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Daily Archives: July 20th, 2010

Sébastien Loeb will again compete in the 2011 FIA World Rally Championship with Citroën Racing for which he has driven since 2001. The team has also renewed its confidence in Sébastien Ogier for the next three seasons as he earns a promotion from the Citroën Junior Team.

The 2011 FIA World Rally Championship will mark a turning point in the history of the sport with the arrival of the new generation 4-wheel-drive 1600 cc turbo-powered cars. Having won five Manufacturers’ World Championship titles since 2003, Citroën is confident the winning streak can continue with Loeb and Ogier at the wheel. Read More »

Saab 96 & V4 (Rally Giants Series)

By Graham Robson

The front-wheel-drive Saab 96 made the brand into a rally icon in the 1960s. It succeeded in events as diverse as the Monte Carlo, Britain’s RAC Rally, special stage events in every Scandinavian country, and the rough-and-tough Spa-Sofia-Liége marathon. Read More »

– ALMC Stages Rally – 18th July 2010
– Sam Moffett takes first Evo Challenge victory and jointly leads series
– Brendan Cumiskey and Geoff McMahon overcome ‘issues’ to finish in second and third places
– Neil McCance retires after a brake disc shatters
– Changing weather creates difficult conditions Read More »

The Spanish team ASM Motorsport comes to the equator of the season adding several absolute victories and with options to fight until the end in all the championships in which his pilots are taking part. Two consecutive victories in the Spanish Cup of Historical Cars do that Manuel Bobes and Antonio Sainz, are leader’s in this championship, adding the Ferran Font’s second position in FIA European Historic Rally Championship. Read More »