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BAFTA and SUNDANCE-winning writer and producer Manish Pandey’s next epic to be available from 16 January 2020: Four legends of motorsport share their love of four wheels growing up, their successes, failures, personal struggles and life-threatening accidents.
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.
The Autosport International Show benefitted from one of the most original and special rally collections in the world, from Ford to Subaru, all decades were covered.
Hyundai has revealed the 2020-spec i20 Coupe WRC with which new signing Ott Tanak will attempt to defend his 2019 title that he won with rivals Toyota. Check it out from all angles by clicking on the arrows above.
In at number seven in our Top Stories countdown is Citroen's decision to quit the World Rally Championship, and the 2020 driver market madness that preceded its announcement.
Skoda will not run a factory team in WRC2 next season, and the Czech manufacturer says losing Kalle Rovanpera was a key factor in the decision.
Hyundai Motorsport could field a second team in the WRC next season, in a bid to keep Craig Breen and Andreas Mikkelsen in its squad.
Sebastien Ogier says he has no interest in speculating about the breakdown of Ott Tanak's relationship with Tommi Makinen's team.
The Toyota Yaris WRC, which Ott Tanak took to the 2019 championship, has been named as Rally Car of the Year in the 2019 Autosport Awards.