My YouTube’s playlist is filled with rally videos, of course. Frank Kelly pops up more often than some WRC drivers. And, this Irishman’s skills are truly world-class behind the steering wheel of this baby blue Ford Escort MK2. Continue reading Is Frank Kelly the greatest 2WD driver?
The WRC’s history is steeped in the Subaru badge. National and Club rallyists dedicate their careers to this iconic rally machine, and so do we. Here’s a great video in tribute of this monster machine that claimed three World Rally Championship titles and 47 top-flight victories…
From 2020 on, the FIA World Rallycross Championship (World RX) is planning to race with electric cars. Audi is currently considering a possible commitment. The technological potential of the current Supercars being fielded in 2018 and 2019 has not been fully exploited either. The new Audi S1 EKS RX quattro is a perfect example as it is superior to its predecessor in almost every area.
While the action on the ground was intense, the thinner air above the crews was hot too. DJI’s shared their clip from the WRC Rally Mexico…
Just a few days before its homologation and its competition debut, the Citroën C3 R5 is the focus of attention as it is the main novelty of the 2018 season. From the Tour de Corse onwards, PH Sport will run Stéphane Lefebvre’s car as part of the Citroën Racing works programme in WRC2. Other C3 R5s will then be available for rent to privateer drivers who want to race in the latest car from the French make. Continue reading The Citroën C3 R5 To Make Its Debut In Tour De Corse
One of the most spectacular events on the international calendar, the Azores Airlines Rallye, opens the 2018 FIA European Rally Championship (ERC) season from 22-24 March. The material and information links below have been prepared to assist your reporting of the event on São Miguel in the mid-Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading PREVIEW: FIA ERC’s Azores Airlines Rallye
Contested over eight events from next weekend this month to October, the 2018 FIA ERC schedule has been structured in response to calls from drivers and teams who were keen to cap their number of competitive outings at between six and eight events. The calendar includes three rallies on asphalt and five on gravel (three on each surface for ERC Junior Under 27 and ERC Junior Under 28). And in a further cost-cutting measure, drivers chasing overall honours count their best six scores only.