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French driver Sebastien Loeb waves to supporters after winning the WRC Argentina Rally. Photo: AFP Nine-time world champion Sebastien Loeb won the Rally of Argentina for the eighth time on Saturday, cruising to victory in his Citroen. Fellow French
France's Sebastien Loeb won the Rally of Argentina for the eighth year in a row in a Citroen on Saturday. The nine-times world champion, who is not defending his title this season as he is competing in only a limited programme of events, beat
French driver Sebastien Ogier, in a Volkswagen Polo, held on to his overall lead in the Rally of Argentina after the second day's first two special stages yesterday. Ogier, who heads the world championship driver standings and claimed his third win
The eight-time national champion is expected to kick off his American tour at the Oregon Trail Rally scheduled for May 3 to 5, followed by the Susquehannock Trail Rally (May 21 to June 1), the New England Forest Rally (July 26 to 27), the Ojibwe
New Zealand's top rally duo Hayden Paddon and John Kennard took a handsome victory at this weekend's Drivesouth Rally Otago with their winning margin of more than four minutes over nearest competitors Richard and Sara Mason...It's been pretty tough
Former Production World Rally champion Hayden Paddon is back in action this weekend but not on his preferred stage. The 25-year-old will be back behind the wheel of his Evo9 at Rally Otago while his team management continue to stitch a deal together
After nearly two decades of building a career racing cars on rough terrains, retired French rally legend Jean Ragnotti decided to slow down his pace, choosing to make Malaysia his home a place where he says he can live permanently on vacation.
Hayden Paddon's 2013 World Rally Championship campaign has been put on ice because of a funding shortfall. Paddon is hoping to return to the world circuit later this year, but the Kiwi ace will not be embarking on a full season in either the top-tier
Former Formula One driver Robert Kubica will drive a Citroen in the European and world rally championships this year as he continues his comeback from a near-fatal rally accident. The Pole, who last raced in Formula One in 2010, said he had decided
Results Sunday from the Rally Sweden: After 22 of 22 stages 1. Sebastien Ogier, France, VW, 3 hours, 11 minutes, 41.9 seconds.