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French Citroen WRC pilot Sebastien Loeb is pictured in action in July 2010. Loeb remains on course to win the Rally of Germany for an eighth time after ending Saturday's second leg with a 35.7 second advantage over Citroen teammate Dani Sordo.
The Mitsubishi driver will make his tarmac debut at this weekend's Rally Germany and is excited about the opportunity. "This morning the whole team headed out to the official test, and for us our first chance to drive our Pirelli Evo X on tarmac
Five victories, by four drivers, on three continents, over two days...Sprint Cup, Chinese Touring Cars and X Games rally competition. "It's a great example of how our product is winning the world over," said Jim Farley, Ford group vice president of
Wake up call After having the honour of opening the rally by running first on the road on Thursday night Peter and Calvin soon had a wake up call when they had a minor off road excursion on the first corner of Friday's opening stage. However this was
Jari-Matti Latvala, right, the Finn driver, has handled pressure remarkably well for his age. Osman Orsal / Reuters You could be forgiven for thinking it is the same old story when you look at the World Rally Championship drivers table. Sebastien
Ogier finished second with team-mate and championship leader Sebastien Loeb from France in third. Loeb's bid for a seventh world title remains on course as he leads the standings with 166 points, 48 ahead of Ogier. Latvala jumps ahead of his team-
Australian rally driver Chris Atkinson driving a Proton Satria Neo Super 2000 won the Rally Car vs. Helicopter Race' held at the Sunshine Coast airport in Queensland, Australia recently...Proton in a statement Friday said 80 entries comprising the
Azar Anwar leads a group of 40 drivers, eight of whom are drawn in the Two Wheel Drive class...Anthony Nielsen is back with Wladoil as his new sponsors while veteran Ian Duncan will be out for a few weeks following an injury he sustained in a
Stories The engineer, Terry Stamper from the Prodrive factory, was in the team that built Colin McRae's World Rally Championship-winning car in mid 1990s. He worked on Khan's car's turbo system to tackle Nakuru, which is 2,104 metres above sea level.
I don't think the world championship will lack interest as the arrival of a new generation of cars will redistribute the cards between the constructors." The 36-year-old has been the dominant force in the world rally championship in recent years, and