Hyundai Motorsport has salvaged a top-five finish from an extremely tough Rally Argentina with Dani Sordo taking fifth place overall in the 12-stage event
Citroen’s Kris Meeke finally claimed his maiden WRC victory in Argentina, defeating his teammate Mads Ostberg to become the first Briton to win at this level since his late mentor Colin McRae in 2002.
Petter Solberg clinched the second place spot and Timmy Hansen finished third.
Reigning World RX Champion Petter Solberg is second.
Kris Meeke continues to lead Rally Argentina at lunchtime on Day 2, but Citroen teammate Mads Ostberg has carved into his advantage.
MINI ALL4 Racing takes top two podium places and continues to lead 2015 FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup.
Citroen’s Kris Meeke took control of Rally Argentina as his Volkswagen-mounted rivals fell by the wayside on the opening day.
Citroen’s Kris Meeke survived a puncture to lead Rally Argentina, having capitalized on Sebastien Ogier’s earlier exit, but Jari-Matti Latvala has halved his lead.
The M-Sport World Rally Team duo won the inaugural WRC TV Wheel Change Challenge in Villa Carlos Paz, Argentina.
Belgian co-driver Jurgen Damen has died as a result of the injuries sustained in an incident in the Qatar round of the FIA Cross Country Rally World Cup.
Father's Day weekend event expanded.
A total of 52 cars including 21 Supercars armed with 600 brake horsepower will go head-to-head in Portugal.
Hot on the heels of taking her first Australian Rally Championship heat win, Molly Taylor says her gender doesn’t change her approach to her job.
The Hyundai Motorsport team flies to South America as the 2015 World Rally Championship resumes next week with another running of the classic Rally Argentina