• A night to remember for the Citroën C-Elysée WTCC

    A night to remember for the Citroën C-Elysée WTCC

    After a long hiatus, the FIA World Touring Car Championship 2016 draws to a close in Qatar with two night races at the Losail circuit. Though the titles are all sewn up already, with Citroën and José María López* claiming the honours, there is sure to be plenty of emotion as the Citroën Total team completes its final race in the competition.

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  • That’s a wrap for Abu Dhabi Total WRT!

    That’s a wrap for Abu Dhabi Total WRT!

    With three of its cars making it to the end of Rally GB, the season drew to a close in Wales for the Abu Dhabi Total WRT. Fifth overall, Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle secured the team’s best result this weekend, whilst Stéphane Lefebvre and Gilles de Turckheim finished in the points in ninth place.

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  • Final win for Koci and WRC-3 title for Tempestini!

    Final win for Koci and WRC-3 title for Tempestini!

    Dominant from start to finish, Martin Koči and Lukas Kostka won Wales Rally GB, the sixth and final round of the 2016 FIA Junior WRC. The result means that they finish as runners-up behind Simone Tempestini and Giovanni Bernacchini, who added the WRC-3 title to their JWRC crown this weekend!

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  • A “deflating” rally for Abu Dhabi Total WRT!

    A “deflating” rally for Abu Dhabi Total WRT!

    Day two of Wales Rally GB proved to be a tiring, somewhat deflating experience for the Abu Dhabi Total WRT and not only because it started well before dawn! Intending to battle for a podium spot, Kris Meeke’s hopes of a top-three finish were dashed after picking up two slow punctures.

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  • Kris Meeke fighting hard in fifth!

    Kris Meeke fighting hard in fifth!

    Contested on muddy gravel roads in the Welsh forests, the opening leg of Wales Rally GB served up plenty of drama and incident. At the end of day one, during which the crews covered more than half of the total distance of timed sections, Kris Meeke and Paul Nagle are in very much in the hunt for a place on the podium.

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