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  • Jari-Matti's Swedish quartet - WRC News

    Four of his 17 career wins have been on snow

  • Video: Rally Sweden - Tech Check - WRC News

    Video: Rally Sweden Tech Check

  • Loeb stays at Team Peugeot-Hansen for WorldRX 2017 - Crash.Net

    Rally star Sebastien Loeb has retained his place in the Team Peugoet-Hansen squad for the 2017 World Rallycross championship

  • Meireles registers ERC Azores intent with home win as Moura shines - FIA ERC

    Pedro Meireles has marked himself out as a likely frontrunner on the opening round of the 2017 FIA European Rally Championship, the Azores Airlines Rallye, following his success on Rali Serras de Fafe yesterday (Sunday).

    While his plans for next month’s Azores Airlines Rallye are unclear at this stage, as a combined Portuguese championship and ERC qualifier, Meireles is expected to take part on the spectacular gravel event when he will no doubt be one to watch in the ŠKODA Fabia R5 he shares with co-driver Mário Castro.

    Meireles took victory on Rali Serras de Fafe, the first event of the Portuguese championship season, by almost one minute ahead of José Pedro Fontes (Citroën DS3 R5) and João Barros (Ford Fiesta R5).

    However, Meireles will be hard pushed to beat 2016 Azores Airlines Rallye winner Ricardo Moura, who was in front by more than a minute having gone fastest on all stages up to that point when he was forced to retire on stage 11, which also accounted for ERC Junior U28 contender Pepe López in a Peugeot Rally Academy 208 T16.

    The Azores Airlines Rallye takes place from 30 March-1 April on the island of São Miguel. Meireles and Castro finished sixth overall on the event last year (pictured).

  • WRC Gallery - Rally Sweden - WRC News

    We pick our favourite photographs from round two

  • Stat Sunday: the ERC winners of 2010 - FIA ERC

    Luca Rossetti bettered his 2008 season when he won the FIA European Rally Championship for the first time with three victories, this time taking four to seal title number two in 2010.

    He was once again co-driven by Matteo Chiarcossi, albeit swapping Peugeot 207 Super 2000 power for an Abarth Grande Punto S2000. Czech Jan Kopecký was the only other driver to score more than a single win during the season with two to his name.

    Here’s the full list of ERC-registered winners in 2010:

    Rally 1000 Miglia: Rossetti/Chiarcossi, Abarth Grande Punto S2000
    Croatia Delta Rally: Rossetti/Chiarcossi, Abarth Grande Punto S2000
    Rally Poland: Kajetanowicz/J Baran, Subaru Impreza STI N14
    Belgium Geko Ypres Rally: Kopecký/Starý, ŠKODA Fabia S2000
    Bosphorus Rally: Rossetti/Chiarcossi, Abarth Grande Punto S2000
    Rali Vinho da Madeira: Kopecký/Starý, ŠKODA Fabia S2000
    Barum Czech Rally Zlín: Bouffier/Panseri, Peugeot 207 S2000
    Rallye Principe de Asturias: L Fontana/Casazza, Peugeot 207 S2000
    Elpa Rally: Protasov/Aftanaziv, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX
    Rallye d’Antibes: Betti/D’Amore, Peugeot 207 S2000
    Rallye International du Valais: Rossetti/Chiarcossi, Abarth Grande Punto S2000

  • Key timings revealed for ERC Azores Airlines Rallye - FIA ERC

    The Azores Airlines Rallye opens the 2017 FIA European Rally Championship season from 30 March-1 April. Here are the key dates.

    2 March: Initial closing date for entries

    9 March: Final closing date for entries

    27 March: Private testing available

    28-29 March: Reconnaissance

    30 March: Leg one starts

    31 March: Leg one continues

    1 April: Leg two and finish

    Click here for more information.


  • Citroën: 'We have work to do' - WRC News

    Citroën Racing boss reflects on difficult start to 2017

  • Bostanci and Bunaz test to be best in ERC - FIA ERC

    Murat Bostanci and Bugra Bunaz began their preparations for this season’s FIA European Rally Championship with a test for Castrol Ford Team Turkey in Istanbul yesterday (Thursday).

    Each driver completed approximately 100 kilometres and spent time trying out various set-ups. Bostanci was at the wheel of a Ford Fiesta R5 with Bunaz driving a Fiesta R2. An engineer from M-Sport, the company behind both cars, was present.

    Bostanci revealed late last season his desire to step up to R5 machinery in 2017 although details of his programme won’t be revealed until early next month when Bunaz’s plans for the upcoming season will also be announced.

    Castrol Ford Team Turkey head Serdar Bostanci said: "We are making the final touches to our 2017 ERC schedule as well as technical programme. This year the championship is quite challenging, especially logistically. We are trying to come up with a good calendar of events to be as competitive as we can in our first year."

  • Rally Sweden key to move on from Monte Carlo tragedy for Paddon -

    Hyundai World Rally Championship driver Hayden Paddon says his Rally Sweden points finish helped him move forward from the Monte Carlo accident in which a spectator died

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