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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 Citroën turned the series into their...

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Video: 17 minutes of awesome Monte Carlo onboard by Ogier and Ingrassia

No matter how well captured and/or produced a piece of action footage is, you can rarely sense the continuous need for speed unless we’re talking onboard cameras. Even then it’s easy to mess up if you position the camera too far back or too high and above the wipers area of activity, or you use...

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Is Volkswagen going to put more WRC-worthy Polo R in our garages?

Every now and then, or rather, every single time there is a discussion going on about rally and rally cars in particular, one topic comes up almost regularly. The comparisons between -what was then- and -what is now- are inevitable, both in terms of events, stages, drivers and, of course, cars. Group B is worshiped...

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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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Luck (in rallying) is a lie. Or is it?

In rallying, nothing comes close to “For sure”, the most common phrase ever, since the beginning of time. For sure, for sure is in the lead and by a huge margin, but this time I’d like to draw your attention to another well respected member of the rallying dictionary. You’ve all heard about luck, for...

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Renault returns to rallying with official Gordinis

Bet you liked the idea in the title, didn’t you. Same here. It would be absolutely fantastic to see Renault or Nissan on the WRC stages, but this will not happen in the near future, sadly. Only Toyota expressed genuine interest in joining the series recently, but perhaps Renault isn’t too far away as well....

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Nandan: “Hyundai is here to compete seriously”

Hyundai Motorsport failed to achieve their ultimate goal in Monte Carlo – they never reached the finish and the competitive mileage they were able to collect was not enough to draw more substantial conclusions about their potential, car-wise and team-wise. Or was it? Can you even hope to compare teams and drivers in an event...

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