At the FIA World Rally Championship’s seventh round, reigning WRC2 champion Andreas Mikkelsen and co-driver Torstein Eriksen celebrate third category win of the season.
› Andreas Mikkelsen takes lead in WRC2 Drivers’ classification from Kajetan Kajetanowicz (ŠKODA FABIA Rally2 evo), who finishes in fifth position
› Finns Emil Lindholm/Reeta Hämäläinen drive a
Croatia Rally – Day Three Report
• Hyundai Motorsport has secured a double podium finish in Croatia Rally, the third round of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), after an action-packed weekend • Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja scored their first podium of the season with a strong drive to
Croatia Rally – Day Two Report
• Hyundai Motorsport continues to hold second place in Croatia Rally, round three of the 2022 FIA World Rally Championship, with a reduced gap of 19.9 seconds to the leading crew • Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja head up the team’s charge, with fourth-placed Thierry
ACI Rally Monza: New WRC2 Champion Andreas Mikkelsen leads ŠKODA squad into “finale grande”
Mladá Boleslav, 16 November 2021 – For the second time in a row, the famous Formula One circuit of Monza in Italy hosts the finale of the FIA World Rally Championship.
ACI Rally Monza (19–21 November) welcomes
Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing completed three days of testing in northern Italy with the i20 N Rally2 last week, focused on developing base set-ups for the new car Working through set-up changes,
Hyundai Motorsport celebrates title-winning era as WRC opens new
Hyundai Motorsport bids a fond farewell to the WRC’s current generation of technical regulations (2017-2021), in which the team claimed two manufacturers’ titlesThe Alzenau-based squad’s Hyundai
Hyundai Motorsport has strengthened its lead in Rally de España, the 11th round of the 12-event FIA World Rally Championship (WRC)Thierry Neuville scored six stage wins out of Saturday’s seven stages to increase his advantage
Twenty-year-old Finn is youngest FIA World Rally Championship event winner. Kalle Rovanperä made history as the youngest winner of an FIA World Rally Championship round on Sunday after a masterful drive at Rally Estonia.
The 20-year-old Finn is more than two years younger than countryman Jari-Matti Latvala, now his team principal
Double victory for ŠKODA crews at Rally Estonia, seventh round of the FIA World Rally Championship.