View the 2016 Rallye Deutschland from a new perspective as Hyundai Motorsport take you into the skies with their drone and helicopter cameras.
2016 Rallye Deutschland
- FIA World Rally Championship
The WRC pays tribute to outgoing Volkswagen Motorsport Director Jost Capito as he heads to Formula One to become McLaren Racing’s CEO.
Stéphane Lefebvre is targeting a return at the end of the 2016 WRC season after the Citroën driver recovers from his Rallye Deutschland injuries.
M-Sport’s Eric Camilli and Benjamin Veillas go onboard in their Ford Fiesta RS WRC around the penultimate stage of the 2016 Rallye Deutschland at SS17.
A look back at the Top 5 Highlights of Rallye Deutschland 2016, the ninth round in the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship season.
Citroën’s Stéphane Lefebvre and Gabin Moreau tackle SS8 at the famous Panzerplatte at the 2016 Rallye Deutschland, where we go onboard with the French crew.
Peugeot Rally Academy drivers José Antonio ‘Cohete’ Suárez and Jordan Berfa both performed strongly on the asphalt of Rallye Deutschland.
Sébastien Ogier has claimed Volkswagen Motorsport’s second win in two years at their home rally by winning the 2016 Rallye Deutschland.
Hyundai Motorsport completed Rallye Deutschland 2016 with all three crews in the top five, including a double podium for Dani Sordo and Thierry Neuville.
M-Sport World Rally Team’s Mads Østberg secures sixth at 2016 Rallye Deutschland, while his team-mate Eric Camilli finishes in sixtieth place.
Wales’ Osian Pryce took his second win of the 2016 Drive DMACK Fiesta Trophy season as he recorded a dominant win on the asphalt of Rallye Deutschland.
Italy’s Simone Tempestini has already got one hand on the 2016 Junior WRC title after winning in Germany to take his fourth win of the season.
theCheckeredFlag.co.uk looks back and analyses an eventful 2016 Rallye Deutschland in which Volkswagen’s Sébastien Ogier won in Germany for a third time.
Hyundai Motorsport are in prime position to claim a second place finish as all three i20’s are in the top five positions after Day 2 of the 2016 Rallye Deutschland.
Osian Pryce has extended his lead in his first-ever DDFT asphalt rally at Rallye Deutschland to lead by over a minute ahead of Max Vatanen after Day 2.