Rally Germany (2016)
Latest news on Rally Germany
Citroen’s WRC protege Stephane Lefebvre has recounted exactly what happened in his huge Rally Germany crash yesterday that left co-driver Gabin Moreau with a broken leg.
Hyundai Motorsport has finished its home event in second and third positions to secure its first double podium result of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship
Sebastien Ogier sealed his third victory of the WRC season after completing the final stage of Rally Germany, while Dani Sordo held on to second place, a tenth ahead of Hyundai teammate Thierry Neuville.
Sebastien Ogier continues to hold a comfortable lead in Rally Germany after Sunday morning's stages, as the Hyundai duo of Dani Sordo and Thierry Neuville moved into the remaining podium slots.
Hyundai Motorsport is involved in a thrilling fight for second position in Rallye Deutschland with four seconds separating a trio of drivers at the end of Saturday’s stages
Sebastien Ogier extended his lead in Rally Germany over Volkswagen teammate Andreas Mikkelsen to over 30 seconds at the end of Saturday's running.
Sebastien Ogier took the lead of Rally Germany from Volkswagen teammate Andreas Mikkelsen at the end of the morning loop on Saturday, winning two of the five stages.
Hyundai Motorsport has begun its home rally with two New Generation i20 WRCs in the hunt for podium positions; Thierry Neuville holds third and Dani Sordo fourth overall.
Volkswagen's Andreas Mikkelsen continues to lead Rally Germany at the end of SS4, with Thierry Neuville keeping second.
Volkswagen's Andreas Mikkelsen ended Rally Germany's Friday morning loop in the lead from Hyundai's Thierry Neuville, while Jari-Matti Latvala retired from the day's running in the opening stage.
Volkswagen hits the ground running: identical fastest times for Mikkelsen/Jæger and Latvala/Anttila
Hyundai Motorsport is fully prepared to challenge for the podium as the team returns to Rallye Deutschland for round nine of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC)