#1 WRC Portugal Magazine
In what is the week leading up to what would have been Vodafone Rally de Portugal, WRC TV is providing the latest edition of the WRC Magazine. In this edition, we check in world champion Ott Tänak to ask about life in lockdown; Gus Greensmith relives his World Rally Car debut which came one year ago in Portugal; and Hyundai team principal Andrea Adamo talks of his team’s plans to gradually return to work in their German-based headquarters. Adamo also weighs in with his take on the recent Greatest WRC Driver poll, won by Carlos Sainz.
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#2 WRC+ FOCUS: Winning from the sidelines
In this week’s WRC+ Focus, it seemed that the only thing that would be able to stop Sébastien Loeb from winning a third consecutive title in 2006 would be Loeb himself. That is almost exactly what happened, as witnessed in the 2006 Season Review.
#3 WRC History: Down to the Wire
Despite the hundreds of kilometres covered in every WRC rally, and thousands covered over the course of the season, rally victories and season titles have frequently still come down to the finest of margins. “WRC History: Down to the Wire” highlights some of those closest-ever finales, including the famous 1998 title showdown between Tommi Mäkinen and Carlos Sainz.
#4 Power Stage Classic: Portugal 2019
Every sport has its Meccas which sees fans flocking to them from around the world. WRC is no different, with one of them being Fafe. Understand why this stage is so special for the tens of thousands of fans who make the annual pilgrimage there when it plays host to the 2019 Vodafone Rally de Portugal Wolf Power Stage.
#5 Onboard of the week
Last week we had equal votes for WRC Onboard of the Week. Part 1 was Lefebvre on SS15 and this week we are publishing the second onboard from Rally Poland 2017: Elfyn Evans / Dan Barritt (DMACK / M-Sport) on SS14 Kruklanki 1 (19.58 km). To watch all WRC onboard videos in full length, visit WRC+ onboard action!