Škoda Motorsport-backed Oliver Solberg had a fierce fight with double World Rallycross Champion Johan Kristoffersson until a puncture came on Sunday’s Power Stage.
Oliver Solberg will take part in selected rallies this year in a Škoda Fabia Rally2 Evo with factory support from Škoda Motorsport.
Defending WRC2 champion Jan Kopecky and youngster Kalle Rovanperä will drive for the Czech manufacturer in 2019.
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Rally Turkey is back on the WRC calendar for 2018, in this preview we take a look ahead to what will be a journey into the unknown!
Round 9 of the 2018 World Rally Championship will once again see drivers taking on the tarmac of Rallye Deutschland. Ott Tänak will be carrying his success in Finland with him as he tackles the challenges of the Mosel Valley.
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Fresh start for FIA World Rally winner Andreas Mikkelsen as he plans a championship assault for 2018 with the Hyundai Motorsport team.
Meet the 17-year-old making waves in the international rally scene… Mr Kalle Rovanperä
Pontus Tidemand wrapped up a dominant Wales Rally GB victory in the WRC2 class, but a late Tom Cave mistake handed second to Eric Camilli.
Pontus Tidemand streaked ahead of a chaotic battle for the WRC2 podium at Wales Rally GB, as many regulars were caught out by the slippery conditions.
Kalle Rovanperä will make his WRC2 debut in Wales, but the series regulars currently squabbling for M-Sport’s attention may not be the right benchmark…
Škoda Motorsport have rocked up to Spain without newly crowned champion Pontus Tidemand, but with Jan Kopecký in the wings, it may make little difference.
Eric Camilli secured a maiden WRC2 class win, but all eyes were on Pontus Tidemand, who clinched the WRC2 title with a podium finish.
Eric Camilli has moved into the lead of WRC2 at Rally Deutschland, after Škoda duo Jan Kopecký and Pontus Tidemand both suffered punctures in Panzerplatte.
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Ott Tänak extended his Rally Deustchland lead after Saturday morning’s stages, as Thierry Neuville retired in the first stage with a broken upright.
Škoda team-mates Jan Kopecký and Pontus Tidemand continued their fight for WRC2 dominance, with the M-Sport pair of Camilli and Suninen in tow.