› With one stage to go during the final day of Rally Sweden, ŠKODA privateer Emil Lindholm and co-driver Mikael Korhonen are locked in a two-way fight for the WRC3 category win › During Saturday, Oliver Solberg and co-driver Aaron Johnston moved up to third position in the WRC3 category on
Elfyn Evans leads Rally Sweden by 17.2 seconds with only one stage remaining as he continues his impressive drive in the Toyota Yaris WRC. His team-mates Sébastien Ogier and Kalle Rovanperä are third and fourth overall respectively, with the two drivers separated by just 0.5s as they battle for a place on the podium tomorrow.
M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm have strengthened their fifth place at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – the second and only winter event in the FIA World Rally Championship – and kept the podium positions well within grasp Improving the set-up and continuing to drive well behind
Tom Kristensson is looking to repeat his 2019 Rally Sweden victory and keep the Junior WRC Rally Sweden winners list an all-Swedish affair after leading from the start line of Hof-Finnskog 1 on Friday and not looking back. Kristensson claimed the first stage win of the 2020 FIA Junior WRC Championship
› ŠKODA privateer Emil Lindholm and co-driver Mikael Korhonen head WRC3 category after the first competitive day of Rally Sweden, they are also quickest among the Rally2 cars› 18 years old Oliver Solberg and co-driver Aaron Johnston delivering a good performance on their debut with the ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo›
The TOYOTA GAZOO Racing World Rally Team has made a tremendous start to Rally Sweden, with Elfyn Evans leading after the opening day while his team-mates Kalle Rovanperä and Sébastien Ogier are also inside the top four. Car 33 (Elfyn Evans, Scott Martin) Although recent mild weather in the rally region means crews
M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Esapekka Lappi and Janne Ferm currently hold fifth place at this weekend’s Rally Sweden – the second and only winter event in the FIA World Rally Championship. Mild weather made for a reduced schedule and challenging conditions, but the Finns held their own – managing
The TOYOTA GAZOO Racing World Rally Team is ready to start the competitive action tomorrow on Rally Sweden, where the drivers are facing a different challenge this year with less snow and ice than usual covering the gravel stages. Car 69 (Kalle Rovanperä, Jonne Halttunen) This morning, the drivers completed shakedown runs over