What You Need to Know About The 2023 WRC Season So Far

Monte-Carlo: The Legendary Rallye Returned and Ogier Dominated

This year’s WRC championship got off to a solid start with the iconic Rallye Monte-Carlo, which took place in late January, on the opening round of what seems to be an exciting season for motorsports fans worldwide. Held in the Alpes-Maritimes, this legendary event had the best teams and drivers competing in both asphalt and gravel stages. 

The competition was fierce, with drivers navigating through a well-known, challenging course, with Sébastien Ogier coming out on top. The former WRC Champion broke a new record, as he won in Monaco for the ninth time, becoming the most successful driver on this track to date. Ogier managed to beat his team-mate Kalle Rovanperä by just 18.8sec, resulting in a 1-2 finish for Toyota Gazoo Racing. Adding to the list of celebrations, Ogier’s co-driver Vincent Landais got his first-ever WRC victory.


Rallye Sweden: Tänak Came Victorious After a Weekend of Frosty Roads and Hot Competition

Ott Tänak wrote his name in the history books once again, after a triumphant performance in Umeå, navigating through a tricky terrain with ease and finesse. The Estonian’s victory was made even sweeter by the fact that he had recently re-signed with M-Sport, demonstrating a strong bond between driver and team. Tänak’s victory was a testament to his talent, as the driver never dropped below second place during the whole event, giving his team and the fans a solid masterclass in driving despite the less-than-ideal conditions.


From Sweden to Mexico: We Set Our Sights on the Guanajuato Rallye

Set to take place March 16th to the 19th, the Mexico WRC Guanajuato Rallye is a thrill to fans around the world, with winding roads, high-speed straights, steep inclines, and hairpin turns. The countdown to this exhilarating weekend has begun. We hope you are as excited as we are!


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