Top Story: Patrick Pivato injury update

Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team Patrick Pivato, co-driver to François Duval, has undergone a series of successful operations in Sapporo, Japan to stem internal bleeding caused by an accident on stage 6 of Rally Japan last Friday and last night was brought out of his medically induced coma. The Frenchman awoke with a smile of recognition for his wife and brother-in-law who travelled to Japan last week to be by his side. He spent yesterday chatting with mehr >>

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Patrick Pivato injury update 06.11.2008

Japan Rally: Patrick Pivato injury update

Stobart VK M-Sport Ford Rally Team BP Ford Abu Dhabi World Rally Team Patrick Pivato, co-driver to François Duval, has undergone a series of successful operations in Sapporo, Japan to stem internal bleed mehr >>


PIRELLI News : Hirvonen siegt bei Rallye Japan, Loeb-Elena sichern sich WM-Titel 04.11.2008

Japan Rally: PIRELLI News : Hirvonen siegt bei Rallye Japan, Loeb-Elena sichern sich WM-Titel

 Loeb – Elena und das Citroen-Team feiern ihren WM-Erfolg Mit einer herausragenden Leistung speziell in den ersten Wertungsprüfung mehr >>


FIA PWRC Classification after Japan Rally 03.11.2008

Japan Rally: FIA PWRC Classification after Japan Rally

FIA PWRC CLASSIFICATION 1 Juho HANNINEN Mikko MARKKULA FIN FIN MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IX N 1 3:43:30.4 **:**:**.* 2 Evgeny NOVIKOV Dale MOSCATT RUS AUS MITSUBISHI LANCER EVO IX N mehr >>


Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution drivers deliver perfect result 03.11.2008

Japan Rally: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution drivers deliver perfect result

A PRODUCTION CAR WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP RALLY JAPAN At the end of three exceptionally tricky days of rallying on the mounta mehr >>

02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Fahrerwertung - Teamwertung vor Wales GB Rally

WM-Zwischenstand Fahrerwertung nach dem 14. von 15 Läufen Fahrer Marke Punkte 1. Sébastien Loeb Citroën 112 2. Mikko Hirvonen Ford 102 3. Dani Sordo Citroën 59 4. Jari-Matti Latvala Ford 50 5. Chris Atkinson Subaru 50 6. Petter Solberg Subaru 41 7. François Duval Ford 22 8. Henning Solberg Ford mehr >>


Team BP Ford Abu Dhabi sichert sich in Japan dritten Doppelsieg der Saison 2008 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Team BP Ford Abu Dhabi sichert sich in Japan dritten Doppelsieg der Saison 2008

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Citroen et le rallye en chiffres 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Citroen et le rallye en chiffres

Position des C4 WRC et écart par rapport au meilleur temps, spéciale par spéciale. Sébastien Loeb-Daniel Elena/ Dani Sordo-Marc Martí ES21 : Nidom 1 (3,44 mehr >>


Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena Champions du Monde* 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena Champions du Monde*

5e Rally Japan (30 octobre – 2 novembre 2008) Ce dimanche 2 novembre 2008 restera dans la légende du rallye comme le jour où Sébastien Loeb et Daniel Elena sont devenus Champions du Monde* pour la cinquième fois cons mehr >>

02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Munchi’s farewell 08 season in Sapporo

FIA World Rally Championship Rally Japan, 2 Nov 2008 The Munchi’s Ford World Rally Team have completed their final event for the 2008 FIA World Rally Championship season with Federico Villagra/Jorge Pérez Companc finishing one spot outside a points’ finish in ninth place. Unfortunately team-mates Henning Solberg/Cato Menkerud had a rally to forget after re mehr >>


Nippon points for Wilson and Stobart 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Nippon points for Wilson and Stobart

FIA World Rally Championship Rally Japan, 2 Nov 2008 Final day Matthew Wilson/Scott Martin have scored a points’ finish on the penultimate round of the FIA World Rally Championship by finishing Rally Japan in mehr >>


Patrick Pivato news from hospital 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Patrick Pivato news from hospital

Francois Duval’s co-driver Patrick Pivato is making good progress in Sapporo’s Higashi Tokushukai hospital, where is being treated for injuries received during an accident on the opening day of Rally Japan. Malcolm Wilson, boss mehr >>

02.11.2008

Japan Rally: WRC Rallyes - Standings afters SS29 - Imeru 4 overall classification

JAPAN RALLY After Stage 29 - Imeru 4 Length - 2.3kms 1 3 HIRVONEN FORD 03:25:03.0 +00.0 2 4 LATVALA FORD 03:25:34.1 +31.1 3 1 LOEB Citroen 03:27:33.6 +02:30.6 4 6 ATKINSON SUBARU 03:28:45.4 +03:42.4 5 12 ANDERSSON SUZUKI 03:30:15.9 +05:12.9 6 11 GARDEMEISTER SUZUKI 03:31:12.4 +06:09.4 7 8 WILSON FORD 03:32:08.3 mehr >>


Atkinson fourth after Rally Japan shows its dark side on final day 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Atkinson fourth after Rally Japan shows its dark side on final day

Rally Japan day three 02 November 2008 The final day of Rally Japan was by far the most treacherous as torrential rain hit the stages, creating rivers that flooded the roads, huge ruts in the thick mud tha mehr >>


Loeb and the Citroen Team takes fifth WRC title 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Loeb and the Citroen Team takes fifth WRC title

