Welcome to the best championship finale in a decade.
Get ready, this is another quickie.
Hang on to your butts, this is the round where everything can change.
With the long summer break ending with Rally Finland a couple weeks ago we’re back to rapid fire rounds, and this week we’re headed to Germany for their legendary tarmac. And this year we’ve got boots on the ground (well, more accurately toe shoes on the ground) as Stef Schrader is in Deutschland attending her first…
It’s the end of July, which means that we have one of the most iconic events on the calendar coming up. The drivers of the World Rally Championship will have to tackle high speeds on flowing forest roads, where they are flying about as much as driving due to all the jumps. This be good.
I hope you’ve recovered from the lunacy that was Portugal, because we’re island hopping again, heading to Corsica’s neighbor Sardegna.
After just two weeks off the WRC has re-crossed the Atlantic and is back in Europe for the sixth round of the season. No Fafeing about here, it’s time for Rally Portugal.
Round 5?! How are we already on to round 5 of the season?
Here we go, round 4! Our first full tarmac event and part one of the “neighboring islands doubleheader” (look up Corsica and Sardegna on a map). We’ve got a lot of good contenders here, so let’s get to it.
The 2018 WRC season is in full swing and this week we’re off to the land of the ice and snow from the midnight sun where the hot springs flow. It’s time for Rally Sweden.
Welcome back, everyone! The 2018 WRC season is upon us, and as usual it begins at the event Malcolm Wilson calls “The rally.” Rallye Monte Carlo, one of the oldest and most prestigious rallies in the world.
It’s that time of year again! Rallye Monte Carlo is just under a week away, and if last year is anything to go by this’ll be a hell of a season.