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TARGETING NEW HEIGHTS

M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Esapekka Lappi, Teemu Suninen and Gus Greensmith will be targeting new heights when the FIA World Rally Championship turns to gravel at next week’s Rally Mexico. The EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRC has a strong track record at this breath-taking event – never finishing shy of the

FIA RALLY STAR: LOOKING FOR TOMORROW’S CHAMPIONS

The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile is proud to announce FIA ​​Rally Star, a global, FIF-funded program to detect, train and develop talented young drivers. Spotted by the National Sporting Authorities, the best young people between 17 and 25 years old will eventually be able to join the World Rally Championship, benefiting

KATSUTA’S LEARNING CONTINUES IN UNFAMILIAR RALLY SWEDEN CONDITIONS

TOYOTA GAZOO Racing WRC Challenge Program driver Takamoto Katsuta gained more new experiences on another demanding event as he finished Rally Sweden in ninth place overall. Katsuta/Barritt Rally Sweden is usually known as the FIA World Rally Championship’s only event held in full winter conditions. However, there were mild temperatures and a lack of snow in

KRISTENSSON DOES THE DOUBLE

Tom Kristensson did the double at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – securing victory on the opening round of the FIA Junior WRC Championship for the second year in succession. Setting three fastest stage times, Kristensson used his local knowledge to full effect to secure the victory with an impressive 37.8

SECOND SUCCESSIVE WRC2 WIN FOR THE C3 R5!

After taking a clean sweep of the top five places in the RC2 category at last month’s Rallye Monte-Carlo, the C3 R5 again demonstrated its competitiveness as Mads Østberg and Torstein Eriksen claimed victory in the WRC2 class in Sweden. With this second successive win, secured on stages that were

FOURMAUX AND YATES SHOW FORM

M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Adrien Fourmaux and Rhys Yates secured fourth and fifth places at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – their EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta R5 MkIIs both showing form as they went head-to-head in the FIA World Rally Championship’s premier support series, WRC 2. Securing fourth place, Fourmaux and co-driver

LAPPI TAKES FIFTH IN SWEDEN

M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm have secured fifth place at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – the second event in the FIA World Rally Championship. Learning more about their EcoBoost-powered Ford Fiesta WRC and perfecting the set-up as the weekend progressed, the Finns got better and better

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