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Škoda is back with the Fabia R5

Finally, it’s official. The latest Škoda Motorsport’s creation, the Fabia R5, received FIA’s homologation. Based on the latest road going Fabia and inspired by hugely successful predecessor, Fabia S2000, the R5 machine enters a very busy and competitive arena, at the moment dominated by M-Sport’s Ford Fiesta R5 together with PSA challengers, Peugeot 208 T16...

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Clio R3T European Trophy has kicked off in Italy and in France

After the launch of the Clio R3T European Trophy in the Italian zone last weekend in the Il Ciocco Rally (21-22 March), the French Trophy kicked off with the Epernay Vins de Champagne Rally (28-29 March). On both occasions the Clio R3T’s level of competitiveness lived up to expectations. The first round in the history...

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Toyota reveals its junior line-up

Personally, I am having a great time following the progress of Toyota Motorsport, the 2017 season will be here before long and it is great to see this team growing in size and seriousness at a very promising pace. After all, it’s April already and before the year is over I believe Toyota will want...

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Video: Getting ready for Ireland and Austria

Circuit of Ireland Rally means tight and twisty tarmac roads and it also means speed and maximum concentration, because there is very little room for error. Or rather, let’s play it safe and say there is no room for error. You will want to come prepared. Of course, not many roads in the world are...

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What Are the Top 5 (Virtual) Rally Stages?

It’s spring cleaning time here in the USA, and I decided to de-clutter my office a bit. While digging through my bins of electronics, I stumbled across some of my older, but well-loved rally video games. As I perused my copies of titles such as Colin McRae Rally 2.0, Mobil 1 Rally Championship, and the...

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Breaking: Homeless rally cars adopted!

Thank god for all the money and the good(ies) it brings/buys. Without money we would not have wealthy people and if that idea scares you, wait, it gets worse. Without wealthy people, the world we live in would be horrible and very silly. Just think, no money means no homes for valuable objects, such as...

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Toyota: “We’d like to repeat our successes in the WRC”

Why Group B had to be THAT reckless, senseless and careless, why? Those cars were too wonderful, too exceptional, too out of this world to be allowed to just vanish like that. They tested the crews to their limits, but the price was simply too high because cars were also death traps. Combined with virtually...

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