Rally Italy (2017)
Latest news on Rally Italy
Toyota team principal Tommi Makinen has rewarded Esapekka Lappi’s incredible Rally Italy speed with a Yaris WRC seat for the rest of the season.
M-Sport driver Ott Tanak completed the final four stages of Rally Italy to claim his maiden WRC victory.
Hayden Paddon has admitted he was "devastated" by his "amateur mistake" that saw him retire from the lead of Rally Italy.
M-Sport’s Ott Tanak grabbed the lead in Rally Italy on Saturday afternoon, after Hayden Paddon was forced to retire his Hyundai following a crash.
Hayden Paddon continued to lead Rally Italy by less than 10 seconds on Saturday morning with Ott Tanak taking over as the main challenger after Thierry Neuville hit trouble.
Hyundai's Hayden Paddon leads after Friday’s morning loop in Rally Italy, taking over from Kris Meeke, who rolled his Citroen out of contention.
Hyundai driver Thierry Neuville topped his fellow WRC contenders in Rally Italy’s opening superspecial stage on Thursday evening.
Andreas Mikkelsen admits he was "anxious" before testing for Citroen ahead of his top-line WRC return in this weekend’s Rally Italy.
Following a double podium in Portugal, Hyundai Motorsport is looking to continue its good form at Rally Italia Sardegna, the seventh round of the 2017 World Rally Championship (WRC)