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2019 WRC: Dominant Rally Chile victory boosts Ott Tanak's WRC title challenge
Posted by: ASkyler on Monday, May 13, 2019 - 06:37 AM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Dominant Rally Chile victory boosts Ott Tanak's WRC title challenge


Estonian reignites his title bid with the inaugural Copec Rally Chile victory.

Ott Tänak reignited his FIA World Rally Championship title bid with victory at the inaugural Copec Rally Chile on Sunday afternoon.

The Estonian led from the second of the 16 speed tests on Friday morning in a Toyota Yaris. He measured his pace on wet, slippery and foggy forest tracks to claim his second win of the season by 23.1sec from Sébastien Ogier.

Victory promoted him to second in the drivers’ standings after disappointing results at the previous two rounds. He lies 10 points behind new leader Ogier, who replaced Thierry Neuville at the top as the championship approaches its midpoint.


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2019 WRC: Tanak controls Rally Chile as WRC leader Neuville escapes huge crash
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, May 12, 2019 - 08:16 AM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Tanak controls Rally Chile as WRC leader Neuville escapes huge crash


The Estonian driver extends his lead after a dramatic Saturday in Chile.

Ott Tänak stayed on course for his second FIA World Rally Championship victory of the season after extending his lead at Copec Rally Chile on Saturday.

With one leg remaining, he led Sébastien Ogier by 30.3sec. A charging Sébastien Loeb rolled back the years to close to within 5.1sec of fellow Frenchman Ogier after a stirring drive on the fast gravel tracks.


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2019 WRC: Tanak recovers from early mistake to dominate Rally Chile
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, May 11, 2019 - 07:35 AM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Tanak recovers from early mistake to dominate Rally Chile


The Estonian builds a big lead after a strong perfomance on Friday afternoon.

Ott Tänak shrugged aside an early error to hold a comfortable lead at the end of Friday’s fascinating opening leg of Copec Rally Chile.

The Toyota Yaris driver won three of the six speed tests on slippery forest roads south of Concepción to head Sébastien Ogier by 22.4sec. Team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala was a further 6.4sec back in third.


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2019 WRC: Excitement builds as Chile becomes 32nd country to host a WRC round
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, May 09, 2019 - 06:34 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Excitement builds as Chile becomes 32nd country to host a WRC round


Neuville chases a hat-trick of wins to extend lead at top of overall standings.

Chile’s graduation this week as the 32nd country to host an FIA World Rally Championship round adds an intriguing new aspect to an already captivating title battle.

Thierry Neuville chases a hat-trick of wins to extend his 10-point series lead after success in Corsica and Argentina. But Copec Rally Chile’s debut throws up a raft of questions and challenges that will only start to be answered when the action begins on Friday (10 May).


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2019 WRC: Neuville increases WRC lead to 10 points with Rally Argentina win
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, April 28, 2019 - 06:29 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Neuville increases WRC lead to 10 points with Rally Argentina win


Belgian cruises to victory with Mikkelsen second and title rival Ogier third.

Thierry Neuville extended his FIA World Rally Championship lead to 10 points by completing back-to-back wins at Xion Rally Argentina on Sunday afternoon.

Neuville, who moved into the series lead with victory in France last month, finished 48.4sec clear of Hyundai i20 team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen.

He seized the lead late in Friday’s rain-soaked opening leg when a broken driveshaft sent Ott Tänak into a time-consuming spin. He fended off the hard-charging Estonian on Saturday before an alternator problem ended Tänak’s hopes for good and left Neuville clear.

The Belgian eased through Sunday’s final three speed tests in the rough and rugged Traslasierra Mountains, near host town Villa Carlos Paz, to secure his second Argentine win in three seasons.

“I’m feeling great and we can be proud of what we’ve done. We had a fantastic car all weekend and I felt very comfortable. The entire team is working hard and we can see the progress. The result is good for the championship but upcoming events could be tougher,” he said.

