Top Story: WRC Rallyes - JAPAN RALLY :Ford ace blames pace notes

Ford's Tony Gardemeister has blamed his disappointing performance in the opening stages of Rally Japan on misjudged pace notes. The Finn ended the morning session of the opening leg of the far-east gravel event 12th overall, and is already a minute and a half off the pace of overall leader Petter Solberg. Gardemeister - who currently lies fifth in the drivers' championship standings - is the second slowest of the four Ford drivers entered in Japan. Privateer Antony Warmbold is leading the way mehr >>

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WRC Rallyes - JAPAN RALLY :Ford ace blames pace notes 30.09.2005

Japan Rally: WRC Rallyes - JAPAN RALLY :Ford ace blames pace notes

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30.09.2005

Japan Rally: JAPAN RALLY : SS4: Solberg leads at lunchtime

Subaru's Petter Solberg edged back ahead of team-mate Chris Atkinson for the lead of Rally Japan by topping the final stage of the opening morning. The Norwegian was a full 16.4 seconds quicker than Atkinson on the fourth test of the rally to stretch his lead to a full 12 seconds - the biggest margin he's had over the young Australian. Peugeot's Marcus Gronholm finished t mehr >>

30.09.2005

Japan Rally: JAPAN RALLY : SS3: Atkinson gets back ahead

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WRC Rallyes - JAPAN RALLY : SS2: Solberg moves ahead 30.09.2005

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Reigning champion Sebastien Loeb and Petter Solberg shared the honours on the second stage of Rally Japan, allowing the Norwegian to move to the top of the overall rankings, 0.2 seconds ahead of Subaru team-mate Chris Atkinson, who led after the first stage. The Australian could only m mehr >>

30.09.2005

Japan Rally: JAPAN RALLY : SS1: Atkinson leads the way

Subaru's Chris Atkinson fulfilled his shakedown promise on this morning's first stage of Rally Japan, topping the times by 1.3 seconds from team-mate Petter Solberg. The Australian - who bettered Solberg by four seconds on yesterday's test run - has been ordered by team boss David Lapworth to target a strong result this weekend. Atkinson has competed in Japan twice before mehr >>


JAPAN RALLY - Chris Atkinson stuns in shakedown 29.09.2005

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Subaru's Chris Atkinson shocked the World Rally Championship fraternity by comfortably topping the times in this morning's final shakedown for Rally Japan. The Australian - making his debut at the sport's top level this year - was a full four seconds quicker than world champion team-mate Petter mehr >>


RALLYE JAPAN WRC Michelin hofft auf unbeschwertes Rallye-Fest im Land des Lächelns 26.09.2005

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Japan Rally: Wrc RALLYES - McRae targets full-time return

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22.09.2005

Japan Rally: Wrc Rallyes- Japan Rally : Martin to miss Rally Japan

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