Radically renewed route puts drivers’ skills to real test - “a virtually never-before-seen spectacle”

Year after year, the route of the Finnish round of the FIA World Rally Championship, Neste Rally Finland, has brought about a sense of excited anticipation amongst the drivers. This year, their skills and mental strength are put to a real test on the extremely challenging gravel roads of Central Finland, with different road types and changes in both driving direction and rhythm.

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In pictures: Mexico

Our pick of the most spectacular images from round three

Bumper entry for Corsica

French island classic attracts 92 entries

New-look Safari eyes WRC return

WRC officials guest at Safari Rally

New-look Safari eyes WRC return

WRC officials guest at Safari Rally

Tänak upbeat despite Mexico woes

Estonian pleased by underlying performance

Mexico debrief: part 2

Reflections from 2018’s opening gravel round

Best of Action Video Rally Guanajuato México 2018

Action Video Rally Guanajuato México 2018

Top 5 Highlights Rally Guanajuato México 2018

Top 5 Highlights Rally Guanajuato México 2018

M-Sport working on electric rally car aimed at one-day events

World Rally Championship team M-Sport has started working on an electric rally car

Citroen and Kris Meeke want Sebastien Loeb to extend WRC comeback

Citroen team principal Pierre Budar says he is open to Sebastien Loeb extending his World Rally Championship return beyond the three events planned so far

Elfyn Evans's co-driver Dan Barritt set to be fit for WRC Corsica

M-Sport Ford is confident Elfyn Evans's co-driver Dan Barritt will be fit in time for the next World Rally Championship round in Corsica after being injured in their Mexico crash

WRC Rally Mexico: Citroen's Meeke has 'no excuses' for performance

Citroen World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke says he has "no excuses" for not winning Rally Mexico and was "frustrated as hell" with his run to third place

WRC leader Sebastien Ogier gets Rally Mexico penalty

M-Sport will appeal a penalty that cost World Rally Championship leader Sebastien Ogier his four powerstage bonus points from Rally Mexico

Rally Mexico: Sebastien Ogier takes WRC championship lead with win

Sebastien Ogier stayed out of trouble to reclaim the World Rally Championship points lead with a dominant victory on Rally Mexico, beating Dani Sordo and Kris Meeke

WRC teams diregard FIA request on Rally Mexico powerstage tactics

World Rally Championship teams have disregarded communication from the FIA asking them not to take a tactical approach to the Rally Mexico powerstage

WRC Rally Mexico: Ogier extends lead with four stage wins

Sebastien Ogier claimed four stage wins on Saturday afternoon to extend his Rally Mexico lead to more than 35 seconds heading into the final leg on Sunday

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  • 1.56 Sébastien Ogier
  • 2.52 Thierry Neuville
  • 3.35 Andreas Mikkelsen
  • 4.32 Kris Meeke
  • 5.31 Jari-Matti Latvala
  • 6.26 Ott Tänak
  • 7.23 Esapekka Lappi
  • 8.20 Craig Breen
  • 9.18 Dani Sordo
  • 10.11 Sébastien Loeb

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High Peak joins WRC as official merchandise partner

WRC Promoter has completed a multi-year agreement with High Peak Finland to join the FIA World Rally Championship as the new official merchandise partner.

AKK and Skruvat into Large-Scale Partnership in Finnish Motorsport

Swedish-based Skruvat have made a significant partnership agreement for the advancement Finnish motorsport. The two-year contract with AKK Sports Ltd covers several different projects within the Finnish motorsport scene, ranging from the Finnish round of the WRC all the way to two Finnish Championship series as well as youth coaching project.

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