Marcus Gronholm was back in his element on the first day of Rally
Australia, holding a 21-second lead over Sebastien Loeb after a day on the
gravel roads of Rally Australia, the final round of the 2004 World Rally
The day's stages started dramatically, with Peugeot's Marcus Gronholm
crashing out of the rally only three kilometres into the day's first special
stage (SS10, Beraking). The Finn's demise led Citroen team boss, Guy
Frequelin, to instruct...
Blown tyre sees Karam retire from 2nd in Australia
Team Proton PERT Malaysia drivers Karamjit Singh and Allen Oh retired
from Rally Australia today when their Petronas/Malaysia Airlines
sponsored Gp N Proton PERT blew a tyre on SS10, the opening...
Subaru driver Mikko Hirvonen put in a
solid performance at the wheel of his Subaru Impreza WRC2004 today, to
move up the leaderboard and finish the day in fourth place. With six
stages remaining on tomorrow's final Leg, the young Finn is on course...
Harri a Strong Second in Australia
Peugeot driver Harri Rovanpera has ended leg two of the Rally
Australia in second place, after a fast and reliable run in his 307
Conditions on the Rally Australia, the last round of this ...
The lead in the rally that no one seems to want to win was handed to
Sebastien Loeb early this morning, as overnight leader Marcus Gronholm spun
out of Rally Australia, the final round of the 2004 World Rally
"What can I do?," Loeb...
Perth, 13th November 2004
Quotes After SS14
Marcus: "Everything was going OK until a left-hand corner about three
kilometres into SS10, the first stage this morning. We came into it
with normal speed, but the ruts were much deeper than they had...