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Toyota Gazoo Racing chief engineer Tom Fowler has confirmed a steering problem ruled Ott Tanak out of Rally Italy victory on Sunday.
Anton Marklund has been stripped of his maiden World Rallycross win at the Norwegian round in Hell due to a post-race technical infringement.
Double European rallycross champion Anton Marklund claimed a maiden World Rallycross victory in sudden torrential conditions in Hell.
Hyundai World Rally Championship driver Dani Sordo sensationally won Rally Italy, as Toyota’s Ott Tanak lost his power steering on the final stage of the rally.
Niclas Gronholm, son of two-time World Rally Champion Marcus, mastered the conditions in the opening day of World Rallycross’ Norwegian round in Hell.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has confirmed the introduction of hybrid World Rally Cars for the 2022 WRC season, while also raising the potential for a return to C segment cars as well as a return to a control tyre from 2021 onwards.
Hyundai’s Dani Sordo is expected to inherit the lead of the World Rally Championship's Rally Italy round when nominal times from a stage cancellation are finalised.
Citroen will consider pulling Sebastien Ogier out of Saturday’s Rally Italy stages if the French firm feels there’s nothing to gain from the C3 WRC running first on the road.
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Toyota’s Jari-Matti Latvala leads Rally Italy by 2.8seconds over teammate Ott Tanak, as World Rally Championship leader Sebastien Ogier retired with broken suspension.
Citroen‘s Sebastien Ogier has established an early 0.1 second lead on the World Rally Championship Rally Italy over teammate Esapekka Lappi after the opening superspecial on Thursday night.
Hyundai World Rally team boss Andrea Adamo wants to apologise to Sebastien Loeb for letting him down on Rally Portugal, feeling the nine-time champion's time was wasted.
Reigning Dakar Rally bikes winner Toby Price is hoping to have 80 to 90 percent movement back in his injured wrist before the 2020 event kicks off next January.
Hyundai’s new boss has barely been in the job half a season, but his single-minded approach has already marked him out from the crowd. The events of Rally Portugal, which prompted Sebastien Ogier to accuse Hyundai of taking tactics too far, typify that.
World Rally Championship leader Sebastien Ogier has accused Hyundai team principal Andrea Adamo of taking a tactical approach to the sport too far at Rally of Portugal.