Rally Motosport

ORLEN 77nd Rally Poland 2021

77th edition of Rally Poland (18-20th of June), marked event’s 100th anniversary. Mikolajki-based rally was an opening round of FIA European Rally Championship and second round of ProfiAuto Polish Rally Championship. There were an impressive number of 102 crews on the entry list, including stunning 44 in Rally2/R5 machinery, which are the fastest cars eligible both in FIA […]

55 RallyRACC Catalunya-Costa Daruda – 2019

55 RallyRACC Catalunya-COSTA DAURADA Unique round of the WRC as the championship’s only mixed surface encounter. Medium-speed gravel roads contrast with smooth, fast, circuit-like asphalt. Teams switch cars from gravel to asphalt specification following Friday’s opening leg.

Neste Rally Finland – 2018

The Estonians Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja are the winners of Neste Rally Finland. Tänak also won the Power Stage Ruuhimäki and got 5 extra World Championship points. The second was Norwegian Mads ÖStberg and third Jari-Matti Latvala.

53 RallyRACC Catalunya-Costa Daurada – 2017

WE REFLECT ON LAST WEEK’S RALLYRACC CATALUNYA – RALLY DE ESPAÑA, WHICH COULD PROVE DECISIVE IN THE OUTCOME OF BOTH THE WRC DRIVERS’ AND MANUFACTURERS’ TITLES.

PZM 73rd Rally Poland – 2016

Andreas Mikkelsen rates Sunday’s last-gasp victory at PZM 73rd Rally Poland as more satisfying than his maiden WRC win in Spain last year.

Vodafone Rally de Portugal 2016

Rally de Portugal’s history starts in 1975, succeeding to Rally TAP, with an organization by Automóvel Club de Portugal. The names of the most famous international rally drivers are written in its ranking. The 2015 Vodafone Rally de Portugal was an historical event for several reasons; the return of the Rally to the North of […]

LOTOS 72nd Rally Poland 2015

LOTOS 72nd Rally Poland is going to be remembered, not only for the speed on the special stages, but for its jumps too. Speeds achieved on Masurian stages are similar to those reached on the legendary Rally Finland, but there are Finnish-style jumps in Poland too.

Wales Rally GB 2014

World Champion Sébastien Ogier concludes campaign with victory number eight – Mikko Hirvonen signs off illustrious WRC career with popular second place – Kris Meeke denied podium on home soil by brace of late punctures – Brits shine across the board with support class trophies

RallyRACC Rally de Espana 2014

  Ceremonial start: Salou, Staging of the rally: Barcelona, PortAventura and Costa Daurada, 17 special stages, two of them urban 11 on tarmac, 4 on gravel, 2 mixed; 372.96 km