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The fifth round of the 2014 WRC season is complete and a Rally Argentina winner has been crowned.
Sebastien Ogier has closed the gap on his Finnish teammate.
The promotion group Red Bull Media House and the sportsman media are already painting the 2014 WRC Rally New Zealand as an ultimate destination.
Feast of full-throttle action at “Formula 1 in the Forest” – round eight of the WRC
20,000 kilometres of testing, 1,700 parts designed completely from scratch, 17 months of preparations – all for the debut at the Rally Monte Carlo.
For the first time in 10 years, the FIA World Rally Championship trophy has two new names engraved on it.
Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia celebrate the first Volkswagen Polo R win. Adding to their historical moment in Sweden were teammates Jari-Matti Latvala and Miikka Anttila who finished fourth.
The Volkswagens dominated the first leg of Rally Sweden.
World champion Ogier beats youngster Mikkelsen – catch-up performance from Latvala.
Great honour, grand celebration: World Championship trophies presented to Volkswagen
Sebastien Ogier and co-driver Julien Ingrassia dominated the winter rally in Sweden from qualifying to three days of tricky conditions. They topped it off by taking the Power Stage win for a clean sweep.
The German marque took top honors in their rookie season.
The Rally Sweden represents a gruelling test for the drivers and the team’s technology: the rally cars are consistently pushed to their very limits, despite temperatures plummeting to between 10 and 20 degrees below freezing.
Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia named the new World Rally Champions with Volkswagen on the opening day of Rallye de France Alsace
Sebastien Loeb and co-driver Daniel Elena proved again why they have nine FIA World Rally championships. Dealing with the changing conditions, the French ace is in control of the leaderboard.
Volkswagen and the Polo R WRC clinch all four fastest times
Medical check-up prior to the World Rally in Germany has sidelined one of the Volkswagen teams. Co-driver Mikko Markkula complained of back pain at the Finnish event.
French Rally ace is laid low by the flu, won't compete in Fafe Rally Sprint.
As more competitors dropped out of the tough rally, Ogier stayed clear to maintain a dominant advantage in leg two.
A couple of hours before SS14, 75 per cent of the Turini roads were covered in snow and the white stuff was falling. Then it turned to rain, and the roads became a treacherous mix of snow, slush and water. Carnage ensued.