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Kalle Rovanpera feels he could be ready for a full-time WRC seat by 2020, and Skoda says it would release him from his contract if he had the chance to make the step.
Didier Auriol pulled off a titanic comeback drive to win the 1994 WRC Rally Sanremo – now you could own his Toyota Celica ST185
Despite never gracing a competitive rally, this Metro 6R4 has an intriguing history, thanks to its history with Williams
Toyota has announced its 2019 World Rally Championship signing Kris Meeke will be co-driven by Seb Marshall.
Six-time World Rally Champion Sebastien Ogier has been crowned the Rally Driver of the Year for the sixth time in a row at this year's Autosport Awards.
The M-Sport Ford Fiesta RS World Rally Car has been named Rally Car of the Year at the 2018 Autosport Awards.
Sebastien Loeb will not compete in the World Rally Championship next season after Citroen failed to find agreement with sponsor Abu Dhabi to run a third C3 WRC.
Sebastien Ogier says he can see potential with the Citroen C3 WRC after his first two days testing the car he will drive in next year’s World Rally Championship.
Thierry Neuville has issued a stark warning to his Hyundai WRC team, saying it has "no chance" of beating Ott Tanak and Toyota without a step up in development.
World Rally Championship teams are growing frustrated that Rally Australia continues to take place in the "middle of nowhere" in Coffs Harbour.
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The FIA has come under pressure to introduce 'virtual chicanes' in the World Rally Championship following the Rally Australia tractor incident.
Sebastien Ogier says Ott Tanak's crash on the penultimate Rally Australia stage "killed the emotion" of becoming a six-time World Rally Champion, given that he got the news via message on a road section.
Jari-Matti Latvala braved treacherous final-day conditions to win Rally Australia, while crashes for Thierry Neuville and Ott Tanak sealed a sixth World Rally Championship title for Sebastien Ogier.
Jari-Matti Latvala leads Rally Australia after his Toyota teammate Ott Tanak went off the road on Sunday morning, while Sebastien Ogier remains favourite for the WRC title.
Jari-Matti Latvala will slot into a rear-gunner role on the final day of the WRC season, having been told by Toyota not to put pressure on leader and title contender Ott Tanak.