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.
It feels like the season just started yesterday, but we’re already on to our third event of the year, and this one’s going to be a tough one.
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.
Finally and entirely too soon we’ve reached the end of the season. Time to crown a champion.
With just two rounds left we’re approaching the end of the season and things are getting tasty.
Hey, remember WRC? That thing we used to talk about? What’s it been, like five years?
The most exciting WRC season in over a decade continues, and this weekend we’re back on tarmac. With Neuville and Ogier now tied for the lead in the championship the title race effectively starts fresh now.
The summer of speed flies on, and this weekend it could make rally history.
Hold on to your butts, we’re about to go fast.
I just got back from STPR in Pennsylvania and am seriously sleep deprived, so this is going to be pretty much the shortest fantasy preview ever.
Did you have a rough go of Rally Argentina? Well rejoice, it’s time for Rally de Portugal and damn does it look good this year!
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.