Volkswagen’s Fast Food
Dec23

Volkswagen’s Fast Food

Volkswagen think they’ve come up with the perfect solution for hungry rally fans looking for a snack in the middle of a stage.

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Greatest Driver Of My Generation – Richard Burns
Nov25

Greatest Driver Of My Generation – Richard Burns

A tribute to a Great British motorsport champion – Richard Burns.

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Volkswagen To Go Rallying With Polo R
May05

Volkswagen To Go Rallying With Polo R

Rumours have been circulating for some time now about Volkswagen’s desire to join the World Rally Championship. As their plans have seemed more and more certain the only speculation that remained was whether the car they chose to compete in the WRC would be the Scirocco or the Polo. Speculate no more, because here is Volkswagen’s official entry – the Polo R WRC. Starting in 2013, the Polo R will take to the rally...

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Volkswagen To Join WRC Within Next Month
Mar14

Volkswagen To Join WRC Within Next Month

Volkswagen are all set to confirm their entry into this year’s WRC, possibly appearing at the Rally Portugal on 24th March. Although Volkswagen had originally wanted to go rallying in the Scirocco, the new WRC regulations meant that they had to go with the smaller Polo. Powering the Polo WRC will be a 1.6-litre turbocharged direct-injected engine, and we can expect to see the sensible German hatch sporting flared wheelarches and...

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Ford Fiesta S2000 Prototype In Testing
Oct13

Ford Fiesta S2000 Prototype In Testing

Ford’s M-Sport division are getting ready to deliver a new Fiesta-based S2000 rally car in time for the start of next year’s season. The first Fiesta S2000 prototype has been undergoing testing on an airfield in Cumbria, and while the checkered camouflage does nothing for the car’s looks the wider track is obvious. Under S2000 rules the Fiesta will be four-wheel drive but will not be turbocharged, although power is...

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Citroën Confirm WRC for 2010/2011
Aug02

Citroën Confirm WRC for 2010/2011

Citroën have just confirmed that they’re willing to continue competing in the FIA World Rally Championship for the next two years. The fact that they’ve had huge success and tons of publicity will no doubt have played some part in that decision. Citroën have a total of four manufacturers’ titles, five drivers’ world championships and 58 victories to their name, and they’re currently leading the 2009 manufacturers’...

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