All of the action from Saturday’s running in the WRC3. Source
All of the action from Saturday’s running in the WRC2. Source
Kalle Rovanperä has pounced late, moving ahead of his Toyota Gazoo Racing team-mate Elfyn Evans. Source
Toyota holds an iron grip over Vodafone Rally de Portugal, taking control on Saturday morning to hold all three podium positions. Source
Overnight pacesetter Evans managed to briefly extend his margin over championship leader Rovanpera after winning the day’s opening stage, before Rovanpera responded to close the gap to 10.2s.
Evans then stamped his authority on the morning to win the final stage of the loop to open up an 18.4s lead over Rovanpera.
The battle for the remaining podium spot intensified as a fired up Takamoto …Keep reading Source
All of the action from Friday’s running in the WRC3. Source
All of the action from Friday’s running in the WRC2. Source
It was a depleted field that limped back into Matosinhos on Friday evening following a day that tested attrition at Vodafone Rally de Portugal. Source
Evans avoided a spate of punctures, technical issues and accidents that affected many of his rivals across the day’s surprisingly rough eight gravel stage.
The Welshman claimed four stage wins, winning the final head-to-head super special to lead Rovanpera by 13.6s, with Hyundai’s Dani Sordo third, 44.4s adrift.
Evans blitzed the first two stages to grab the lead before losing the …Keep reading Source
A cat and mouse fight defined the opening morning of action from Vodafone Rally de Portugal with less than seven seconds dividing the top six drivers. Source