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Can you podium predict Monte? Because I surely can’t!

Entry lists can usually tell you a lot about an upcoming event, and if 2015 Monte list is anything to go by, then we’re in for one spectacular event, but again, aren’t we always. The incredible mix of conditions, road characteristics and weather, coupled with huge pressure to perform in front of traditionally huge number...


I don’t care what Kubica does, as long as it’s WRC

At this point, I don’t really care which team Robert Kubica will be driving for. Also don’t care that much about the car either. Those details will come handy later, as a side info and a food for thoughts, but for now all these things are irrelevant compared to The Fact; Kubica mailed his entry...


Break? What break? WRC needs no break! Test videos instead

Deep down, under all the ice and snow, Monte Carlo Rally is Just Another Tarmac Rally, thousands of corners, narrow sections, uphills and downhill, but only on tarmac. However, due to its January schedule, Monte Carlo Rally rarely is just another tarmac rally. In fact, if this event had just one stage on gravel, it...


Looking forward to 2015?

I know I am. This year was pretty amazing in many aspects, but 2015 has a lot of promise already, and it’s good that it does because WRC should not settle for meh years anymore. We need each new season to be more impressive than the previous one, or at least to maintain the same...


Paddon confirmed for expanded WRC role with Hyundai

Hyundai Motorsport has today announced that New Zealander Hayden Paddon will remain part of its driver line-up for the 2015 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). The 27-year-old will take part in a heightened campaign next season, driving a minimum of nine rallies alongside co-driver John Kennard, starting from the second round of the 2015 WRC,...

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