Coaxing a Finnish rally driver into selecting their WRC favourites anywhere other than their home country is about as likely as competitors encountering snow and ice at Rally Italia Sardegna. Not very.
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The Spanish crew (Hyundai Shell Mobis World Rally Team) flat out on SS11 Vieira do Minho 2 (20.53km).
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From the world of sport, politics and performing arts, there have been a number of high-profile personalities who have taken on the role of co-driving in the WRC. Here we list 10 of the most notable.
Sébastien Loeb, undefeated FIA world rally champion between 2004 and 2012, is as impressive as it sounds. But what happened 11 years ago today (24 May) came as close as anything to spoiling that record.
Because it is one of the most iconic stages in rallying and because as rally fans, we are all sorely missing it this Sunday, the Power Stage Classic returns to Vodafone Rally de Portugal and Fafe for a second consecutive week.
Brit Rhys Yates has done it again, taking the title in the Vodafone Rally de Portugal eSports WRC Shootout, marking his second Shootout victory in as many events.
Eager for some rally action this weekend? We have you covered on WRC+ with another tasty line-up of suggestions including new content and sim-racing action.
One man had more to celebrate than most at the end of February’s Rally Sweden. Scott Martin finally landed membership of the most illustrious co-drivers’ club in the world. Before the Torsby event started it had 96 members. When it finished, there were 97.
The office. You’re right, it’s not really an office. But it is where co-drivers sit to do their day job. And, like most offices, there are a good few buttons to press and screens to watch.