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Daily Archives: June 15th, 2010

In order to prepare for the second half of the FIA World Rally Championship, which is held largely on asphalt, the Citroën Junior Team entered two C4 WRCs on the Rally della Lanterna – which took place close to Genoa during the weekend. Kimi Räikkönen and Kaj Lindstrom led for the majority of the rally, with Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia clinching the victory in the final stages. For the first time in its history, the Citroën Junior Team sealed a one-two. Read More »

This weekend round four of the 2010 Citroën Racing Trophy (CRT) Ireland heads to the North West for the Donegal International Rally. Once again there is an impressive line-up of eight Citroën C2 R2 Max’s for what is also the fourth round of the Citroën Irish Tarmac Rally Championship. Read More »

The 2010 Dunlop/ MSA British Historic Rally Championship continues on Sunday (20 June) with round four, the Rally Marketing Mid Wales Historic Stages.

Despite coming at the busiest time of the calendar, a strong field will tackle the classic stages of Hafren and Myherin as used on Wales Rally GB in November. The rally also marks the end of the first batch of gravel rallies in the BHRC, with three asphalt events coming next through the summer months. Read More »

Partnership Agreements between United Business Sport & Events (Salice Terme – Italy) and MRC Sports (Rjieka – Croatia) for the promotion and
organization of the 3th Rally Novi Vinodolski – Croatia

The 3th Rally Novi Vinodolski ( will take place on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th of June in Novi Vinodolski.(, a tourist resort city only 100 km from Trieste, which is located in the central part of the northern Croatian coast. Read More »

Damian Cole and Craig Drew took their Kumho-shod Ford Focus WRC to a well-deserved 13.3 second victory in the Jim Clark National Rally of May 28/29.

Matters could have been very different though, as the pair were lying in last place at the end of the first stage due to gear selection problems. Read More »

Forty years of Ford motorsport success will be represented when old meets new at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Leading the charge will be the victorious Ford Escort driven by Hannu Mikkola and Gunnar Palm in the 1970 London– Mexico rally. Starting from Wembley Stadium, where England won the 1966 World Cup, the race finished 16,000 gruelling miles later in Mexico City, host to the 1970 World Cup. Read More »