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British rally driver Rhys Yates drove “one of the best events of his life” to finish fourth in the WRC2 category at the momentous Rallye Monte Carlo last week, kick-starting his 2019 World Rally Championship campaign (24th – 27th January).

Known as one of the most difficult events in the World Rally Championship calendar, “Monte’s” reputation is etched in the history books for claiming some of the best drivers in the sport. Read More »

– The Bernini Rally Team car driven by Italians Enrico Brazzoli and Manuel Fenoli score the highest points in the GT international championship
– The Abarth 124 rally will be competing for the Abarth Rally Cup in the European Championship Read More »

Sébastien Ogier and Julien Ingrassia produced a heroic effort in their C3 WRC this weekend to win the Rallye Monte-Carlo by the narrowest margin in the history of the event. A winning margin that reflected the intensity of the fight and the stunning performance delivered. This exceptional result saw Citroën Racing claim its hundredth WRC win at the start of the year in which the brand celebrates its centenary. Read More »

– The Abarth 124 rally will defend the FIA R-GT Cup and the R-GT Class ERC titles won in 2018
– Italians Enrico Brazzoli and Manuel Fenoli will be driving the Bernini Rally Team’s Abarth 124 rally
– The Abarth Rally Cup will take place over six races

The Abarth 124 rally will start the 2019 season at the Monte Carlo Rally, driven by Enrico Brazzoli and Manuel Fenoli (ITA) for Bernini Rally Team, in the first event of the 2019 World Rally Championship (WRC). Read More »

The WRC season’s traditional opening round, Rallye Monte-Carlo is one of the toughest challenges faced by the crews – a winter event with unpredictable conditions. With Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia and Esapekka Lappi / Janne Ferm in the team’s two C3 WRCs, Citroën Total World Rally Team will be able to count on the six-time World Champions to do the team proud. Read More »

Chesterfield rally driver Rhys Yates will embark on the biggest season of his career in 2019 as he steps up to the FIA World Rally Championship to tackle nine rounds of the WRC2 category in his Brettex supported Skoda Fabia R5.

After tackling three seasons of the British Rally Championship with sporadic outings in Europe, Yates will now start a campaign at the pinnacle of the sport, starting with the legendary Rallye Monte Carlo at the end of January (24th – 27 th January 2019 ). Read More »

The strength of all great teams is the ability to stick together and produce results, even when the going gets tough. With the 17 points scored by Kris Meeke in the drivers’ championship, the 18 points added to the team’s tally in the manufacturers’ championship and the Power Stage win, Citroën Total Abu Dhabi WRT proved its strength of character in Monaco, after a frustrating start to the rally.

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Renault Sport Formula One Team driver Carlos Sainz will follow in the footsteps of his double World Rally Championship-winning father when he takes on the final stage of the 2018 Rallye Monte Carlo. The 23-year-old Spaniard will make his Monte Carlo debut when he drives the 13.58km La Cabanette-Col de Braus stage on 28 January in the New Renault Mégane R.S. Read More »

– 2018 FIA World Rally Championship kicks off with Alpine classic
– Welsh hero targets further success after maiden WRC victory in Wales
– Television coverage on Channel 5, BT Sport, S4C and Red Bull TV
– WRC arrives in UK for Dayinsure Wales Rally GB in early October

Elfyn Evans’ bid to add further success to his history-making win on last year’s Dayinsure Wales Rally GB blasts off with next week’s Rallye Monte-Carlo (25-28 January). Read More »

citroen-monte17gContested in the hills above Monaco, the final day of the Rallye Monte-Carlo saw Stéphane Lefebvre showcase his skills. The young Frenchmen produced an impressive display on the Col de Turini to claim the C3 WRC’s first stage win. Citroën Total Abu Dhabi, Craig Breen – who finished fifth overall – and Stéphane Lefebvre therefore put their first points on the board in the 2017 World Championships. Read More »