Rally Spain 2022: Sébastien Ogier takes a walk in Catalonia

Rally Spain 2022: Sébastien Ogier takes a walk in Catalonia

Sébastien Ogier (Toyota) has won the Rally Spain WRC for the fourth time this Sunday. The Frenchman defeated Thierry Neuville (Hyundai), winner in the two previous editions, by 16.4 seconds. Kalle Rovanperä finished third, 34.5 seconds behind his French teammate, on his first … Continued

Catalonian Rally : Loeb claims his 9th Spanish victory

Five years after their World Rally Championship title victory, Sebastien Loeb and co-pilot Daniel Elena have claimed their ninth victory of the Catalonian Rally in Spain. His compatriot and current leader of the standings by three points, Sebastien Ogier (Ford Fiesta WRC), … Continued

Australian GP: Viñales puts an end to Yamaha’s winless streak

Maverick Viñales has won this Sunday’s Australian MotoGP Grand Prix at the Phillip Island Circuit putting an end to Yamaha’s 25 race winless streak. Behind the Spaniard came Andrea Iannone (Suzuki) and Dovizioso (Ducati). Alvaro Bautista, who is replacing injured Jorge Lorenzo, gave a sensational performance coming very close … Continued

Australian GP: Marquez arrives at Phillip Island as 2018 World Champion

This weekend (26th-28th Octobre) takes place the Australian Grand Prix of MotoGP at the Phillip Island circuit with this season’s title already decided in favour of seven-time champion Marc Márquez. The Spanish pilot sealed the deal at last week’s Japanese Grand Prix in Motegi but that won’t stop him from attempting a four consecutive win, and his ninth of the season continuing with his lucky strike.  Marquez wants more The Spaniard has made his intentions clear as he declared to the press that he is out to win the Australian Grand Prix of MotoGP. Moreover, both the team and constructor’s titles are yet to be  decided.  Marquez has also said he doesn’t want to repeat the mistake he made in 2016 when already crowned with his 4th … Continued

United States GP: Raikkonen makes Hamilton wait for his title

Kimi Raikkonen has won this Sunday’s United States Grand Prix at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas ahead of Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and a disappointing Sebastian Vettel.  This is the 21st Formula1 victory for Ferrari’s Finnish driver and the one that has prevented  the Mercedes’ star from sealing his fifth world title.  The driver from Stevenage is now forced to wait until next week’s Mexican Grand Prix to get his coveted crown.  There, at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, a seventh position will suffice for Lewis to become world champion. This was a surprising and very well-deserved victory for Kimi Raikkonen who hadn’t climbed to the top of the podium since the Australian Grand Prix of 2013. Also spectacular was the come-back of Max Verstappen who finished second from an 18th starting position.  Sebastian Vettel gave yet another disappointing performance which left … Continued