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– Hyundai Motorsport has claimed its first victory of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) in impressive style with a 1-3 result at Tour de Corse
– Thierry Neuville picked up his third career victory for Hyundai Motorsport with a faultless performance, winning the rally with a 55-second margin over Sébastien Ogier
– Dani Sordo narrowly missed out on second place by just 1.3s but claimed his first podium of the season. Hayden Paddon took sixth as all three Hyundai i20 Coupe WRCs finished. Read More »

– The World Rally Championship (WRC) returns to Tour de Corse for the second time in six months as Corsica plays host to the fourth round of the 2017 season
– Following its podium finish on the Mexican gravel, Hyundai Motorsport is aiming to hit the ground running in the French island, the first full tarmac rally of the season
– The team finished second in Corsica last season, so hopes are high that the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC can show a similar level of performance – and fight at the front of the field. Read More »

– Hayden Paddon took second overall on his competitive debut on Rallye Sanremo, his first competitive event in the New Generation i20 R5
– Gaining in confidence on tarmac throughout the rally, the event helped Paddon prepare for the stages of the Tour de Corse next weekend
– Battling against more experienced local crews in Sanremo, Paddon and co-driver Seb Marshall were fastest on the longest stage of the event on Friday night.

Hayden Paddon fought to second overall at Rallye Sanremo, as he made his debut at the event, and at the wheel of the New Generation i20 R5. Read More »

– Hyundai Motorsport World Rally Championship (WRC) driver Hayden Paddon will contest Rallye Sanremo in a New Generation i20 R5
– The event will form part of Hayden’s preparations for the Tour de Corse, as he continues to improve his consistency on tarmac
– He will be joined by co-driver Seb Marshall who will be his full time co-driver after Rally Finland. Read More »

– Hyundai Motorsport has claimed its first podium finish of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) as Thierry Neuville clinched third in Rally México
– Hayden Paddon completed the rally in fifth place to score important Championship points
– Neuville won the Power Stage to take five extra points with Dani Sordo also scoring. Hyundai Motorsport took six stage wins in total in Mexico Read More »

– Hyundai Motorsport is searching for its first podium finish of the season at Rally Mexico, the third round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC)
– Having already demonstrated its potential with the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC in the opening rounds, Hyundai Motorsport will aim to claim first top-three finish in Mexico since 2014
– Hayden Paddon, Thierry Neuville and Dani Sordo make up the team’s three-car line up, competing in cars #4, #5 and #6 respectively. Read More »

– Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC revealed in special launch event for media at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy
– Hyundai Motorsport drivers Thierry Neuville, Hayden Paddon and Dani Sordo will contest all 13 rounds of the 2017 Championship with the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC

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hyundai-australia16a– Hyundai Motorsport has claimed a podium finish in Rally Australia, the final round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) with Thierry Neuville in third place
– Hayden Paddon took fourth with Dani Sordo just 1.6s behind in fifth. Neuville and Sordo both picked up extra points for finishing second and third respectively in the Power Stage
– The result secures second in the Drivers’ Championship for Neuville after a hard-fought weekend, while the team scored its 12th individual podium result of 2016. Read More »

hyundai-gb16d– Hyundai Motorsport has achieved another podium finish in Wales Rally GB, the penultimate round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC)
– Thierry Neuville fended off team-mate Hayden Paddon to secure his sixth podium of the season and fourth in a row after Germany, Corsica and Spain
– The result secures Hyundai Motorsport second place in the Manufacturers’ Championship – the team’s best ever result in WRC. Read More »

Hyundai Poland16a– Hyundai Motorsport finished third and fourth in Rally Poland, the seventh round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), picking up 27 manufacturer points
– Hayden Paddon took his third podium of 2016 finishing in third position overall after a nerve-wracking Power Stage in treacherous conditions
– Thierry Neuville picked up a Power Stage point on his way to fourth overall, just 0.8s behind his teammate Paddon. Dani Sordo retired from the top-ten on the penultimate stage. Read More »