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Thierry Neuville & Nicolas Gilsoul (i20 R5) came back to the Ypres Rally as current leaders of the WRC, hoping for better luck on this year’s event. They took the lead on stage 2 and with a total of 15 fastest or joint fastest stage times they took victory by just over 40 seconds, which pleased the local crowds. Reigning Belgian National Champions Vincent Verschueren & Veronique Hostens (Fabia R5) came home in second place with 4 stage wins but they were under pressure from Kris Princen & Bram Eelbode (Fabia R5) who set fastest stage times on 4 of the last 5 stages, finishing just over 8 seconds behind, taking the final podium place. Read More »

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Revolution Wheels backed Belgian rally driver Vincent Verschueren and co-driver Lara Vanneste drove their Symtech Racing Subaru Impreza STR09 to third overall on the recent Wervik Rally, clinching the Production Class victory and joining WRC experts Bernd Cassier and Freddy Loix on the podium! Read More »

Revolution Wheels backed Belgium Rally Driver Vincent Verschueren and co-driver Lara Vanneste overcame a down on power engine in their Symtech Racing Subaru Impreza STR09 to finish the recent Rallye de Wallonie fourth in the production class. Read More »

Revolution Wheels supported Belgium rally ace Vincent Verschueren retired their Symtech Motorsport run Subaru Impreza whilst leading their class on the recent TAC Rally, the second round of the Belgium National Championship, with oil feed problems. Read More »

Revolution Wheels backed Belgium rally driver Vincent Verschueren will be aiming for another strong showing on the forthcoming Rally TAC, following his recent Production class victory on his debut in a Symtech Racing built Subaru Impreza STR09. Read More »

Revolution Wheels supported Belgium Rally Driver Vincent Verschueren scored a shock Production Class victory on his debut in the new Symtech Racing built Subaru Impreza STR09 when he finished eighth overall on the recent Haspengouw Rally!

20 year old Vincent only completed a very brief test ahead of the rally but the reigning Historic Rally Champion acclimatized well to the modern four wheel drive and reveled in the tricky weather conditions. Despite a wrong tyre choice for the second loop of stages Verschueren managed to hold local favourite Bob Colsoul at bay to win the Production class by three seconds! Read More »