunicacion (SIT) took over from Stage One Technology as the WRC’s timing and tracking supplier for 2013. An issue with communication on stage three meant a slew of unreliable times as the official system registered gaps of several minutes between lead cars.
January 15th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb says he is thrilled that his final Monte Carlo Rally looks set to be the first heavily snow-affected Monte of his career. The Frenchman, who is the most successful driver in the history of the French Alpine classic with six wins from nine starts, admitted to a strange feeling at the start of what will be his last ever season in the WRC