Category: Interview


Blog questions to Sebastien Ogier in Argentina, read all about it!

Similar to the Q&A session Volkswagen’s Rally The World team organized with Andreas Mikkelsen in Portugal, it was now turn for Sebastien Ogier to share some of his thoughts, in replies to blogs and WRC related websites from all over the world. As Sebastien tries to close the gap behind his namesake and compatriot Loeb,...


Q&A with Molly Taylor ahead of Rally Açores

Australian driver Molly Taylor is ready to tackle the spectacular and demanding stages of SATA RAlly Açores, round four of the 2013 FIA European Rally Championship. Co-driven by Seb Marshall, she will once again get behind the wheel of a Citroën DS3 R3T and compete against event’s many entrants. Thanks to Eurosport Events, we will...


10 questions to Andreas Mikkelsen, as he gets ready to Rally The World

Here it is, 10 questions from 10 blogs and other WRC sites, all directed at none other than Volkswagen Motorsport latest acquisition, Andreas Mikkelsen. He is not exactly a newcomer on the rally scene, having won two titles in the IRC, but Rally Portugal marks his first event as member of the Volkswagen Motorsport factory...


Q&A: Michel Nandan, Team Principal at Hyundai Motorsport

After months of speculation and rumours, Hyundai finally announced its intentions to enter the World Rally Championship at the Paris Motor Show in September last year. B segment bestseller i20 became the base model for development of the WRC car, and first prototypes are already running on test tracks. In January, Hyundai released more details...


Q&A with Robert Kubica ahead of 1st event of his 2013 rally season

Robert Kubica is to begin his extensive rally programme in just a few days from now, competing in round three of the European Rally Championship, Rally Islas Canarias. Together with co-driver Maciej Baran, Kubica will pilot Lotos backed Citroën DS3 RRC on numerous ERC and WRC events this year. In what can only be described...


Interview: Andre Lavadinho, WRC photographer

Ah, the glamorous life of professionals, involved in running of the World Rally Championship in some capacity. They travel the world, hang out with drivers, share bar bills with team bosses and are getting payed for it. What could be better! For us, mere mortals, these people might look like the special kind of lucky...