Give me a break. Titles are hard.
Whoever set up the start of the 2017 WRC season certainly was in the mood to mix it up, as the all-tarmac Tour de Corse is our fourth different surface type in as many events. And boy is it a doozy.
Dusty is out on the road, and has lended the responsibility of this Fantasy WRC preview to the local
expert village idiot.
Get out your roulette wheels, your magic 8-balls, your lucky coins, your darts and blindfolds, your predicting octopi, and get ready, because the least predictable WRC event in over a decade is just around the corner.
If you thought it was hard to win Fantasy WRC before, hold on to your butts because it’s anyone’s game now.
Here it is, the final WRC round of 2016. Let’s crown ourselves a champion.
Things are winding down in the 2016 WRC season, and while the driver’s championship may have been determined the Fantasy title is still very much up in the air.
...not even me, as it turns out. Whoops.
Hey, folks, and welcome back! We had a longer break than expected due to the cancellation of Rally China, but rally is finally back, and we’re headed to Corsica for one of the most famed names in rally.
Heya, folks. If you thought previous rounds of Fantasy WRC were rush jobs hold onto your hat, because here comes the transcontinental express. As I write this the sun has yet to come up, but I’m sitting in the airport terminal waiting to board a plane and fly from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific. So here we go!
It’s Rally Finland time, and we’re here again to see who has the best idea who’s the best at predicting the result. It could be you! Or even you back there. Yes, even you! But probably not. It’s usually either between Dusty Ventures and You Can Tell a Finn, who are likely to tell us about the Finns.
WHO WANTS TO GO FAST???
This is going to be another rush job, but I have (half) an excuse this time. As those of you following me on Twitter know, I was competing in a rally myself this past weekend. Usually I hand the preview off to Hoccy or Hermann when this is the case, but in the madness of preparing for the event I forgot to make the…
The WRC is back, and back in Europe, for the fifth round of 2016, and in Fantasy WRC this round is a critical point in the season.
I apologize, folks. I’ve had an absolutely bugnuts week, so this will be a super express version. For an idea of what Rally Argentina is like (rough and technical) check out the video above.
After two rounds of ice and unpredictability we’re finally moving on to gravel. And unpredictability.
It’s time for round two of the 2016 season and that one full-snow rally on the calendar (hopefully).
Welcome back, folks. It’s just over two weeks to the start of the 2016 World Rally Championship season, which means it’s time to start talking fantasy, and man is there a lot to talk about. Manufactuers are changing, drivers are changing, fantasy rules are... pretty much staying the same. Well someone has to maintain…
Heyyyyyy. Been a while. This is what happens when you work for [redacted] delivery company during the holidays. Now that Christmas has come and gone, things have slowed down and I can finally take some time to give the final review of Fantasy WRC 2015.
Here it is, folks. The final round of the 2015 WRC season. The time has come to crown a champion and dole out some fabulous prizes. And what better place to end it all than the exciting, unpredictable, and muddy roads of Wales.