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JOONA WINS CROATIA RALLY AFTER TURBULENT FINAL DAY

Lauri Joona and Mikael Korhonen became the latest crew to win an FIA Junior WRC Championship Rally and the 52nd different crew to do so in the history of the championship. The victory came in dramatic circumstances with the crew leading two stages of the rally which saw four different leaders

PIRELLI READY FOR A RALLY FINLAND WITH A TWIST

• WRC’s fastest stages return with a new date • Autumn brings potential for cold, damp, and wet surfaces • Soft compound the first choice for maximum grip Milan, September 28, 2021 – The FIA World Rally Championship drivers may face a different challenge than usual when they

RAPID ROVANPERÄ PULLS AWAY FOR TOYOTA GAZOO RACING

The TOYOTA GAZOO Racing World Rally Team’s young star Kalle Rovanperä produced another stunning performance on the longest day of the Acropolis Rally to win four stages and open up a lead of half-a-minute on his debut on the legendary event. With one day to go, the team still has

FINNISH DRIVER DOMINATES TO MOVE WELL CLEAR OF TÄNAK AND OGIER.

Kalle Rovanperä charged into a half-minute lead after a remarkable debut display at EKO Acropolis Rally Greece on Saturday. The 20-year-old, who scored his maiden FIA World Rally Championship victory in Estonia two months ago, is on course for his second after a blistering turn of speed on rocky mountain roads

M-SPORT FORD POISED FOR STRONG ACROPOLIS RESULT

A full day’s action on the Acropolis Rally saw M-Sport Ford World Rally Team drivers Adrien Fourmaux and Gus Greensmith continue to deliver strong performance and sure-footed progress through more than 130km of timed stages. The fabled Greek event, which has a history dating back to 1951, is known for

ACROPOLIS RALLY – DAY TWO REPORT

Hyundai Motorsport has ended the second day of Acropolis Rally, the ninth round of the 2021 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), firmly in the podium chase Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja completed Saturday’s running with an impressive stage win to increase their hold on second place, with a 9.4-second buffer

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