Competition will be fierce this weekend as action heats up - figuratively and literally - when the eSports WRC Championship heads to Sardinia for the eighth round.
Sit last year’s FIA World Rally Championship-winning Hyundai i20 alongside the Renault-Alpine A110 which did the same job 46 years ago and the difference is enormous.
This season’s eSports WRC champion will drive away with a recently unveiled Toyota GR Yaris* road car in a multi-year agreement with Toyota Gazoo Racing to become the series’ title partner.
You voted for your favourite WRC Onboard of the Week: Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia (M-Sport Ford World Rally Team) on SS12 Monte Lerno 1 (28.89 km) at Rally Italia Sardegna 2018.
Craig Breen says his confidence is "higher than normal" ahead of his planned return to Hyundai's World Rally Championship line-up for Rally Finland
The World Rally Championship has pledged to wait until the last minute before cancelling any of its remaining rallies and remains confident of hosting at least four more events before the end of the year
For many fans, Group B was the golden era of the World Rally Championship, but it came at a high price. DAVID EVANS looked back at the rise and demise of the WRC's most spectacular machines in the 18 August 2016 issue of Autosport magazine
Group B's uncrowned champion Markku Alen has fond memories of the World Rally Championship's most revered era, despite being stripped of its final title. First shared with Autosport in 2016, it has been reproduced online to celebrate the latest in a series of free episodes from Motorsport.tv's Duke Classic archive reliving the twists and turns that decided the WRC champions of the 1980s