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Adrien Fourmaux holds on to his World Rally Car drive with M-Sport for next month’s Rally Portugal after impressing on his top-flight debut at Rally Croatia.
M-Sport Ford would cut its ties with the World Rally Championship next season if the new hybrid rules are pushed back a year due to issues with kit.
World Rally Championship manufacturers Hyundai, Toyota and M-Sport have committed to the hybrid future of the series in a deal announced by the FIA.
M-Sport is to continue its policy of blooding young drivers in the WRC by adding Adrien Fourmaux to its line-up for 2021 alongside Gus Greensmith and Teemu Suninen.
The boss of M-Sport's World Rally Championship programme says work on a new 2022 car is currently progressing "very well" despite most of his workforce being furloughed.
Esapekka Lappi and co-driver Janne Ferm escaped unscathed when their M-Sport Ford Fiesta caught fire and burnt out on Rally Mexico on Friday afternoon.
The M-Sport WRC team is targeting a return to rally wins this year, boosted by the “biggest change” made to its engine since the current regulations began in 2017.
M-Sport Ford World Rally Championship team boss Malcolm Wilson feels it would be "crazy" to let Elfyn Evans or Teemu Suninen go, despite his pursuit of Ott Tanak for 2020.
Hayden Paddon is working on a deal to land another drive with M-Sport before the end of the 2019 WRC season, after a testing crash ruled him out last weekend's Rally Finland.
Hayden Paddon has admitted he was powerless to stop the testing crash which ruined his hopes of a WRC return in Finland.
Bentley has hit out at the Balance of Performance for this weekend's Spa 24 Hours after none of its four factory cars qualified in the top 20.
Hayden Paddon is a surprise Rally Finland inclusion after the New Zealander secured a last-minute deal to drive M-Sport Ford’s third Fiesta WRC.
Three-time Sebring 12 Hours winner Pipo Derani has filled the final seat in Bentley's expanded assault on the Spa 24 Hours next month.
The man at the heart of the World Rally Championship driver market seemed to be closing in on a decision for 2020, but did the events of Rally Italy present niggling doubts?
Tour de Corse winner Thierry Neuville admits rival Elfyn Evans was "maybe more deserving" of victory, after a last-stage puncture swung their battle in Neuville's favour.
Nissan refugees Lucas Ordonez and Alex Buncombe will join Bentley's expanded assault on this year's Spa 24 Hours.
World Rally Championship outfit M-Sport says it was impressed by Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas's technique on his rallying debut in Finland.
Mercedes Formula 1 racer Valtteri Bottas has received advice from M-Sport World Rally Championship driver Teemu Suninen ahead of his rallying debut this weekend.
M-Sport World Rally Championship team principal Richard Millener has said that there is “no reason” the team cannot continue to operate at the same level as in 2018.
Sebastien Ogier says Ott Tanak's crash on the penultimate Rally Australia stage "killed the emotion" of becoming a six-time World Rally Champion, given that he got the news via message on a road section.
M-Sport is willing to sacrifice the chance to lift back-to-back World Rally Championship manufacturers' championship titles in favour of aiding Sebastien Ogier's chase of a sixth drivers' crown.
All WRC manufacturer teams will launch their 2019 challengers on Saturday at the Autosport International show ahead of the opening round of the season in Monte Carlo. Drivers, co-drivers and team principals will be present.
Sebastien Ogier capitalised on trouble for his WRC title rivals Ott Tanak and Thierry Neuville with a fifth Rally GB victory, fending off Jari-Matti Latvala.
Rally Turkey took another dramatic turn when the Saturday afternoon loop got underway as Sebastien Ogier went off the road and retired.
Ott Tanak continues to lead Rally Germany, but Thierry Neuville's World Rally Championship title bid has been boosted by Dani Sordo and Jari-Matti Latvala both hitting trouble early on Sunday.
World Rally Championship series leader Thierry Neuville says he "would love" the support rival Sebastien Ogier received from his teammates at last week’s Rally Finland.