Category: WRC, APRC, IRC

Neuville takes back-to-back win at Rally Sardinia to extend lead

The WRC Rally Sardinia, last Sunday, was won by Hyundai WRT’s Thierry Neuville, who beat five-time Champion Sebastien Ogier by the narrowest margin. Neuville trailed Ogier by 0.8sec ahead of the final day’s 6.96km test, but delivered a daredevil drive in his Hyundai i20 to overhaul the Frenchman and claim his third win of the season by 0.7sec.

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Neuville hits the road first at WRC Rally Sardinia

Following his remarkable win at last round’s WRC Rally Portugal, Hyundai WRT’s front man Thierry Neuville and rivals prepares for the next challenge, the Rally Sardinia. As the winner of the last round, Neuville was first to hit the road when the Sardinia (Sardegna) rally started, today.

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Neuville takes WRC Rally Portugal; second win for the Hyundai WRT driver

As expected, Hyundai WRT’s Thierry Neuville has won the WRC Rally Portugal after Sunday’s short leg. Victory at the gruelling four-day dirt road encounter promoted Neuville to the top of the Drivers’ Standings as the series approaches its midpoint.

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Neuville holds clear lead going into final leg of WRC Rally Portugal

  The WRC Rally of Portugal hits the pinnacle today as the crews completed an exciting second leg, yesterday. After a couple of action-packed days, Hyundai WRT front man Thierry Neuville holds a comfortable 39.8-second lead in the classification. Neuville should be able to secure the win in the short Sunday finale. Winning the event means a top spot for the Hyundai i20 WRC pilot in the Drivers’ Standings.

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Tanak storms to victory at WRC Rally Argentina

  As expected, Ott Tanak has scored the victory at the WRC Rally Argentina; his third WRC win and first for Toyota.

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Tanak on the verge of the win at WRC Rally Argentina

  The WRC Rally Argentina is at full swing as competitors hit two-thirds of the event. Five-time Champion Sebastien Ogier’s chance to win the Argentine rally appears to go no where as he struggles to finish fourth overall, after the second leg. The rally winner looks likely to be Ott Tanak as he nailed the second day with a flawless drive and extended his lead at the fifth round WRC.

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Ogier wants to get the win at WRC Rally Argentina

  Believe it or not five-time WRC Champion Sebastien Ogier has never won the Rally Argentina. Three times Ogier has finished second in Argentina, now he wants the top step.

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New Citroën C3 R5 set to debut at WRC2 Tour de Corse

 

  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 program 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.

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New routes announced for WRC Wales Rally

  This year’s Wales Rally GB (4-7 October) will feature an exciting new-look route and a shift of focus to the forests and venues of north Wales.

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Ogier overcomes odds to emerge the victor at WRC Rally Mexico

  Last weekend’s WRC Rally Mexico, Round 3 of the Championship, saw 5-time Champion Sebastien Ogier take victory, ahead of Hyundai’s Dani Sordo and Citroen’s Kris Meeke. The rally also witnessed the return of 9-time WRC champion Sebastien Loeb, who made a guest appearance, driving a C3 WRC. For Ogier, it was his second victory in just three events as he sprung up to the head of the Drivers’ standings with 60 points from Hyundai’s lead man Theirry Neuville.

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