XEVI PONS WITHDRAWS THE WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP
Due to the absence of chances of having a team with guarantees.
The youngster spanish driver Xevi Pons, 26, has taken the decision of
withdraw the 2007 WRC season due to the absence of any...
Andreas Aigner (AUT)/Klaus Wicha (GER) will contest the 2007 P-WRC in a Mitsubishi.
The Red Bull driver's goal is to secure the title in the Production World Rally Championship.
Andreas is offered the opportunity to get to know those stages...
SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR RALLY IRELAND!
Rally Ireland has announced ambitious plans to introduce a Super Special
Stage to its premier WRC round next November.
Organisers have released concept drawings of a track layout ...
After the time loss of the previous two days, the Subaru World Rally Team's
focus for the final Leg turned to testing and development work for
forthcoming events. Petter Solberg maintained his overnight seventh position
throughout most of the day,...
Loeb and Elena win another duel...
Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Elena did not wait long to extend the record for
career victories that they broke in Japan. Their win in Cyprus their eighth of
the year and their third consecutive triumph on the ...
Sebastien Loeb (Citroen) eased through the final leg to extend his lead in
the drivers' championship to 35 points. Behind Hirvonen, Manfred Stohl
(Peugeot) took fourth ahead of Toni Gardemeister (Citroen), who survived a
spin this morning. ...
Top results for OMV Peugeot Norway WRT
o Manfred Stohl/Ilka Minor finish in fourth place at the Cyprus Rally
o Sixth place wins Henning Solberg/Cato Menkerud three WRC-points
o Sebastien Loeb invincible in Cyprus once again
The OMV ...
World title battle rages as BP-Ford closes on leaders in Cyprus
BP-Ford World Rally Team claimed a double podium finish on the Cyprus
Rally today as the fight for the FIA World Rally Championship became ever
more exciting. Marcus GrÃƒÂ¶nholm...
Petter Solberg started the day in 11th position, but a determined
performance elevated him to seventh overall with one day of competition
remaining. Team-mate Chris Atkinson consolidated his fifth position
throughout the morning with a string of...
Loeb fights back...
Having started the morning with a 6.4 second deficit to the leader,
Sebastien Loeb/Daniel Elena and their Kronos Total Citroen Xsara fought
back. After a tight battle, they lead Marcus Gronholm/Timo Rautiainen
by 21.8 seconds...
Sebastien Loeb (Citroen) conceded time to Gronholm on the first two
stages but was quickest on each of the final six tests to build a
21.8sec lead. Behind Hirvonen, Manfred Stohl (Peugeot) retained fourth
while Toni Gardemeister (Citroen) climbed...
BP-Ford duo sets sights on podium double in Cyprus Rally
BP-Ford World Rally Team remains on course to close the gap on the
leaders of the FIA World Rally Championship after ending today's second
leg of the Cyprus Rally with both drivers in...
OMV Peugeot Norway WRT in excellent fourth place
The OMV Peugeot Norway World Rally Team has every reason to be content with
day two of the "Cyprus Rally 2006", as well. After 16 of 22 special stages
Manfred Stohl and Ilka Minor lie in excellent...
Sebastien Loeb started the second day of the Cyprus Rally some
six seconds behind Marcus Gronholm, and was falling further behind early
on the second leg, but he turned the tables on the Finn to take the
lead in the World Rally Championship ...