Hyundai Motorsport knows no rest (+ video)

New season is almost upon us. By almost I mean we still need to deal with the usual shopping holidays of Christmas and then get obliterated in hopes of New Year and its many ambitious resolutions. Once that is done, however, we’re on the home stretch, getting closer and closer to 2015 Monte Carlo Rallye,...


Mads stays in Citroën

Mads Ostberg and Kris Meeke will continue to fly Citroën Racing banners in 2015, French team just confirmed. That leaves us with two teams (Volkswagen and Citroën) opting for existing names and M-Sport picking Ott Tanak to step in for freshly retired Mikko Hirvonen. In Hyundai, Dani Sordo will partner Thierry Neuville on most of...


FIA WMSC conclusions regarding WRC and rallying for 2015 season

Behold the news about World Rally Championship and rallying in general, effective next year and beyond (unless FIA managed to miss a typo in the text below). Federation’s World Motor Sports Council took a trip to Qatar to have a wee little meeting, setting some rules and changes in motion for most of the motor...


Video: 2014 Rallye du Var by DRC Rally Films

Sebastien Loeb and his co-driver Severine Loeb took a commanding victory on 2014 Rallye du Var, mastering all the twisty stages and changing weather. We’re being told Sebastien used this event to get himself reacquainted with the car and rallying, but I’m sure it took him exactly 500 meters and not a meter more to...


Škoda Fabia R5 debuts in Essen, keeps zebra for sexiness

I am a Lancia guy. I love Subaru. Have a huge crush on Mitsubishi and deep respect for Toyota. What Peugeot and Citroën did also calls for admiration and appreciation. Hyundai’s bravery is outstanding. Volkswagen’s all out assault proves that flat out does win over being in doubt. If only Ford could come back, they’ve...

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