Second for Mikkelsen at this fifth round of 14 represented a welcome change of form for the Norwegian. It was his first podium since Sweden in February 2018, coming on his return to the team after being axed for the previous round.

Sébastien Ogier snatched third in a Citroën C3, a further 16.4sec behind, in a dramatic finale in the iconic El Condór speed test. He
overhauled Kris Meeke who struggled with a puncture in his Toyota Yaris for the final 5km. The gap between them was 1.4sec.

Ogier’s charge through El Condór also earned maximum bonus points in the Wolf Power Stage.

Meeke had earlier fought back after a 10sec time penalty late on Saturday for taking the wrong route demoted him to fifth from a podium place. The fired-up Briton quickly saw off Dani Sordo and Ogier this morning to reclaim third, only to fall back again.

It was a disappointing day for Spaniard Sordo. The i20 driver struggled for pace and slipped from fourth to sixth. He was also demoted by Jari-Matti Latvala, the Finn taking fifth in a Yaris on his 200th WRC start.

The championship remains in South America for round six. Copec Rally Chile makes its first appearance in the WRC on May 8-12. The gravel road encounter is based in Concepción.

Final positions:
1. T Neuville / N Gilsoul BEL Hyundai i20 3hr 20min 54.6sec
2. A Mikkelsen / A Jaeger-Amland NOR Hyundai i20 +48.4sec
3. S Ogier / J Ingrassia FRA Citroën C3 +1min 04.8sec
4. K Meeke / S Marshall GBR Toyota Yaris +1min 06.2sec
5. J-M Latvala / M Anttila FIN Toyota Yaris +1min 21.1sec
6. D Sordo / C del Barrio ESP Hyundai i20 +1min 26.7sec

FIA World Rally Championship (after round 5 of 14)
1. T Neuville 110pts
2. S Ogier 100pts
3. O Tänak 82pts

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2019 WRC: Belgian Neuville clear after Tanak exits on Saturday at Rally Argentina
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 07:51 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Belgian Neuville clear after Tanak exits on Saturday at Rally Argentina


Championship leader extends lead over rivals heading into Sunday finale.

Thierry Neuville held a comfortable lead at the end of Saturday’s second leg of Xion Rally Argentina after a troubled day for closest rivals Ott Tänak and Sébastien Ogier.

He ended the longest leg of this fifth round of the FIA World Rally Championship with a 45.7sec advantage over Hyundai i20 team-mate Andreas Mikkelsen on a stellar day for the Korean manufacturer.

Neuville fended off a charging Tänak this morning after the Estonian made light work of demoting Ogier and climbing to second. His lead was slashed to less than seven seconds, but Tänak's attack ended when his Toyota Yaris stopped with alternator problems.

Earlier Ogier broke his Citroën C3's power steering after hitting a stone gate pillar when he became confused over which route to follow at a cattle grid. He dropped almost a minute and their demise left Neuville on course for a second straight WRC win.


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2019 WRC: Neuville grabs late Friday lead in dramatic Rally Argentina final
Posted by: ASkyler on Saturday, April 27, 2019 - 09:25 AM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Neuville grabs late Friday lead in dramatic Rally Argentina final


Championship leader forges gap ahead of title rivals Ogier and Tänak.

Thierry Neuville seized a last-gasp lead in Friday’s captivating opening leg of Xion Rally Argentina.

The FIA World Rally Championship leader snatched the initiative from Ott Tänak when a broken driveshaft on the Estonian's Toyota Yaris sent him into a time-consuming spin near the finish of the final speed test.

Tanak's lead was wiped out and fastest time for Neuville promoted the Hyundai i20 driver into a 11.9sec advantage over Sébastien Ogier's Citroën C3. Tänak was a further 1.5sec behind in third.


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2019 WRC: Tense title fight enters vital period at the atmospheric Rally Argentina
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 05:38 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Tense title fight enters vital period at the atmospheric Rally Argentina


Almost a million fans expected to witness the tough battle on the gravel roads.

