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December 2nd, 2012
Super 2000 World Rally champion and former WRC Academy title-winner Craig Breen has tipped Robert Kubica for the top in rallying, having competed against the Polish Formula 1 star on the Rallye du Var last week. Citroen driver Kubica retired from the lead on the event, while Breen finished third in a Peugeot 207 S2000. Breen’s hopes of winning once Kubica had gone off the road were ruined by two punctures for the Irishman, but he admitted he had been hugely impressed with Kubica.
November 25th, 2012
Citroen team principal Yves Matton praised Robert Kubica’s rally-leading pace on the Rallye du Var this weekend. The Polish driver crashed out of the event on the penultimate test after opening a five-minute advantage .
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 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 15th, 2012
Robert Kubica says he is not getting ahead of himself when it comes to a top-level competition return ahead of his first outing in a Citroen World Rally Car. The Pole will drive a title-winning Citroen C4 on two national events this month, including this weekend’s Rally di Como
October 5th, 2012
Jari-Matti Latvala declared day one of the Rallye de France his best ever performance on asphalt in the World Rally Championship. The Ford driver sits 13.1 seconds behind Sebastien Loeb after 91 miles of competition through the Alsatian lanes
September 28th, 2012
Rally GB will move back to its traditional season-finale slot in the 2013 World Rally Championship calendar, which was ratified by the FIA World Motor Sport Council on Friday. As revealed by AUTOSPORT earlier this month , next year’s WRC will not feature any new events in its 13-round line-up
February 29th, 2012
The organisers of the ADAC Rallye Deutschland will make significant changes to the Trier-based event as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its arrival in the World Rally Championship. With the exception of the Circus Maximus stage around the streets of Trier, every stage has been altered for the August 23-26 event.
January 11th, 2012
The World Rally Championship’s expert timing firm Stage One Technology will not be in Monte Carlo for next week’s season-opener after it was unable to find agreement with the administrators of North One Sports. After working for two days to try and ensure continuity in the timing and tracking systems used in the WRC, Stage One Technology managing director Simon de Banke has this evening confirmed to AUTOSPORT that he and his firm will not be going to the Monte Carlo Rally.
October 2nd, 2011
Citroen made a mistake when building Sebastien Loeb’s engine for the Rallye de France, which ultimately led to his retirement and could cost him an eighth consecutive title. That is the uncompromising verdict of team principal Olivier Quesnel, who said the team had made a rare mistake in their preparation
October 2nd, 2011
Ford driver Mikko Hirvonen has been promoted to an unexpected joint lead of the World Rally Championship, following the exclusion of Petter Solberg from third place of the Rallye de France-Alsace. The Norwegian’s privately-run Citroen DS3 R3 was weighed on three occasions after the final stage of the rally in Haguenau and was found to be four kilograms under the minimum weight of 1200 kilograms
October 1st, 2011
Ford has admitted that it will be using team orders to put Mikko Hirvonen ahead of Jari-Matti Latvala at the end of the Rallye de France Alsace and ensure a grandstand finish to this year’s World Rally Championship. With seven-time world champion Sebastien Loeb retiring as a result of engine problems on day one of the event, Hirvonen has his best chance yet of winning an inaugural world title.
September 23rd, 2011
Sebastien Ogier has admitted he is at the Citroen team’s disposal if it wants to apply team orders in its bid for a home win on next week’s Rally de France-Alsace next week. After refusing to talk about the team’s tactical approach to Rally Australia earlier this month, Ogier admitted in a statement from Citroen that he is ready to do what is necessary to help the team win a seventh manufacturers’ title in nine years. “I’m at the team’s service to help it win more titles,” he said.
September 19th, 2011
Juho Hanninen’s chances of retaining his Intercontinental Rally Challenge title now look remote after Skoda opted not to enter him for this weekend’s Sanremo Rally. Although Skoda announced at the start of the year that Hanninen would not defend his IRC title and would instead focus on the World Rally Championship’s S2000 class, he has still been entered for five IRC events so far and won the Canarias, Yalta and Azores rallies
January 10th, 2011
Kimi Raikkonen will return to the World Rally Championship this year after his entry for the season-opening Rally Sweden was lodged on Tuesday. As AUTOSPORT revealed last month , Raikkonen has agreed terms to compete in a Citroen DS3 WRC for 2011 – although the deal has not yet been officially confirmed. While the lack of an official announcement has prompted speculation about his future, Raikkonen’s plans were made clearer on Tuesday when his entry in a Citroen was submitted ahead of the final deadline
December 23rd, 2010
Kimi Raikkonen is on the verge of committing his future to Citroen in the World Rally Championship, AUTOSPORT has learned, with an announcement expected within the next few weeks. The former Formula 1 world champion has been the subject of intense speculation over recent months – with the Finn having been linked with a return to grand prix racing or a switch to Ford in the WRC at various points over the year. However, his interest in Renault cooled when he got annoyed that details of his contact were leaked to the press as the Enstone-based team held back on deciding what to do with Vitaly Petrov
October 4th, 2010
Citroen managing director Frederic Banzet has paid tribute to his racing department in the wake of Sebastien Loeb’s seventh consecutive World Rally Championship title, sealed yesterday in Strasbourg. Citroen’s leader was present on the Rallye de France for the duration of the rally – as was Guy Frequelin, the man who first signed Loeb to the French marque
September 19th, 2010
Red Bull driver Kimi Raikkonen has won his first ever rally – the Rallye Vosgien which started and finished yesterday. The Finn was driving his usual Citroen C4 WRC and was unbeaten on all six stages on the national-level French event, which ran in the Strasbourg area close to where the next round of the World Rally Championship, the Rally of France, will be based