Category: Interview


Home Shakedown with Carlos del Barrio

We’re are all coping with the current situation the best we can. Some people find it hard to stay inside and give up their daily routines, but I think the most painful thing was letting go of fun elements of our lives. And rallying and stage spectating play a major part in that. Yet, we...


Citroën’s Rally Finland Notebook by Janne Ferm

Esapekka Lappi’s co-driver talked to Citroën Racing about his special relationship with Rally Finland. His thoughts paint an interesting picture, as is always the case when people sitting in the “crazy seat” decide to talk.


Ask Elfyn Evans anything

Plain and simple, Elfyn Evans will be answering questions from the audience on September 26th and if you wish to ask him anything, this is your chance. Elfyn needs no special introduction, but surely there are some things you’d like to ask him yourself. Even though he will probably be expecting questions about the World...


Hayden is on a mission

One of the best things about Hayden Paddon is how hard it is to define him. We should probably classify him as a WRC newb, but his results this year speak otherwise. He is so mature and serious in his approach, yet he is also keeping both feet (and all four wheels, I should add)...


Hayden Paddon’s maiden podium finish, impressions

This, in my opinion, is a great read, if you haven’t read it already by now. For Hayden Paddon and John Kennard, this was a fantastic event, even though they did finish one step down from the coveted top spot. For many, Hayden and John are the true winners of 2015 Rally Italia. And as...


The Robert Kubica interview you must not miss

I was going to write a lengthy intro for this interview, mainly because it concerns Robert Kubica and I like to use every available opportunity to try and explain some of Kubica’s struggles in the WRC to people who still have problems understanding what it means to arrive to WRC with close to no experience....


Jari-Matti Latvala: “I ain’t afraid of no Seb!”

After reading this interview I think I understand a bit better what it’s like to be Jari-Matti Latvala these days. Remember how we sort of joked on his account when he was talking to himself after some bad moments, even arguing. We also felt for him when he seemed to be under so much pressure...