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The path from Formula 1 to rallycrossing a Volkswagen Beetle, via NASCAR’s Cup series and Formula E, is trodden by very few. Well, one person, to be precise.
Travis Pastrana, 17-time X Games medalist, will make his Americas Rallycross debut at Circuit of The Americas on July 14 in a Subaru WRX STI.
An electric rally car piloted by an all-female crew will tackle the Finke Desert Race in Australia next month.
Team Penske’s three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves says he’s “already having so much fun” testing the Olsbergs MSE rallycross car in Norway, just a week after teammate Josef Newgarden’s debut in the RallyX on Ice series.
The deaths of Shawn Rayner and Steve Dear on the Loco 2 Stages Rally on December 29 have rocked the world of UK historic rallying.
Hyundai Motorsport will field one car and two drivers when Thierry Neuville and Andreas Mikkelsen share an i20 WRC at the Monza Rally next month.
Sebastien Loeb's long-time co-driver Daniel Elena will partner the nine-time WRC champion again in Rallye du Var, in which they will campaign the Peugeot 306 Maxi rebuilt by Sebastien Loeb Racing.
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Australian Rally Championship title contender Harry Bates is set to switch to an AP4-spec Toyota Yaris for the final two rounds of the 2017 season.
Oliver Solberg, son of former WRC champion Petter, has become the youngest ever rallycross Supercar winner by claiming victory in the second round of the RallyX Nordic Championship at Arvika.
Renée Brinkerhoff brings her ‘56 Porsche to Road Atlanta to prepare for one of the “world’s most dangerous road races.”
There is ‘discussion’ regarding the return of a Toyota factory rally programme in Australia, according to marketing executive director Tony Cramb.
Factory-backed squad Subaru do Motorsport has began testing its new PRC-spec WRX ahead of Molly Taylor’s Australian Rally Championship title defence.
The winter-based Andros Trophy ice racing series is expected to become the first category in the world to allow electric and conventionally-powered cars to compete in the same races next winter.
Subaru will continue its factory involvement in the Australian Rally Championship, with reigning champion Molly Taylor signed on for another season.