THE COLD TEMPERATURES OF RALLY SWEDEN WILL GIVE THE NEW HYBRID BATTERIES THEIR BIGGEST TEST YET Previously published on Dirtfish.com: https://dirtfish.com/rally/wrc/how-will-wrc-hybrids-handle-swedens-cold/ Compact Dynamics was able to breathe a sigh of relief after the Monte Carlo Rally. Rally1 cars had made their debuts and there hadn’t been a single hybrid failure that had forced any of
The FIA World Rally Championship will undergo significant environmental changes in 2022 when a portfolio of new technical regulations lead the series into a more sustainable future. New plug-in hybrid-powered Rally1 competition cars, 100 per cent fossil-free fuel, sustainable energy supplies and safer spaceframe chassis are part of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and
Neuville snatches dramatic victory from Evans at Tour de Corse Thierry Neuville grabbed a dramatic victory at Corsica linea – Tour de Corse on Sunday afternoon after final stage heartbreak for Elfyn Evans. Neuville was en route to the podium ceremony in Calvi believing he had finished second when he discovered leader Evans had punctured a tyre
A quick look at Saturday’s exciting action from Corsical
The Belgian snatched lead after dramatic finale to the longest day of the season. Neuville heads into Sunday’s closing leg with a 4.5sec advantage after charging ahead of leader Elfyn Evans in the marathon 47km Castagniccia speed test which ended the day. Evans started the test with an 11.5sec advantage in his Ford Fiesta after his frantic tussle
Here’s a quick look at Friday’s action from the FIA World Rally Championship!
The Brit’s Corsica linea lead marred by controversial end to opening leg He started the final speed test leading Ott Tänak by 4.5sec in his Ford Fiesta, but was inadvertently delayed after catching a limping Kris Meeke near the end. Evans finished nearly 11sec slower than Tänak, provisionally plunging to third and promoting the Toyota
Frenchman aims to maintain the Citroën transformation at the Tour de Corse. Sébastien Ogier carries an air of confidence into this week’s Corsica linea – Tour de Corse (28 – 31 March) as he aims to maintain Citroën’s remarkable WRC transformation at one of his happy hunting grounds. The Frenchman was peerless on the tricky
As the competitors, including Canadians Ian Crerar and Pat Levesque in the ClearWater Design RGT 911, prepare for this week’s Tour de Corse, here’s a quick preview of what to expect.
The often overlooked support category WRC2 for the R5 cars is often overlooked, but had some great action…