Sebastien Loeb had a comfortable 42-second victory in the Rally of Great
Britain today, but with the event marred by a tragedy, Markko
Martin's co-driver Michael Park killed in an accident on SS15 in his
home rally (see separate story),
Michael Park, one of the most experienced and respected co-drivers on the
World Rally Championship circuit, was killed this morning in an accident
on the final leg of the Rally of Great Britain.
Photo by Marlboro Peugeot...
It was a Norwegian celebration in Sweden today, as Petter Solberg, the
rallycross and rally veteran from across the border, clinched the victory
for Subaru in the Swedish Rally, the second event in the 2005 World...
Interview with Pascal Dimitri : The logistics of travelling to Rally
Moving an entire rally team to such a distant and singular country as
Japan is no easy matter. Peugeot Sport's Logistics Manager Pascal
Dimitri explains some of the ...
During the recent Rally Japan, a Michelin Z BTO tyre was stolen from the
service facilities of one of Michelin's official partners in the Obihiro
service park during the night of Saturday October 1st / Sunday October
All-new Ford Focus rally car breaks cover in Australia
The all-new Ford Focus RS World Rally Car, the Blue Oval's challenger for
the 2006 FIA World Rally Championship, will make its first public
appearance on next week's Rally Australia (10 - 13...
Ford signs Hirvonen to drive all-new Focus RS WRC
The BP-Ford World Rally Team has signed Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen
to drive the all-new Focus RS World Rally Car in the FIA World Rally
Championship. A three-year agreement will see the...
Sebastian Loeb demonstrated his mastery of the mountains, and the speed of
his Citroen Xsara WRC, at the Monte Carlo Rally this weekend, taking his
third consecutive Monte Carlo victory at this, the most famous of the World
Rally Championship ...
UNITED STATES WILL SEEK A BID FOR A ROUND OF THE WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP
Monticello, New York (November 7, 2005) - The Sullivan County Visitors
Association and Rally New York, Ltd. have reached an agreement to pursue a
bid for a future round...
The 'new look' 307 WRC
Homologation of the latest specification 307 WRC successfully went
through on January 1st 2005 which means Peugeot's driver line-up will
be able to profit from the team's new challenger in Monte Carlo.
Angelo Medeghini and Barbara Capoferri are not taking part in Rally
Angelo and Barbara Medeghini will not enter the last round of the FIA
Production Car World Rally Championship 2005.
Angelo Medeghini due to an abdominal colic has...
Antony, you have finished 7th overall on the Corona Rally Mexico which is
your best result up to date in the WRC. In the process, you have been
faster than official drivers on many occasions. How do you explain this
I have been...
The Project Cordoba Rally Team was started
29.03.2005.- In the night of Saturday, the 26th of March, in the
municipal playÃ³n of the City of Villa Carlos Paz, Cordoba, and opposite
to a public's great frame Cordoba Rally Team presented to itself...
Subaru Australia and Les Walkden Rallying (LWR) are combining to help
fast track the next Australian to follow Chris Atkinson into the World
As part of the agreement, LWR will become Subaru Australia's official
Skoda Motorsport World Rally Team drivers Armin Schwarz and Jan KopeckÃ½
ended the opening leg of Rallye Deutschland in ninth and 13th places
However Alex Bengue was forced to retire from the event when he spun his
Fabia WRC 05...
Australian Chris Atkinson will be counting on his experience from the
past two years in the Asia-Pacific Championship when he tackles Rally
Japan, the thirteenth round of the 2005 FIA World Rally Championship,
aboard his Subaru Impreza WRC later...
Frustrating day for Skoda Motorsport
Armin Schwarz ended the opening day of Rally Mexico -- the third round of the
2005 World Rally Championship - in 12th position as the Å koda Motorsport
World Rally Team debuted the new Fabia WRC05. Armin has...