Third place on Rally Japan today netted Sebastien Loeb his fifth consecutive Drivers’ Championship title from only six full seasons of WRC competition. This score takes Loeb and his co-driver Daniel mehr >>


Ford celebrates 1-2 result in Japan 02.11.2008

Japan Rally: Ford celebrates 1-2 result in Japan

Despite Mikko Hirvonen losing out in the battle for the 2008 drivers’ championship, a one-two result today in Japan meant the BP mehr >>

01.11.2008

Japan Rally: Retirements in Japan after day 2

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WRC Rallyes overall results after SS20 01.11.2008

Japan Rally: WRC Rallyes overall results after SS20

1 3 HIRVONEN FORD 02:21:31.8 +00.0 2 4 LATVALA FORD 02:21:47.3 +15.5 3 1 LOEB Citroen 02:22:25.3 +53.5 4 6 ATKINSON SUBARU 02:23:57.8 +02:26.0 5 8 WILSON mehr >>

01.11.2008

Japan Rally: Both Solbergs out of Saturday’s competition after SS18

Henning Solberg and his brother Petter both retired from Saturday’s competition on consecutive stages and with similar mechanical problems. Munchi’s team driver Henning was first to go. The Norwegian, who was sixth, parked his Ford Focus after the finish control of SS17 as a result of left-hand rear suspension damage. Henni mehr >>


Subaru report from service D 01.11.2008

Japan Rally: Subaru report from service D

On the second morning of Rally Japan, the four stages ran without complication and there were no further cancellations. The weather was much milder than on Friday, and whilst muddy, the stages were dry and there was no snow to be seen. mehr >>

01.11.2008

Japan Rally: Russian Evgeniy Novikov continues to lead P-WRC race

Evgeniy Novikov turned in a tremendously mature drive behind the wheel of his Mit mehr >>


Patrick Pivato remain in stable but critical condition 01.11.2008

Japan Rally: Patrick Pivato remain in stable but critical condition

FIA World Rally Championship Rally Japan, 1 Nov 2008 Last night Patrick Pivato, co-driver to François Duval, underwent surgery to repair a fractured right pelvis and tibia after a high speed accident on mehr >>


Citroen Sport - Le rallye en chiffres 31.10.2008

Japan Rally: Citroen Sport - Le rallye en chiffres

Positions des C4 WRC et écarts par rapport au meilleur temps, spéciale par spéciale. Sébastien Loeb-Daniel Elena/Dani Sordo- Marc Martí ES1 : Heper 1 (13,24 km) 7e mehr >>


Jour 1 : Loeb/Elena en position idéale 31.10.2008

Japan Rally: Jour 1 : Loeb/Elena en position idéale

5e Rally Japan (30 octobre – 2 novembre 2008) La première journée du 5e 'Rally Japan', 14e et avant-dernière manche du Championnat du Monde WRC 2008, s'est achevée ce soir. Au volant de leur Citroën C4 WRC, Séb mehr >>


Mixed fortunes for Stobart duo in Japan 31.10.2008

Japan Rally: Mixed fortunes for Stobart duo in Japan

FIA World Rally Championship Rally Japan, 31 Oct 2008 Day 1 After day 1 of Rally Japan, round 14 of the FIA World Rally Championship, Matthew Wilson/Scott Martin lie in sixth place. Unfortunately François Duva mehr >>

31.10.2008

Japan Rally: WRC Rallyes SS10 - Sapporo 2 overall results

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31.10.2008

Japan Rally: WRC Rallyes SS9- Sapporo 1 overall results SS7 and SS8 cancelled

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31.10.2008

Japan Rally: Rally Japan SS8 cancelled

The organisers of Rally Japan have cancelled this afternoon’s repeat of the 5.74km Pipaoi test. The Clerk of the Course, Makita Ryuji, said the decision had been taken as a result of delays caused by the cancellation of SS6. Competitors have been told to return to the Sapporo Dome where they will re-group ready for tonight’s Super Special stage (SS9 and SS10). mehr >>


SWRT Day one midday report from service A 31.10.2008

Japan Rally: SWRT Day one midday report from service A

One stage cancelled as leaderboard remains static After the first morning of competition in Japan, Petter Solberg and Phil Mills are in seventh position overall, followed by teammates Chris Atkinson and Stéph mehr >>


SS6 stopped after crash for Duval 31.10.2008

Japan Rally: SS6 stopped after crash for Duval

An accident involving the Ford Focus of Stobart VK M-Sport team drivers Francois Duval and Patrick Pivato stopped the second stage of the afternoon - the 11.10km Yuparo. Duval was the eighth driver to tackle the stage and cras mehr >>

31.10.2008

Japan Rally: WRC Rallyes - SS5 - Heper 2 overall results

JAPAN RALLY SS5 - Heper 2 Length - 13.24kms 1 3 HIRVONEN FORD 31:17.3 +00.0 2 7 DUVAL FORD 31:29.2 +11.9 3 4 LATVALA FORD 31:32.8 +15.5 4 1 LOEB Citroen 31:37.7 +20.4 5 2 SORDO Citroen 31:50.8 +33.5 6 5 SOLBERG SUBARU 31:59.3 +42.0 7 8 WILSON FORD 32:00.2 +42.9 8 6 ATKINSON SUBARU 32:02.2 +44.9 mehr >>

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