Sébastien Ogier vaulted from fifth to lead Rally Guanajuato Mexico after a dramatic second leg on Saturday. He avoided trouble while his rivals faltered in intense heat on dirt roads and after starting more than half a minute off the lead this morning, the Frenchman will carry a 35.9sec advantage into Sunday’s finale. Ogier strung
Nine-time WRC champion Sébastien Loeb staged a remarkable return to end Friday’s opening leg of Rally Guanajuato Mexico just seconds behind leader Dani Sordo. The 44-year-old Frenchman, driving his first WRC rally for more than three years and his first dirt road round since May 2013, turned back the clock to win two speed tests
Here is a quick teaser of the sights and sounds of this weekend’s Rally Mexico!
Here is a look at what you can expect from Rally Mexico!
Nine-time champion reveals reasons behind 2018 cameos. Sébastien Loeb won the FIA World Rally Championship an astonishing nine times before he switched to compete in the Dakar Rally and FIA World Rallycross. The Frenchman is back competing in WRC this season with Mexico, Corsica and Spain in his sights. Here is what Seb had to
Here’s a quick look at what happened in the WRC The WRC2 Action, in R5 cars, is definitely worth checking out. The next stop for WRC2 is Rally Guanajuato México Some great battles were seen in the Junior WRC
Belgian becomes only third non-Nordic driver to win WRC’s only pure winter rally. Ice-cool Thierry Neuville kept calm in the heat of a furious fight to win Rally Sweden on Sunday afternoon and take the lead of the FIA World Rally Championship. The Belgian became only the third non-Nordic driver to win the calendar’s solitary pure winter
Belgian poised for first 2018 WRC victory with Breen and Mikkelsen behind. Thierry Neuville finally broke clear of the chasing pack on Saturday to move within touching distance of becoming only the third non-Nordic driver to win Rally Sweden. The Belgian soaked up intense pressure for almost two days to protect a lead that never rose
Belgian takes control from team-mates Mikkelsen and Paddon with Ogier adrift. Thierry Neuville headed a clean sweep of the top three places for Hyundai at Rally Sweden following Friday’s first full day. The Belgian fended off Andreas Mikkelsen by 4.9sec after a tough day on snow and ice-covered roads in the forests of Sweden and Norway. Hayden Paddon surged up