Your insight into the world of rally, part 319

We’re proud to bring you the latest edition of Handbrakes & Hairpins, featuring a super 8-page photo special from the WRC Rally Argentina. Inside we also preview the ERC’s Rally Azores, and bring you news from the Mt Washington Hill Climb and the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Rallying around the world is fantastic!

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Your insight into the world of rally, part 318

A fantastic week of rallying bring you this 20-page edition of Handbrakes & Hairpins. From the opening round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Portugal, the Middle East Rally Championship’s Jordan Rally and Britain’s Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation Rally, we have reported on these events with incredible photography. From across the Atlantic Ocean, we also bring you a report on Rally America’s Oregon Trail Rally and a preview of the World Rally Championship’s Rally Argentina.

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Nasser Saleh Al-Attiyah sideways to victory in the Jordan Rally.

Eighth Jordan Rally success for Al-Attiyah

Qatar’s Nasser Saleh Al-Attiyah and Italian navigator Giovanni Bernacchini stormed to an emphatic victory in the 2014 Jordan Rally, round three of the FIA Middle East Rally Championship (MERC), which finished at the Dead Sea after 21 timed special stages on Saturday afternoon.

The success was Al-Attiyah’s eighth in Jordan and his 53rd in MERC history. “We had a strategy and it worked,” said the delighted Qatari, who now has a 24-point lead in this year’s title race with three rounds remaining later in the year. Continue reading


Rally action from Russia, USA, Britain and South Africa in ONE click

This week sees action from no less than three countries and three continents, as well as news from South Africa as well. This weekend sees the start of the eagerly anticipated 2014 British Rally Championship, and there will be a number of drivers all capable of claiming the win. We’ll bring you the news as it happens from the United Kingdom, as well as from Rally America’s Oregon Trail Rally from Friday to Sunday on our editor’s Twitter feed at @evan_rothman. Next week’s issue will be a muddy one!

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Monte-Carlo honours its rally hero

During the French round of the FIA WTCC at the Paul Ricard Circuit this weekend, the Citroën Racing team received a visit from His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco.

With seven championship victories between 2003 and 2013, Sébastien Loeb, Daniel Elena and Citroën Racing have made quite a mark on the modern history of the Monte-Carlo Rally. Flying the flag for Monaco the world over, Daniel Elena has become the Principality’s most decorated sportsman, with 78 rally wins and nine World Championship titles. Continue reading

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