The WRC’s new managing director says the flexibility of Rally Turkey organisers in changing date should help allow at least one extra round to join this season’s calendar.
Ott Tanak says the resumption of the WRC season in his Estonian homeland in September is the perfect opportunity to reignite his title defence with new employer Hyundai.
Sebastien Ogier is poised to stay in the World Rally Championship in 2021, with a new deal with current employer Toyota close to being signed.
Former Hyundai WRC competitor Andreas Mikkelsen believes his new role as Pirelli's tyre development driver will aid his attempts to secure a full-time seat in the series again.
The World Rally Championship has revised the starting order rules for the series’ return to action in Estonia in September.
Organisers of Rally New Zealand fear it could be “cast into the wilderness” after the event failed to appear on the draft calendar for next year’s World Rally Championship.
Motorsport UK is “optimistic” the UK will be represented in the World Rally Championship next year despite Rally GB not being included on an initial list of 2021 events.
The organiser of the Ypres Rally has announced that it has begun negotiations to host what could be Belgium’s first ever World Rally Championship event.
Ex-World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke could be handed a career lifeline as Pirelli's tyre tester ahead of the marque's returned to the series in 2021.
The organiser of Latvia’s World Rallycross Championship round, RA Events, is in talks with the World Rally Championship Promoter about hosting a round of the WRC this year.
Toyota has decided against the introduction of the GR Yaris in the 2021 World Rally Championship season.
The World Rally Championship is looking to top up its depleted 2020 calendar with other rallies in Europe, with events on the European Rally Championship calendar in consideration.
Thierry Neuvulle suffered a nasty crash in his first test outing since the World Rally Championship season was suspended after Rally Mexico in March.
Outgoing World Rally Championship chief Oliver Ciesla believes his series must return to key markets in the United States and China if it is to attract more manufacturer participation in the future.
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