Marcus Gronholm (Peugeot)
Markko Martin (Ford)
Sebastien Loeb (CitroÃ«n)
Petter Solberg (Subaru)
It hasnâ€™t been the easiest season so far, you had problems. A couple of
your mistakes as well? Has that been because you have been under ...
Miguel Campos/Nuno R. Silva finish 10th at the Cypruss Rally
Great run for the Peugeot 206 WRC driver
Miguel Campos and Nuno Rodrigues da Silva took their 206 WRC of the Peugeot
Total Silver Team SG to the 10th position overall for the Cyprus ...
It is now confirmed that HWRT will not be competing in the Corsica round
of the World Rally Championship and it is unlikely to participate in
any further events this year following the failure of the Hyundai Motor
Company to meet the contractual...
Subaru World Rally Team Summary
Subaru's young driver signing,
Mikko Hirvonen put in a sparkling performance behind the wheel of his
Impreza WRC2004 on today's second Leg of Rally Argentina. Firmly in
the spotlight after the retirement of his...
Sebastien Loeb swept all three days of the Rally of Turkey as the Citroen
driver was determined to take the victory and maintain his World Rally
Championship points lead. Citroen also increased their manufacturer lead over ...
On the final day of Rally Australia it was just a matter of concentrating
and driving carefully, and Sebastien Loeb took care of business, adding a
sixth World Rally Championship victory this year to his 2004 WRC ...
Ford Focus 2006 RS WRC Concept Breaks Cover
BRUSSELS, November 2, 2004 - Following the announcement of its four-year
commitment to the FIA World Rally Championship, Ford of Europe has shown
what the new generation Ford Focus RS WRC could look...
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...
Petter Solberg (Subaru) took an early lead over Marcus Gronholm
(Peugeot) but on the first stage of the afternoon loop the Norwegian hit
problems. Sand blocked his car's radiator and the engine reverted to
'safe' mode. He cleaned the radiator at...
A look forward to Corsica with Cedric Robert
To fly its colours on the next two WRC rounds which take place on
asphalt, Marcus Gronholm will join forces with two special recruits:
Cedric Robert and Freddy Loix--What is your personal experience...
Chris Atkinson Heads To World Rally Championship
Australian rally sensation Chris Atkinson has been recognised
as a true international talent after being offered a drive
with the Subaru World Rally Team for the 2005 World ...
Marcus Gronholm appeared to take a dominant victory in the Cyprus Rally
this weekend, but the Finn's drive may yet end up being all for naught, as
there is some question of the Peugeot and Citroen teams' technical
Whilst the winter prevailed in Europe, the third round of the World Rally
Championship visited Leon for the first time, for the Corona Rally of
Mexico. Fast, technical and tricky stages, at an altitude of 2000 meters
in a hot sunny climate were...
New world champion Sebastien Loeb (Citroen) was the only challenger to the
Ford Focus duo of Marrko Martin and Francois Duval who dominated the days
action winning four of the six stages. The Frenchman was fastest on the
middle stage of each loop...
The FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) moves from the glitz and glamour of
Monte Carlo to the snow-covered scenery of Scandinavia for the second of
the 16-round series, the Swedish Rally. Starting on Thursday 5 February from
its base in the ...
The pressure is on --
At this potentially decisive phase of the 2004 season, which coincides with
the sport's return to asphalt, the tension is understandably mounting. The
result of this weekend's visit to Corsica will tell us whether ...
Testing in south of France:
Antony Warmbold and Gemma Price were testing in south of France in order to
prepare for the upcoming Cyprus Rally, which will be the fifth round of the
World Rally Championship. During one day they try different...
Marcus Closes Championship Points Gap
Marcus Gronholm has finished sixth at the end of the inaugural Rally
Mexico, closing his gap to the World Championship leader to just four
points. Harri Rovanpera has ended up 10th on his debut in the...
Marshall learns from the full Monte experience.
Tuesday 27 January 2004. - [York] Yorkshire rally driver Olly Marshall contested his first ever
Monte Carlo Rally at the weekend, and the 23 year old from Escrick came
so close to grabbing his...
Australia's brightest rally star Chris
Atkinson will join the Subaru World Rally Team for the 2005 season. The
25-year-old will contest the majority of the sixteen events that make up
the FIA world championship series, starting with Rally Sweden...
Difficult Day For Peugeot
Marcus Gronholm is the sole remaining 307 WRC at the end of leg two
of the Rally d'Italia-Sardinia. The Finn returns to Parc Ferme in
15th place after a disappointing day for the Peugeot team.
The second leg of the...
Marcus On Provisional Podium in Japan
Peugeot driver Marcus Gronholm is in third place after the opening
leg of the inaugural Rally Japan, just 17.8 seconds behind the
leader. His team mate Harri Rovanpera ends the day eighth, after
Peugeot driver Harri Rovanpera is fifth after leg two of the Rally
Argentina. His team mate Marcus Gronholm was forced to retire from
the lead on SS19 after hitting a rock and damaging his car.
Today's action, to the south of rally headquarters...
Thursday's overnight leader Marcus GrÃ¶nholm (Peugeot) retained a narrow
advantage until the fourth stage when Petter Solberg (Subaru) moved
ahead. The Norwegian was fastest on five consecutive stages to open a
55.7sec lead. GrÃ¶nholm spun on ...
Overnight leader Marcus Gronholm (Peugeot) extended his advantage to
22.9sec. The Finn had no problems apart from a tyre coming off the rim
twice this morning. Team-mate Harri Rovanpera, second last night, lost
a minute this morning with a...
After the rough, the smooth!
Given their geographical proximity, it was only natural that the three
roughest events of the 2004 WRC calendar - Cyprus, Greece and Turkey -
should be programmed one after the other in quick succession.
One-two success for Ford-Michelin in Mexico
The inaugural Rally Mexico as a WRC qualifier saw Ford-Michelin collect a
popular one-two success on the doorstep of the Detroit-based carmaker's home
nation. The performance of winner Markko MÃ¤rtin...