Monte-Carlo escape for Ogier

Lucky Frenchman keeps Tänak and Sordo at bay during WRC season opener. Rallye Monte-Carlo master Sébastien Ogier escaped an uncharacteristic second error to remain on target for a fifth consecutive WRC win on Friday night. He spun his Ford Fiesta into a ditch on Friday’s penultimate speed test and watched his lead of almost 40sec dwindle as

Ogier overcomes early scare

Red Bull Content Pool World champion Sébastien Ogier recovered from a spin on the opening stage at Rallye Monte-Carlo on Thursday night to secure a handy 17.3sec lead heading into day two. A number of his rivals weren’t quite so lucky as patches of black ice and snow shook up the early leaderboard. The Frenchman, who was

Ogier’s Title Defence Starts at Home

Red Bull Content Pool Sébastien Ogier will begin his push for a sixth consecutive FIA World Rally Championship title on home ground tomorrow (Thursday) at Rallye Monte-Carlo [25-28 January]. The iconic winter asphalt rally is the first of 13 events on the 2018 calendar and has special significance for Ogier, who was born near the host

Ogier’s New M-Sport Livery Revealed.

By Red Bull Media The FIA World Rally Championship in 2018 looks set to be the best yet after the thrilling launch at Europe’s biggest pre-season motorsport show in the UK. All the high-profile drivers including Sébastien Ogier and Thierry Neuville, team principals and cars lined up at the NEC Birmingham to greet the world’s press and rally

Ogier returns to M-Sport

M-Sport driver silences retirement rumours to return alongside Evans. Sébastien Ogier will defend his FIA World Rally Championship title in 2018 after M-Sport confirmed the Frenchman and co-driver Julien Ingrassia will be suiting up for them again. The 33-year-old made it five WRC championships in a row this year after seeing off fierce rivals Thierry