Battle Lines Drawn As WRC 2 PRO Rivals Head To Portugal

The new WRC 2 Pro category for professional drivers in factory-supported R5 cars is quickly developing into a four-way battle for the inaugural title, as drivers head to this weekend’s 53rd Vodafone Rally of Portugal.

Monte-Carlo category winner Gus Greensmith leads the series by just five points after six rounds, but the young Englishman’s reward for a solid start to the season has been a debut seat in the third official M-Sport Ford World Rally Team Fiesta WRC alongside Elfyn Evans and Teemu Suninen this weekend. Continue reading Battle Lines Drawn As WRC 2 PRO Rivals Head To Portugal

[WATCH] Onboard through WRC Rallye Monte-Carlo most special stages

We’re gripped with rally fever. How does one overcome that sensation? Overwhelm yourself in YouTube.

We scoured YouTube for some of the most magical onboard videos in a wacky sort of preview to 16 special stages of the World Rally Championship’s Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo. The 2019 edition will run from 22nd to 27th January.

We couldn’t find quite the right onboard videos. Instead, we placed exciting clips for SS1, SS6 and SS7 that we couldn’t possibly omit from this article.

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The WRC Musical Chair(persons) and a new seat-fitting

Welcome to 2019. Fresh from a short break over the Festive Season, returning to work with renewed motivation, passion and excitement, we have a busy year ahead. Except Michael Nandan. He was unceremoniously dumped by Hyundai Motorsport GmbH.

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