Just five points blanket the leading three drivers as the FIA World Rally Championship embarks on a crucial phase of five fixtures on gravel, the series’ dominant surface, in Argentina.

Thierry Neuville edged into a two-point lead over Sébastien Ogier after snatching a dramatic late victory in Corsica last month. Former leader Ott Tänak slipped to third, a further three points adrift, after four of the 14 rounds.

The middle third of the campaign starts on Xion Rally Argentina’s (25 - 29 April) dirt roads. It is the first of a south American double-header which continues when Copec Rally Chile (9 - 12 May) makes its WRC bow on the other side of the Andes Mountains two weeks later.


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2019 WRC: Neuville snatches victory from Evans at Tour de Corse
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, March 31, 2019 - 07:00 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Neuville snatches victory from Evans at Tour de Corse


Late puncture causes heartbreak for British driver as Belgian retains overall championship lead.

Thierry Neuville grabbed a dramatic victory at Corsica linea - Tour de Corse on Sunday afternoon after final stage heartbreak for Elfyn Evans.

Neuville was en route to the podium ceremony in Calvi believing he had finished second when he discovered leader Evans had punctured a tyre in the final speed test.


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2019 WRC: Thierry Neuville springs to surprise lead at Tour de Corse
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, March 31, 2019 - 07:09 AM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Thierry Neuville springs to surprise lead at Tour de Corse


The Belgian snatched lead after dramatic finale to the longest day of the season.

Neuville heads into Sunday’s closing leg with a 4.5sec advantage after charging ahead of leader Elfyn Evans in the marathon 47km Castagniccia speed test which ended the day.

Evans started the test with an 11.5sec advantage in his Ford Fiesta after his frantic tussle for the lead with Ott Tänak ended in the previous special stage. The Toyota Yaris driver conceded two minutes after stopping to change a punctured tyre.


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2019 WRC: Evans leads Tour de Corse despite late fright
Posted by: ASkyler on Friday, March 29, 2019 - 09:34 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Evans leads Tour de Corse despite late fright


The Brit's Corsica linea lead marred by controversial end to opening leg.

He started the final speed test leading Ott Tänak by 4.5sec in his Ford Fiesta, but was inadvertently delayed for nearly a minute after catching a limping Kris Meeke near the end.

Elfyn Evans finished nearly 11sec slower than Tänak, provisionally plunging to third and promoting the Toyota Yaris driver to first. However, officials credited Evans with the same time as the Estonian, restoring him to first with an unchanged advantage.


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2019 WRC: Ogier confident and ready for his happy hunting ground in Corsica
Posted by: ASkyler on Thursday, March 28, 2019 - 07:38 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Ogier confident and ready for his happy hunting ground in Corsica


Frenchman aims to maintain the Citroën transformation at the Tour de Corse.

Sébastien Ogier carries an air of confidence into this week’s Corsica linea - Tour de Corse (28 - 31 March) as he aims to maintain Citroën’s remarkable WRC transformation at one of his happy hunting grounds.

The Frenchman was peerless on the tricky and technical asphalt 12 months ago. He led throughout to score his second win in three seasons in Corsica’s mountains en route to a sixth world title.

Having returned to Citroën Racing for 2019, the 35-year-old has breathed new life into the squad which finished bottom of the FIA World Rally Championship last year.


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2019 WRC attendances top four million for second straight season
Posted by: ASkyler on Friday, March 22, 2019 - 06:51 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC attendances top four million for second straight season


The number of fans attending last season’s thrilling FIA World Rally Championship exceeded four million for the second consecutive year.

Figures compiled by individual rallies from ticket sales and local authority information reveal an attendance of more than 4.1 million fans across the 13 rounds - a remarkable average of 315,000 for each WRC weekend.

Since WRC Promoter took ownership of the championship’s commercial rights at the start of 2013, attendances have surged from 3.1 million across the same number of rounds - a rise of more than 30 percent.

