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  • ERC Rally Islas Canarias: the key timings - FIA ERC

    The itinerary for round two of the FIA European Rally Championship, Rally Islas Canarias, has been published.

    Taking place from 4-6 May, the event is running for the 41st time in 2017, and features 12 stages over a competitive distance of 207.29 kilometres.

    Action begins with the Qualifying Stage at 11h18 local time on 4 May, with the first competitive stage, San Mateo, getting underway at 10h48 on 5 May. The action concludes with the Las Vallas stage from 16h25 on 6 May.

    As well as counting for overall ERC, plus ERC2, ERC3 and ERC Ladies’ Trophy points, the rally is the second event of the new-for-2017 ERC Junior U27 and ERC Junior U28 championships. Click here to view the full itinerary.

  • Podcast: Lappi on his Toyota chance - WRC News

    Finn gives us the inside story before his Portugal debut

  • Snow joke for ERC champion Kajetanowicz - FIA ERC

    Kajetan Kajetanowicz’s preparations for round two of the FIA European Rally Championship didn’t go entirely to plan when it snowed during testing in his native Poland earlier this week.

    Kajetanowicz was testing his LOTOS Rally Team Ford Fiesta in his home town of Ustroń on Tuesday. However, rather than hoped-for warm and dry conditions, the weather was more wintry than spring-like with snow on the road.

    “We prepared for Rally Islas Canarias, a beautiful event with great weather conditions,” said the double ERC champion. “Unfortunately it was snowing on our test stage but it was a good day, we are ready to visit Gran Canaria.”

    Watch a short film of Kajetanowicz’s test by clicking here.

  • Hyundai WRC team pleased with Andres Mikkelsen's test performance -

    Hyundai Motorsport team manager Alain Penasse described Andreas Mikkelsen's first test of its i20 Coupe World Rally Car in Portugal on Friday as a positive experience for both parties

  • Toyota targets gravel progress - WRC News

    Team counting on car tweaks and its drivers' winning record

  • Hyundai: ‘We can’t rest’ - WRC News

    Hyundai boss asks team to build on Corsica triumph

  • PRE-EVENT TEST VIDEOS #1 YPF Rally Argentina 2017 (Fan Footage) - WRC News

    PRE-EVENT TEST VIDEOS #1 YPF Rally Argentina 2017 (Fan Footage)

  • Bouffier is back for ERC title push - FIA ERC

    Bryan Bouffier has become the latest title-winning driver to sign up for a season-long FIA European Rally Championship campaign.

    Following on from French champion Sylvain Michel’s decision earlier this week to prove his talent in the ERC, Bouffier is targeting a six-event programme in a Gemini Clinic Rally Team Ford Fiesta R5, starting with next month’s Rally Islas Canarias (4-6 May).

    The three-time ERC event winner, who has three Polish titles and one French title to his name and is a former winner of Rallye Monte-Carlo and Tour de Corse, placed fourth in last season’s European championship having finished second in 2013. He’s highly motivated to try to top the order in 2017.

    “It’s always good to fight for a championship,” said the 38-year-old Frenchman. “Last year the competition level was not so fantastic but this year it’s huge, the media coverage is always strong and the championship is affordable. We have a great opportunity and hopefully I can do a good job together with my team to be in a good position in the championship. I will push myself to be faster because the huge challenge means the motivation is there.”

    Bouffier’s exact programme following Rally Islas Canarias has yet to be announced but the events being considered are June’s gravel-based Cyprus Rally, the all-Tarmac Rally Rzeszow and Barum Czech Rally Zlín in August, Rally di Roma Capitale, which uses all-asphalt Italian stages in September, and the season-closing Rally Liepāja on fast Latvian gravel roads in October.

    “I did Rally Islas Canarias once in 2011 and although my result was not fantastic I remember it was a really amazing rally with so many spectators,” said Bouffier. “Even though Gran Canaria is not a big island, there were a lot of people on the stages and the weather was also nice. For the gravel rallies, it’s true I have more experience on Tarmac but I still feel I can do good results on gravel although I will need some practice because the last time was in 2014.”

    Jean-Baptiste Ley, the ERC Co-ordinator, said: “It’s great news that a driver of Bryan’s ability and professionalism has made this commitment to the ERC along with the Gemini Clinic Rally Team. Like Kajetan Kajetanowicz and Alexey Lukyanuk, Bryan is a potential champion but also a reference for the young talents in the ERC Junior Under 28 Championship to aim for.”

  • Argentina countdown - 2016 rewind - WRC News

    Paddon's 'stage of his life' secures landmark victory

  • WRC Factbook online - WRC News

    All the essential details from the WRC now available

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