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May 17th, 2013
Jan Kopecky became the Tour of Corsica’s fourth leader in six stages as he overhauled Bryan Bouffier to end day one on top. Bouffier had emerged in the lead after Craig Breen’s mistake and Robert Kubica’s mechanical problems .
May 17th, 2013
Robert Kubica has lost the Tour of Corsica lead after running into mechanical trouble on stage five and having to retire. Kubica had taken the lead only one stage before , when the previously dominant Craig Breen clipped a bank and suffered tyre damage. That meant the ex-Formula 1 driver went onto the Barchetta stage seven seconds ahead of nearest rivals Bryan Bouffier and Jan Kopecky.
May 17th, 2013
Robert Kubica leads the Tour of Corsica after a mistake from Craig Breen eradicated the Peugeot driver’s comfortable advantage. Breen had stretched his advantage to 26 seconds by claiming a third straight stage win as the event resumed after service on Barchetta on Friday afternoon. But on the following Taverna stage, Breen ran wide and hit a bank, sustaining a puncture.
March 14th, 2013
Robert Kubica will contest four rounds of the European Rally Championship in 2013 including his home event, Rally Poland. Kubica announced his programme at a press conference in Warsaw on Thursday afternoon, when his partnership with oil company and principal sponsor Lotos was also confirmed. The 2008 Canadian Grand Prix winner, who is embarking on a switch to rallying after serious injury halted his Formula 1 career, will drive a Citroen DS3 Regional Rally Car (RRC) alongside co-driver and fellow Pole Maciek Baran
October 11th, 2012
Eurosport has put together a 12-round European Rally Championship calendar for the first year of it’s decade-long deal to promote the series.
May 12th, 2012
Pastor Maldonado will start from pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton was excluded from qualifying for not returning to the pits after setting his best lap. Hamilton’s McLaren was found to not have had enough fuel on board to comply with the rules that demand a car returns to the pits under its own power after qualifying with enough petrol for a one-litre sample to be provided to the FIA. Only under circumstances of ‘force majeure’ are drivers allowed to stop on that slowing down lap – and stopping deliberately because there is not enough fuel to finish the tour and supply that sample is not acceptable.
May 10th, 2012
Dani Sordo will be allowed to score points on his Intercontinental Rally Challenge debut on the Tour de Corse this weekend. The Spanish WRC regular is driving an SMG Motorsport-run Mini S2000 on the Island event and was not initially a nominated point-scoring driver. However, as Mini has declared its intention to the IRC to register as an official manufacturer in the near future, the series promoter has granted the Spaniard and his co-driver Carlos del Barrio to allow the pair to score points in the drivers’ and co-drivers’ championships.
May 10th, 2012
Defending Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion Andreas Mikkelsen hopes to break his asphalt rally duck on this week’s Tour de Corse.
May 3rd, 2012
Marty McCormack will replace the injured Patrik Flodin in Petter Solberg’s Intercontinental Rally Challenge team for the Tour de Corse later this month, Solberg has confirmed to AUTOSPORT.
May 2nd, 2012
Patrik Flodin has broken his collarbone and will not contest the Tour de Corse with the Petter Solberg Engineering team. The 27-year-old Swede had been expected to make his debut in a Ford Fiesta S2000 on the next round of the IRC, but he will be replaced for the French Island event.
April 12th, 2012
Prodrive’s World Rally Championship driver Dani Sordo will contest the Intercontinental Rally Challenge’s next round, the Tour de Corse. Sordo will drive an SMG Motorsport Mini Cooper SPC and will have engineering support from Prodrive. A small air restrictor, rear wing and brakes are among the differences between the car and its WRC counterpart.
April 10th, 2012
Organisers of the Tour de Corse have pledged that the event will take another step closer to its classic format when it runs as round four of the 2012 Intercontinental Rally Challenge on 9-12 May. Christian Leca, the President of Tour de Corse organising body ASACC, promised that this year’s rally would be “a genuine, old-fashioned tour of Corsica.” In its final years as France’s round of the World Rally Championship, before that moved to Alsace on the mainland two years ago, the Tour de Corse had run on a compact route around the island’s capital of Ajaccio
December 19th, 2011
Citroen will bring Intercontinental Rally Challenge stand-out Thierry Neuville into the World Rally Championship next season. The 22-year-old Belgian will drive a Citroen Racing Technologies-prepared DS3 WRC in at least nine rounds of the 2012 WRC, alongside regular co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul. Neuville is confirmed for every round except New Zealand and Italy, with his presence in France and Spain provisional depending on how the first half of the season progresses.
December 12th, 2011
MotoGP front-runner Andrea Dovizioso made a stunning World Rally Car debut in the Bettega Memorial Rallysprint in Bologna, finishing a close second after pushing 2003 WRC champion Petter Solberg all the way in the final. The Italian, who will ride for Tech 3 Yamaha in 2012, had competed at the Monza Rally Show in a Peugeot 207 S2000 at the end of November, but for Bettega was handed control of the official Ford Fiesta RS run by M-Sport in this year’s WRC. After finishing fourth in the Memorial Night Sprint, Dovizioso out-did established world rally stars including Jari-Matti Latvala and Kris Meeke by reaching the final, where he came up against Solberg.
October 27th, 2011
Former world champion Jackie Stewart says the New Jersey Grand Prix is ‘great’ for Formula 1, and reckons the sport needs more races in America. But the Scot admitted he was ‘confused’ by the situation in Austin, which is scheduled to host the United States Grand Prix on a new circuit next year. “I think it [New Jersey GP] is great, but I am a little bit confused, there seems to be a sudden silence about Austin,” said Stewart in India on Thursday
September 23rd, 2011
Jean Alesi announced today that he would, as predicted by AUTOSPORT magazine earlier this year, enter the 2012 Indianapolis 500. Present at the Singapore Grand Prix as part of his role with Group Lotus – which is backing his Indy bid, Alesi explained why he had chosen to return to top level single-seaters after a decade away. AUTOSPORT was there to hear his thoughts.
June 8th, 2011
Eight-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Tom Kristensen has praised the FIA and the Automobile Club de ‘Ouest’s creation of the new FIA World Endurance Championship, which will begin in 2012.
May 16th, 2011
Drivers from the two leading European-based Touring Car championships are making waves in the Castrol EDGE Rankings this week, with World Touring Car Championship leader Rob Huff and DTM race winner Mike Rockenfeller both on the move. Huff’s weekend of domination at Monza, where he recorded two wins from pole position in his works Chevrolet Cruze, promotes him six places in the Rankings to 54th. He moves ahead of DTM ace Timo Scheider, NASCAR man David Reutimann, Formula 1 racer Jaime Alguersuari, IndyCar poster girl Danica Patrick and Grand-Am top dogs Scott Pruett and Memo Rojas, who suffered a rare defeat this weekend at Virginia International Raceway
May 14th, 2011
Peugeot Belgium driver Thierry Neuville extended his lead of the Tour de Corse with two more fastest stage times, as he came even closer to becoming the youngest-ever winner of an IRC round. Neuville struggled with suspension settings that were not to his liking in the morning, but made the car stiffer during service at lunchtime and found that his 207 was much easier to drive in the afternoon.
May 13th, 2011
Thierry Neuville will start the final day of the Tour de Corse with a 23.4-second lead after a commanding Friday afternoon performance. Though the opening stage of the latest loop of three had to be abandoned following Ari Vatanen’s accident in the course car, once the action resumed with the delayed SS7, Neuville stamped his authority with a pair of stage wins.