Australian Chris Atkinson has recorded the third top ten of his World
Rally Championship career by finishing ninth in the Rally of Argentina
over the weekend.
The Argentinean event was the eighth rally for Atkinson and his West
Marcus Gronholm had promised last night not to give up on his quest
to win Rally Argentina, despite a handicap of 45 seconds at the end
of leg one. With four fastest stage times out of seven, Marcus was by
far the quickest driver of leg two â€“ ...
Three weeks after Rally Sweden, on which
Subaru claimed its 45th WRC victory, the 2005 FIA World Rally
Championship moves to North America next week for the first gravel round
of the series, Corona Rally Mexico.
The World Championship's only ...
Atkinson Checks into Monte Carlo
Australian Chris Atkinson will be a part of the Subaru World
Rally Team contingent at the opening round of the World Rally
Championship (WRC) in Monte Carlo this weekend.
While he may not be competing in the...
AN EMOTIONAL VICTORY FOR MARCUS AND TIMO
Marcus Gronholm took the lead on the penultimate stage of the Rally
Japan, after putting constant pressure on Petter Solberg, who went
off. Marcus was on the attack from the very start, setting...
C2 plays its aces on asphalt...
Like their WRC elders, the "FIA Junior" return to asphalt action in Germany,
a surface on which they haven't competed since January's Monte Carlo Rally
which was won by the British C2 Super 1600 driver Kris ...
BP-Ford and Gardemeister lead world championship
BP-Ford World Rally Team leads both the drivers' and manufacturers'
standings in the FIA World Rally Championship after claiming a podium
finish on the Swedish Rally today. Toni Gardemeister and...
Sebastien Loeb, a step closer to his objective...
Sebastien Loeb, Daniel Elena and their Citroen Xsara completed Round 10 of
the 2005 World Championship as superb runners-up to Marcus Gronholm who
secured the fifth win of his career on his home...
Peugeot's Marcus Gronholm has gone from strength to strength in the first
two legs of this weekend's Rally Finland, his home event. Leading by six
seconds after the first day, Gronholm dominated today's World Rally action,
taking wins in six of...
Angelo and Barbara Medeghini with Mitsubishi Lancer Evo and together
with Kome Sport, after 14 Special Stages of Rally Argentina are 2nd in
the Production Car placing.
Yesterday it was quite a difficult day for all the entrants of...
Australian Chris Atkinson has put in an impressive performance aboard
his Subaru Impreza WRC during the opening leg in the Rally of Argentina
to finish the opening day of competition inside the top ten.
Despite heavy overnight rain and low ...
GRONHOLM AND SOLBERG GO HEAD TO HEAD
The second leg of the Rally Sweden has been as breathtaking as the
first, with an extraordinary battle between Peugeot's Marcus Gronholm
and Subaru driver Petter Solberg. The pair traded tenths of a...
After one of the most dramatic rallies of the season, Belgium's
FranÃƒÂ§ois Duval (Citroen) claimed his first world rally victory. He
was untroubled today to beat Harri RovanperÃƒÂ¤ (Mitsubishi) by 52.9sec.
Private entrant Manfred Stohl claimed...
News from Final Leg
Sebastien Loeb (Citroen) created rallying history by setting fastest time on
all 12 speed tests en route to his ninth win of the season. No driver has
ever claimed a clean sweep on a world rally before. Petter Solberg ...
Rally Japan, the thirteenth round of the 2005 FIA World Rally Championship,
starts next week on 30 September. Coming just two weeks after Wales Rally GB
and the tragic accident that claimed the life of Peugeot co-driver Michael
There were mixed fortunes for the ?koda Motorsport World Rally Team on
todays second leg of the Monte Carlo Rally.
Alex Bengue set two fastest times during the morning but on SS7 (Pont des
Miolans) Armin Schwarz crashed out of the event.
It's done: for the third time in three years since it began competing
full-time in the WRC, Citroen has won the FIA Manufacturers' world
title. This success follows last Wednesday's announcement that the
French firm will return to the World ...
After a difficult second leg Dani Sordo and Marc Marti made up two
positions today and finished second of the 'Junior' classification on
the French round in Corsica.
The young 'Cantabria' driver, who was recently crowned Spanish Rally
In a year that has seen the Citroen team establish a long list of new
WRC records, Sebastien Loeb, Daniel Elena and the Xsara WRC today picked
up an emphatic, memorable win over the challenging mountain roads of
Corsica, winning every single stage...
ATKINSON HALTED AFTER A FLYING START IN FINLAND
Australian Chris Atkinson began the Neste Rally of Finland in
impressive fashion this morning running inside the top ten
while tackling some of the most famous stages in the World