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FIA Junior World Rally Championship co-driver Phil Hall was eager to “take away the positives” from last weekend’s second round of the series, as engine failure denied him another top result at Vodafone Rally de Portugal (21-23 May).

The RAF Reserves High Performing Athlete and Motorsport UK Team UK squad member would resume his Junior WRC title charge alongside fellow Briton Jon Armstrong, after taking his maiden world-level victory at the first round of the series in Croatia just a few weeks ago. Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton overcomes transmission woes to secure fifth spot Vodafone Rally de Portugal
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy ace shows strong pace at difficult FIA Junior World Rally Championship counter
– Creighton battles for Junior WRC lead on opening day before being forced out Read More »

– Moira rally driver William Creighton aims to build on Croatia Rally result at Vodafone Rally de Portugal
– Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy member will seek more crucial points in his maiden FIA Junior World Rally Championship season
– Creighton aims to “pick his battles” in the rough gravel counter Read More »

Junior British Rally Championship front-runner Ruairi Bell proved he is ‘one to watch’ for the future, by winning the hotly contested RC4 class and first two-wheel-drive on his debut in the FIA World Rally Championship at Vodafone Rally de Portugal last week (31st May – 2nd June). Read More »

Progressive rally co-driver Phil Hall guided Brit Tom Williams to seventh overall in the Junior World Rally Championship category at round three of the series in Portugal, despite suffering a mid-event roll, fire and numerous punctures in their Ford Fiesta R2T. Read More »

Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT had a strong start to Rally Portugal, by winning three out of Friday’s six proper stages. The team looked once again like it would make a serious challenge for overall victory, but then paid a heavy price for three unfortunate punctures. This ruined the hopes of a podium finish on the first full day of rallying, leaving the crews to act as road-sweepers for the rest of the weekend. Read More »

– Elfyn Evans impresses with strong second place in Portugal
– Best result since historic 2017 Dayinsure Wales Rally GB victory
– “A sign of more positive things to come,” promises the M-Sport Ford ace
– Book advance tickets now for significant discounts to see Elfyn Evans in action at October’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB

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The season’s opening gravel round in Europe, Rally de Portugal sees Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT enter three C3 WRCs for Kris Meeke / Paul Nagle, Craig Breen / Scott Martin and Mads Østberg / Torstein Eriksen respectively. This three-pronged attack should increase the team’s chances of securing a strong result, with each driver pairing offering a broad range of skills and qualities.

THREE LEADING CREWS

One of the World Championship’s iconic events, Portugal is a rally that all drivers dream of winning one day. Its immense popularity with fans is unrivalled anywhere else and its beautiful stages are clearly appreciated by all who tackle them. Read More »

Craig Breen and Scott Martin finished Rally de Portugal fifth overall, the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT’s highest-placed crew. All four of the team’s Citroën C3 WRCs made it to the end of the season’s sixth round.
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For the sixth round of the World Rally Championship, the Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team has entered four C3 WRCs for Kris Meeke/Paul Nagle, Craig Breen/Scott Martin, Stéphane Lefebvre/Gabin Moreau and Khalid Al Qassimi/Chris Patterson. Read More »