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February 11th, 2013
Sebastien Ogier believes Volkswagen’s Polo WRC already ranks among the cars he has ever driven on Rally Sweden. The Frenchman, who spent three years with Citroen before joining VW at the end of 2011, dominated the second event of the 2013 championship.
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
January 21st, 2013
Monte Carlo Rally winner Sebastien Loeb says he has no regrets over his decision to retire from the World Rally Championship despite starting his part-time season with a victory.
January 17th, 2013
Sebastien Loeb’s Monte Carlo Rally lead grew to 1m35s on Thursday afternoon as main rival Sebastien Ogier insisted he was happy to let the Citroen win. With Loeb only contesting four rounds this year, Volkswagen driver Ogier is adamant that he “doesn’t care” if his compatriot beats him provided his full-season rivals are behind. Ogier is achieving his goal comfortably at present, with a 1m03s cushion over Dani Sordo’s third-place Citroen.
May 5th, 2012
Andreas Mikkelsen has admitted his performance against Volkswagen Motorsport team-mate Sebastien Ogier on last week’s Rally Argentina exceeded his own expectations.
April 26th, 2012
Rally of Portugal winner Mads Ostberg says he was boosted by his maiden World Rally Championship win.
February 11th, 2012
DMACK will remain in Scandinavia next week to further develop its snow tyre ahead of next year’s Rally Sweden after a troubled outing in Karlstad this week. The Chinese firm was running its rubber on a World Rally Car in the snow for the first time, with leading Finnish driver Jari Ketomaa using DMACKs on his Ford Fiesta RS WRC
February 9th, 2012
Ford driver Jari-Matti Latvala talked to AUTOSPORT about winning the World Rally Championship’s first ever qualifying stage in Sweden this morning. Q
February 3rd, 2012
Citroen driver Mikko Hirvonen says the French firm’s DS3 WRC is strong enough to end his former team Ford’s stronghold on next week’s Rally Sweden. Hirvonen has won the last two Karlstad-based events in a Ford and you have to go back to Petter Solberg’s Subaru success in 2005 for the last time it wasn’t one of the British-built World Rally Cars on the top step of the podium. Having switched his allegiance to Citroen over the closed season however, Hirvonen says he is ready to ruin the record he helped build
February 3rd, 2012
Eight-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Loeb has praised Mikko Hirvonen’s input into Citroen’s pre-Rally Sweden testing, with the Frenchman feeling a new confidence aboard his DS3 WRC. While Loeb has won two winter rallies in his career, he admits that Finn Hirvonen’s experience of the snow and ice conditions on next week’s have helped him prepare for the second round of the World Rally Championship.
February 1st, 2012
Ferrari is likely to be forced to cancel a planned shakedown of its new car at Fiorano later this week because of snow at Maranello.
January 24th, 2012
Ford driver Jari-Matti Latvala says he has put his Monte Carlo Rally shunt behind already, with his focus now firmly fixed on next month’s Rally Sweden. Latvala crashed out of the lead of last week’s Monte Carlo Rally and was the big loser from the WRC opener, picking up no points because of the event organiser’s decision not to run the re-entry regulations known as Rally 2. He has vowed to move on, however, and focus entirely on the next event in Sweden
January 18th, 2012
Ford team principal Malcolm Wilson says the heavy snow forecast for the French Alps means the Monte Carlo Rally remains wide open. Five-time Monte winner Sebastien Loeb holds a one-minute lead for Citroen at the top of the timesheets tonight, but wintry weather is expected to arrive on the stages tomorrow and those conditions make tyre choices even more critical
February 13th, 2011
Mikko Hirvonen held off Mads Ostberg to win the first event of the World Rally Championship’s new era by just six seconds after three thrilling days in Sweden, as Fords filled the podium. The 2011 season-opener will be remembered equally for the spectacularly close competition offered by the latest generation World Rally Cars – with just 15s covering Hirvonen, Ostberg, Petter Solberg, Jari-Matti Latvala and Sebastien Ogier starting the final day – and the emergence of Ostberg as a potential winner. In his first event in a competitive car, the former Subaru privateer opened up a half-minute lead on his first day with Stobart Ford, making the most of running 10th on the road.
February 12th, 2011
World champion Sebastian Vettel hopes Robert Kubica will continue to go rallying as a sideline once he is fit enough to return to Formula 1 – despite the Pole suffering severe injuries in a rally crash last weekend. Kubica required lengthy surgery to save his right hand and also sustained multiple fractures in his right arm and leg when an accident in a rally in Italy last Sunday left his Skoda Fabia impaled on a crash barrier. Vettel said he was pleased that the news about Kubica’s recovery had been encouraging so far
February 11th, 2011
Citroen driver Sebastien Loeb says this morning’s snowy conditions on Rally Sweden have left any early comparisons between the new Citroen and Ford World Rally Cars unreliable. Ford remains unbeaten on all four stages of the Karlstad-based event so far, with the DS3 WRC yet to win a stage at the highest level
January 24th, 2011
The Monte Carlo Rally could not have better illustrated motorsport’s capacity to surprise and delight – and shock and disappoint.
January 24th, 2011
Ford has reversed plans to give the new Fiesta RS WRC its competition debut on the Arctic Lapland Rally after Jari-Matti Latvala crashed the car heavily during testing in Sweden last weekend.
January 23rd, 2011
Petter Solberg says he would be in a much better position to fight for victory if he returned to an Intercontinental Rally Challenge round with Peugeot. Solberg was forced to retire from the Monte Carlo Rally after his 207 S2000 was halted by an alternator failure after the final stage on the IRC opener. The 2003 World Rally champion has now been linked to an entry on the Tour de Corse, IRC round three in May.
January 22nd, 2011
Guy Wilks made a successful debut with Peugeot UK by taking third place on the Monte Carlo Rally – but only after Peugeot arranged for Stephane Sarrazin to take a time penalty to drop behind him. After the finish, Wilks talked to AUTOSPORT about his week and the eleventh-hour controversy.