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Get unlimited access for free You have only 5 articles remaining to view this month. British driver Chris Ingram is understood to still be waiting for the €100,000 he was awarded for winning the 2017 FIA European Rally Championship Under 27 championship. The prize money was a ‘career development fund’ centred around a pair of
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Get unlimited access for free You have only 5 articles remaining to view this month. Dakar Rally 2019 leader Nasser Al-Attiyah extended his advantage over the chasing pack by topping the event’s fourth stage, running from Arequipa to Tacna. The Toyota driver was quickest over the 252-mile timed special, the longest of the rally so
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Get unlimited access for free You have only 5 articles remaining to view this month. Toyota starts 2019 chasing back-to-back World Rally Championship manufacturers’ titles for the first time in 25 years. It already has its rivals worried with a raft of developments for this season, as David Evans explains When Toyota brought a four-wheel
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Get unlimited access for free You have only 5 articles remaining to view this month. Toyota Gazoo Racing South Africa must capitalise on the opportunity to claim a milestone first Dakar win for the Japanese marque in 2019, says team manager Glyn Hall. Toyota Hilux cars finished best of the rest behind the dominant Peugeots
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Get unlimited access for free You have only 5 articles remaining to view this month. Hyundai Motorsport has replaced its World Rally Championship team principal Michel Nandan with its customer racing manager Andrea Adamo for the 2019 season. Nandan had spearheaded Hyundai’s WRC efforts since January 2013, and during that year was responsible for the
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Toyota’s Japanese protege Takamoto Katsuta will contest the majority of the 2019 World Rally Championship season and make his competitive debut in a Yaris WRC next year. The 25-year-old’s career is supported by Toyota Gazoo’s Racing Rally Challenge Programme as part of the Japanese carmaker’s efforts to produce its first homegrown world rally winner in
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Toyota’s Monte Carlo Rally preparations were halted briefly when Jari-Matti Latvala crashed the team’s test Yaris World Rally Car on Thursday. The Finn hit an Armco barrier and damaged the car sufficiently to halt the test for the remainder of the day while the team fixed it Latvala’s co-driver at the test – former Toyota
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Hyundai has announced Sebastien Loeb will contest six rounds of the 2019 World Rally Championship, sharing an i20 Coupe WRC with Dani Sordo. Autosport had revealed on Wednesday that Loeb had agreed to join Hyundai, and his two-year deal with the starts with next month’s Monte Carlo Rally. Nine-time champion Loeb had returned to the
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