Mitsubishi returns to its rally roots in a big way. This past weekend, Team Mitsubishi Ralliart finished first overall at the Asia Cross Country Rally (AXCR). The race ran from November 21 to 26 and stretched a total of 1,524km between
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Ladies and gentlemen, it's with great pleasure that we can announce the return of Ken Block. Today, we bring you an exclusive look
Toyota has returned to World Rally Championship (WRC) headlines, with its Yaris WRC taking victory in Sweden.The 2017 season's second round saw Jari-Matti Latvala win, and take the championship lead, after Hyundai's Thierry Neuville lost a significant lead
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.In case you're not familiar, Rally Hokkaido is a rally race held on the forest roads in Central Tokachi area in Hokkaido, Japan.
During the third stage of the just-concluded Rally Mexico, M-Sport World Rally Team driver Ott Tanak rolled his Ford Fiesta RS WRC car into a lake where it sank within seconds. Fortunately, Tanak and his co-driver Raigo Molder had
M-Sport, the motorsport outfit behind Ford\'s participation in the World Rally Championship, has just confirmed that ex-Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica will compete in all 13 rounds of the 2014 WRC season in a Fiesta RS WRC rally car.
A team composed mostly of disabled veterans from the British Armed Forces has finished one of the grueling races known to man when one of the four vehicles of the Race2Recovery team crossed the finish line in Santiago, Chile, 15 days after
There seems to be no stopping Robert Kubica from participating in rally racing. Despite the sport's role in nearly ending his racing career following his crash on the first stage of the Ronde di Andora Rally in Feburary 2011, which partially
World Rally Championship (WRC) driver Sébastien Loeb is now the most successful racing driver ever with eight straight Word Rally Drivers' titles to his name--a feat that may never be equaled for a long, long time.To celebrate Loeb's
Malaysian brand beats seasoned Japanese competitors
Malaysian carmaker Proton has achieved what its Japanese competitors Mitsubishi and Subaru could not at the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) and that's by being the first carmaker to sweep the series' eight major titles.At the recent China Rally,