As in 2017, rallies in Argentina, Portugal and Mexico were again the best-attended, while the traditional season-opening Rallye Monte-Carlo has more than doubled its crowd figure to nearly 200,000 since 2013.


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2019 WRC: Ogier captures fifth Rally Mexico win to peg back leader Tanak
Posted by: ASkyler on Monday, March 11, 2019 - 07:14 PM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Ogier captures fifth Rally Mexico win to peg back leader Tanak


Frenchman holds off Estonian to cut title gap to four points heading to Corsica.

Sébastien Ogier claimed his fifth Rally Guanajuato Mexico victory on Sunday afternoon to eat into Ott Tänak’s early season FIA World Rally Championship advantage.

Ogier never relinquished the lead after moving his Citroën C3 to the front of the four-day encounter on Friday afternoon. He headed Tänak by 30.2sec after the Estonian outgunned Elfyn Evans in a final-day fight for second.

His 46th career success was achieved with a third different manufacturer after previous victories with Volkswagen and Ford.

Scorching heat and tough gravel tracks in mountains near León ensured a rally of attrition, but Ogier delivered a measured display for his second consecutive Mexico triumph.


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2019 WRC: Evans and Tanak stay in hunt for win on gravel behind relieved Ogier
Posted by: ASkyler on Sunday, March 10, 2019 - 09:42 AM
WRC Rally News 2010
2019 WRC: Evans and Tanak stay in hunt for win on gravel behind relieved Ogier


Frenchman on course for fifth Rally Mexico glory after Saturday confusion.

Sébastien Ogier remained on course for a fifth Rally Guanajuato Mexico victory after recovering the lead following a mad morning in the mountains on Saturday.

The Citroën C3 driver ended the penultimate leg with a 27.0sec lead over Elfyn Evans as fierce heat and tough gravel roads continued to take a toll on the FIA World Rally Championship contenders.

Ogier's overnight advantage was wiped out in a dramatic opening Guanajuatito speed test during the morning.

Team-mate Esapekka Lappi slid his C3 into a ditch 800 metres from the finish, coming to rest partially blocking the track. Kris Meeke and Evans squeezed by before organisers curtailed the stage for safety reasons.


