Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we find ourselves at #18, when Thierry Neuville won Rally Germany scoring his first win and the first win for Hyundai.
Sebastien Ogier is officially out of the rally.
The legendary Rallye Monte-Carlo (19-25 January) will once again kick off the season in the south-east of France.
The racing community has lost another legendary racer today.
If you have 16 minutes to spare, you should spend it looking at this. All of it.
Romain will be behind the wheel of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0l developed by RD Limited and entered under his own team.
Jari-Matti Latvala fought to the end, but it simply wasn't enough to take the FIA World Rally Championship title fight to the final round.
Thierry Neuville and Dani Sordo will once again represent the Hyundai Motorsport team, while Hayden Paddon will score points for Hyundai Motorsport N.
Sebastien Ogier looks set to claim his final win of the season, but the battle for the final podium positions will go down to the wire on Wales Rally GB
WRC Spain his first appearance with the series in over a year.
The Spanish round of the 2014 WRC season is underway.
The battle for the lead in Rally Australia is incredibly close following the opening day of action.
Sebastien Ogier still holds the top spot as we head into the final day.
FIA Junior and WRC3 champion to race Citroen.
Hayden Paddon secures his maiden stage victory and builds confidence in his only tarmac event of the year as he finishes ninth.
We saw a wild end to Rally Germany today.
11.8 seconds separate the VW teammates.
Robert Kubica adopted a near-perfect strategy for the event.