One of the fiercest and closest-fought seasons ever seen in world class
rallying has ended today with victory in Rally GB for new champion Petter
Solberg (Subaru). The young Norwegian, 28, clinched the 2003 Drivers'
titles ahead of French rival ...
Peugeot driver Freddy Loix has finished sixth on the Rally Great Britain,
scoring driver and manufacturer points on his Peugeot debut.
The Belgian was drafted in as a last-minute replacement for the unwell
Richard Burns, and did an excellent job...
The second day of Rally GB saw the Å koda Motorsport Team drivers again
suffer mixed fortunes but survive intact ahead of tomorrowâ€™s short
Toni Gardemeister hit trouble even before the start of todayâ€™s opening
stage when the ...
Norway's Petter Solberg continues to lead the way in this 14th and final
round of the FIA World Rally Championship. The Subaru driver - who won
this rally 12 months ago - also remains in a potentially title-winning
position with Citroen's...
555 Subaru driver, Petter Solberg dominated Leg two. Delivering a
steadfast performance aboard his Subaru Impreza WRC, the Norwegian held
his nerve and was quickest on every stage to increase his overnight lead
and end the day 41.2 seconds ahead...
Peugeot driver Harri Rovanpera has maintained fifth place after a
challenging second leg of the Rally Great Britain. Freddy Loix ends the
day in seventh place.
Conditions were much colder than yesterday as the crews set out to tackle
Petter Solberg can already taste the World Rally Championship title, as he has surged
ahead of Sebastien Loeb on the second leg of the Rally of Great Britain.
The Norwegian finished second in the Drivers' Championship last year to
Cardiff, 8th November 2003 - 13.00
Quotes After SS11
Freddy: "This morning's stages were quite tricky and very slippery -- it
would have been so easy to go off. But the feeling is not so bad now. The
206 WRC is a very competitive and complex...