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Rally News Archive
· 2019 WRC: Dominant Rally Chile victory boosts Ott Tanak's WRC title challenge (May 13, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Tanak controls Rally Chile as WRC leader Neuville escapes huge crash (May 12, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Tanak recovers from early mistake to dominate Rally Chile (May 11, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Excitement builds as Chile becomes 32nd country to host a WRC round (May 09, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Neuville increases WRC lead to 10 points with Rally Argentina win (Apr 28, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Belgian Neuville clear after Tanak exits on Saturday at Rally Argentina (Apr 27, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Neuville grabs late Friday lead in dramatic Rally Argentina final (Apr 27, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Tense title fight enters vital period at the atmospheric Rally Argentina (Apr 25, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Neuville snatches victory from Evans at Tour de Corse (Mar 31, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Thierry Neuville springs to surprise lead at Tour de Corse (Mar 31, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Evans leads Tour de Corse despite late fright (Mar 29, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Ogier confident and ready for his happy hunting ground in Corsica (Mar 28, 2019)
· 2019 WRC attendances top four million for second straight season (Mar 22, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Ogier captures fifth Rally Mexico win to peg back leader Tanak (Mar 11, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Evans and Tanak stay in hunt for win on gravel behind relieved Ogier (Mar 10, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Composed Ogier leads after drama-filled Friday at Rally Mexico (Mar 09, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Championship leader Tanak faces dirt road trial in Mexico (Mar 07, 2019)
· WRC confirms record TV figures from thrilling 2018 campaign (Mar 06, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Estonian Government backs WRC promotional rally scheme (Mar 01, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Ice-cool Tanak wins in Sweden to lead World Rally Championship (Feb 18, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Ott Tanak controls Rally Sweden after Suninen exit (Feb 17, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Finn Masters Forest Roads And Snow For Slender Lead Over Estonian Tanak (Feb 15, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Flying Finn Latvala to break WRC record when Rally Sweden starts (Feb 14, 2019)
· 2019 WRC: Ogier claims sixth straight Monte Carlo win in thrilling finale (Jan 27, 2019)
· Ogier and Neuville deliver battle royale at close Rally Monte-Carlo (Jan 27, 2019)
· Rallye Monte-Carlo advantage to Alpine master Ogier (Jan 25, 2019)
· Ott Tanak sets early pace in Monte-Carlo after tricky opening leg (Jan 25, 2019)
· WRC seals key broadcast deals for new season (Dec 17, 2018)
· Dakar 100 Percent in Peru, Dakar 100 Percent Challenge (Dec 04, 2018)
· WRC woos global TV elite at Sportel convention (Oct 19, 2018)
· Chile steps up to expanded 2019 WRC calendar (Oct 13, 2018)
· Wolf signs up as official WRC partner from 2019 (Sep 21, 2018)
· WRC Promoter agrees partnership with PMI insurance experts (Sep 14, 2018)
· WRC crowns rally driver Armstrong eSports world champion (Aug 23, 2018)
· Paulo Goncalves: 'The Goal Is To Reach The 2019 Dakar Stronger Than Ever' (Jul 27, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Legendary Safari Rally moves closer to WRC comeback (Jun 22, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Citroen Racing WRT Terminates Participation of Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle (May 24, 2018)
· Suninen soars to new heights in Portugal after scrapping F1 dream (May 22, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Portugal victory sees Neuville regain championship lead from Ogier (May 20, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Neuville doubles lead at Rally de Portugal to boost title hopes (May 19, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Thierry Neuville leads after a crazy opening day at Rally de Portugal (May 18, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Argentina hero Ott Tanak targets dominant win on Portugal grave (May 18, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Seven key workout tips to become a title-challenging WRC driver (May 16, 2018)
· One million fans no problem for ex-rally star Mouton in Argentina (May 06, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Masterful Tanak off the mark for Toyota with Argentina cruise (Apr 29, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Tanak supreme in Argentina as rivals have no answer on Saturday (Apr 29, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Tanak leaves rivals floundering in Argentina to claim Friday lead (Apr 28, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Sebastien Ogier bids to complete CV with elusive victory in Argentina (Apr 27, 2018)
· Sebastien Loeb details his busy week changing from WRC to WRX (Apr 09, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Three wins from four for Ogier after impressive Corsica victory (Apr 08, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Sebastien Ogier extends lead and in comfort zone on Corsica's asphalt (Apr 07, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Sebastien Ogier reigns supreme on Corsica's Mediterranean mountain road (Apr 06, 2018)
· Spirited Ogier recaptures title lead with fourth Mexico victory (Mar 12, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Ogier springs clear on dramatic day in Mexico after Loeb puncture (Mar 11, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Sensational comeback for Loeb as Frenchman pushes Sordo hard (Mar 10, 2018)
· WRC global television audience achieves five-year high (Mar 06, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Cool Neuville nets Sweden victory to claim overall lead from Ogier (Feb 18, 2018)
· 2018 WRC: Neuville opens up gap to chasing pack after super Saturday (Feb 17, 2018)
· Flying Finn Jari-Matti Latvala targets fifth Swedish win in the snow (Feb 15, 2018)
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· Ogiers title defence begins at home (Jan 26, 2018)
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· 2017 WRC: Mexico City's iconic heart beats to WRC rally rhythm (Feb 24, 2017)
· Ogier seals fourth straight Monte-Carlo win (Jan 23, 2017)
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· Overdrive Racing's Roma Climbs To Third Overall As De Villiers Is Third Fastest Into Uyuni (Jan 10, 2017)
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