Neuville Tops WRC Championship Table

Thierry Neuville completed the final three stages of Rally Sweden to secure his first victory of the 2018 WRC season, and take the championship lead. In SS17, the first stage of the day, Neuville gave up eight seconds of the 22.7s lead he had started with as a result of careful driving, but was second-fastest…

Hyundai After Monte-Carlo Podium

The 2018 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) gets underway this weekend with the Rallye Monte-Carlo, the first of 13 events on this year’s WRC calendar, and one where Hyundai Motorsport clearly wants to end on the number one spot on the podium for the first time. Hyundai Motorsport has outlined clear ambitions to compete for…

Mikkelsen Sets Sights On back-To-back WRC Wins

Andreas Mikkelsen could hold the aces in the pack as he defends his Rally Australia title in the finale to the most exciting and unpredictable WRC season in years. The Norwegian has endured a roller-coaster ride since winning the New South Wales encounter 12 months ago. But conditions could play into his hands this weekend…

Hyundai Launch Four Car Attack

Hyundai will look to keep its hopes of a World Rally Championship title alive with a four-car entry for the Wales Rally GB on October 26. The team’s main 2017 trio of Thierry Neuville, Hayden Paddon and Dani Sordo will be joined by Andreas Mikkelsen, as the Norwegian was announced to tackle the final three…

Mikkelsen signs for Hyundai

Andreas Mikkelsen joins Hyundai to drive I20 WRC car for final three rounds of 2017. He will partner Thierry Neuville and Dani Sordo at next month’s RallyRACC Catalunya – Rally de España (5 – 8 October), with Hayden Paddon dropped for the mixed surface encounter. Hyundai said its line-up for Dayinsure Wales Rally GB (26…

Neuville Has Not Given Up Titles Hopes

Thierry Neuville has not given up on his dream of securing this year’s WRC drivers’ title, despite the crushing set-back of a no-score at ADAC Rallye Deutschland. Neuville began last week’s rally leading the championship, but left it trailing four time champ Sébastien Ogier by 17 points after he lost a wheel and retired on…

Hyundai Refocus WRC Campaign

Hyundai Motorsport heads into the six-week break with clear intentions to refocus on its championship campaign after a tough weekend in Rallye Deutschland, the tenth round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). Despite being a home rally for the Alzenau-based squad, and a happy hunting ground for results in the past three seasons,…

Hyundai Wants To Repeat Its Good Run In Rally Deutschland

Hyundai Motorsport has its sights set on victory in Rallye Deutschland, as the WRC returns to tarmac this weekend for the first time since April’s Tour de Corse, where the team scored the first of its three wins of the 2017 season to date. The German round of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) which…

Neuville Heads WRC Championship

Hyundai Motorsport has completed Rally Finland, the ninth round of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) which was concluded on Sunday in Jyväskylä, with Thierry Neuville finishing highest of the team’s three crews in sixth position in his Hyundai i20 Coupé WRC. Taking eight points for his overall sixth place, Neuville added three more…

Hyundai Lands a WRC 1-2

Hyundai Motorsport has registered its third victory of the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) in Mikolajki, Poland, with Thierry Neuville and Hayden Paddon securing the team’s first 1-2 result in WRC since the 2014 Rallye Deutschland. Dani Sordo completed Rally Poland in fourth place overall, making it the most successful combined result for Hyundai…