We look back at what has unquestionably been one of the most unpredictable seasons in recent WRC history, starting with the teams; M-Sport, Hyundai, Toyota and Citroen
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Malcolm Wilson OBE was very pleased with what M-Sport have achieved in 2017 after a stunning season.
Michel Nandan says that the Hyundai WRC team missed opportunities throughout 2017.
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2017 Kennards Hire Rally Australia: Neuville Secures fourth win And Second place In Championship Standings
Thierry Neuville won Kennards Hire Rally Australia ahead of Ott Tänak and Hayden Paddon
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Day 1 of the Rally de Espana saw Andreas Mikkelsen head the field on his first day rallying with Hyundai!
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Hayden Paddon leads after the opening day of action at Rally Italia Sardegna in the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship.
Elfyn Evans struggled at the Tour De Corse where he would eventually finish twenty-first overall after various issues throughout the weekend. The Tour de Corse is one of the Welshman’s favourite…
Triple World Rally Champion Sébastien Ogier was able to extend his championship lead despite issues with his M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC throughout the weekend.
Mads Østberg will miss the next round of the World Rally Championship in Mexico to avoid the chance of missing his son’s birth.
Jari-Matti Latvala was delighted to take victory in Rally Sweden on Sunday, with the Finn dominating the final day of proceedings, winning all three stages including the power stage.
Despite admitting to driving steadily in Sweden, Thierry Neuville saw his chance of victory disappear for a second successive rally after crashing whilst leading on Saturday.
Sébastien Loeb will not compete on Rally Monte Carlo in 2018 according to Citroen Team Principal Yves Matton.
Ott Tänak leads Rally Italia Sardegna going into the final day of action.
Ott Tänak had a difficult weekend at the Tour de Corse despite a strong start in the fourth round of the World Rally Championship
Tommi Makinen was delighted to see Jari-Matti Latvala take victory in Rally Sweden, but admits that his Toyota team will continue to keep their feet on the ground.
Volkswagen will not be allowed to hire out its 2017 Polo R WRC this year after a ruling by the FIA.