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Hyundai Motorsport confirms Chris Atkinson for Mexico

Dani Sordo, Juho Hanninen and then Chris Atkinson, that is the order in which the three drivers/crews will compete in the second Hyundai i20 WRC at the start of this season. Dani had his chance and he did a very good job in Monte Carlo up until the car developed some kind of glitch and...


30 years of motor sports giants, Prodrive

The statistics are on their side, and for once it feels good to throw some numbers around, especially if those numbers are related to anything and everything motor sports. Of course, you know at least basic things about Prodrive. If not, you probably at least saw one of their rally or race cars, one of...


ADAC Opel Rallye Cup ready for its second year

Many of you probably remember the positive atmosphere that surrounded the news about Opel and their rally and motorsport projects last year and in 2012. Back then it seemed that Opel was getting ready to enter the World Rally Championship, but before they do, they wanted to start some buzz and collect some rallying mileage...


Who does what in 2014?

We’ll allow ourselves a bit of freedom to write something rather brave; This is going to be the most interesting season of WRC since 2004. If you’re not exactly pinned to your WRC screen and know all the tiny details, 2004 was the last year before Sebastien Loeb and Citro├źn turned the series into their...


Photo Rally: One pick from Rallye Monte Carlo

One photo instead of three or four, one photo will and should do. This year, Monte was about many things; debuts, comebacks, surprises and disappointments and all that wrapped up in this beautiful, shiny, icy, slippery, rainy, snowy, slushy package. Decades upon decades (upon decades) of tradition surround this event and without drama and suspense...

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