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  1. Ford enjoys 'best day of the year'
  2. Rally d Italia Sardegna: Day 2 Standings
  3. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS12 Loeb rebounds
  4. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS11 Drama arrives
  5. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS10 Hirvonen top
  6. Latvala retains lead in Sardinia
  7. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS9 Loeb again
  8. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS7 Hirvonen quickest
  9. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS8 Loeb responds
  10. Latvala ready for day two challenge
  11. Sordo targets fourth after challenging opening
  12. Loeb admits: It s a gamble
  13. Hirvonen: I couldn't have got it more wrong
  14. Rally d Italia Sardegna: Day 1 Standings
  15. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS6 Ford on top
  16. Latvala leads after day one
  17. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS5 Loeb on top
  18. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS4 Three for Latvala
  19. Latvala leads after opening morning
  20. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS1 Latavala on top
  21. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS3 Latvala again
  22. Rally d Italia Sardegna: SS2 Sordo quickest
  23. Rally d Italia Sardegne: SS1 Latavala on top
  24. Loeb tops Sardinia shakedown
  25. New Fiesta R2 revealed
  26. Hirvonen confirms Rally Show appearance.
  27. Villagra targets further points
  28. Sordo: I can take fight to Hirvonen
  29. Latvala keen to add Sardinian finish
  30. Hirvonen: Road position key in Sardinia
  31. Loeb: I hate losing!
  32. Henning aiming to extend brotherly advantage
  33. Wilks aiming for Talsi victory with MML Sports
  34. IRC: Meeke to appear at The Rally Show
  35. IRC: Rally Scotland route revealed
  36. IRC: Meeke leads after day one in Azores
  37. Dakar: VW signs Al-Attiyah for defence
  38. IRC: Loix leads early in the Azores
  39. Solberg looks at alternatives
  40. Meeke signs up for Rally Barbados
  41. IRC: Hanninen confident of Azores challenge
  42. IRC: Vouilloz targets Azores podium
  43. IRC: Meeke targets victory in the Azores
  44. Russia, Indonesia lose 2010 calendar slots
  45. IRC: Bumper field set for Rally Azores
  46. IRC: Meeke pleased with French test
  47. IRC: Proton debut likely in Belgium
  48. IRC: Kresta set to return on home soil
  49. Ogier promoted into points
  50. Citroen s Juniors look to the positives
  51. Rally Argentina: Result [Amended]
  52. Wilson: Fourth was possible
  53. Latvala: I feel stronger for finish
  54. PWRC: Al-Attiyah returns to winning ways
  55. JWRC: Kosciuszko survives for victory
  56. Petter: We were robbed - twice!
  57. Villagra takes Munchi s to best ever finish
  58. Henning: It s been a long wait!
  59. Sordo pleased with Argentine showing
  60. Loeb: No change despite extended lead
  61. PWRC: Argentina - Post-event press conference
  62. Latest WRC Championship Standings
  63. Rally Argentina: Result
  64. Rally Argentina: SS23 Loeb wins
  65. Loeb wins in Argentina
  66. Rally Argentina: SS22 Latvala again
  67. Rally Argentina: SS21 Latvala quickest
  68. Rally Argentina: SS20 Loeb moves closer
  69. Petter forced to retire
  70. Latvala loses podium chance
  71. Rally Argentina: SS19 Loeb top again
  72. Rally Argentina: SS17 Loeb again
  73. Rally Argentina: SS18 Sordo takes SS
  74. Rally Argentina: Day 2 Standings
  75. Day to forget for Citroen s Juniors
  76. Latvala smiling again in Argentina
  77. Ford confirms Hirvonen won t restart
  78. Loeb 'disappointed' to see battle end
  79. Rally Argentina: SS16 Latvala quickest
  80. Rally Argentina: SS15 Loeb comfortable
  81. Hirvonen forced out in Argentina
  82. Rally Argentina: SS14 Hirvonen fights back
  83. Loeb moves ahead on second morning
  84. Rally Argentina: SS13 Loeb again
  85. Rally Argentina: SS12 Loeb moves ahead
  86. Rally Argentina: SS11 Loeb closes gap
  87. Rally Argentina: SS10 Loeb on top
  88. PWRC: Prokop excluded in Argentina
  89. Solberg delighted with opening day
  90. Caution the name of the game for Latvala
  91. Loeb unhappy with gap out front
  92. Hirvonen looks ahead to 'good fight'
  93. Sordo: I won t turn down the lead!
  94. Rally Argentina: Day 1 Standings
  95. Rally Argentina: SS9 Sordo tops day one
  96. Rally Argentina: SS8 Loeb top, all square
  97. Rally Argentina: SS7 Hirvonen gets ahead
  98. Rally Argentina: SS6 Sordo back in front
  99. Hirvonen takes early lead in Argentina
  100. Rally Argentina: SS5 Loeb cuts lead
  101. Rally Argentina: SS4 Petter quickest
  102. Rally Argentina: SS3 Sordo hits the front
  103. Rally Argentina: SS2 Latvala takes lead
  104. Rally Argentina: SS1 Loeb wins first test
  105. Loeb takes early advantage.
  106. PWRC: Late drama for Brynildsen
  107. Hirvonen backs under-fire team-mate
  108. Loeb tops shakedown in Argentina
  109. Ogier: No extra pressure from points role
  110. Rautenbach: A repeat would be nice!
  111. Solberg aims to split works drivers
  112. Latvala: I drive for a finish
  113. Henning: Top five vital
  114. Villagra chasing home points
  115. Sordo aiming to reel in Hirvonen
  116. Wilson eager to bounce back in Argentina
  117. Loeb chasing five in a row
  118. IRC: Betti gambles on newcomer Kimera.
  119. IRC: Rally Russia details revealed.
  120. IRC: Rautenbach plots Azores assault.
  121. Hain: Wales Rally GB must be saved
  122. Rally Argentina entry list released
  123. Race of Champions move to China
  124. Funding row hits Wales Rally GB
  125. MML happy with Evo X test
  126. IRC: Volkswagen confirms return
  127. Citroen tests C4 HYbrid4 in Portugal
  128. M-Sport to develop S2000 Fiesta
  129. FSTi: Breen equals Fiesta record
  130. Sordo: No point risking it
  131. Rautenbach sees points go up in smoke
  132. PWRC: Portugal - Araujo and Ramalho QA
  133. Loeb thrilled with Portugal victory
  134. Petter Solberg revival continues with fourth
  135. PWRC: Maiden win on home ground for Araujo
  136. JWRC: Kosciuszko completes dominant win
  137. Solberg benefits from late Wilson slip-up
  138. Hirvonen not giving up on title fight
  139. Portugal: Latest championship standings
  140. Rally Portugal: Result
  141. Rally Portugal: SS18 - Loeb takes win
  142. Loeb completes Rally Portugal win
  143. Rally Portugal: SS17 - Wilson, Rautenbach out
  144. Loeb one stage from victory, Wilson out
  145. Rally Portugal: SS16 - Hirvonen ends Loeb run
  146. Rally Portugal: SS15 - Loeb closing on win
  147. Loeb stretches advantage on final morning
  148. Rally Portugal: SS14 - Loeb quickest again
  149. Loeb happy but wary of day three challenge
  150. Stobart drivers go head-to-head for fifth
  151. Lapworth hints at future Prodrive, Gronholm outings
  152. Gronholm 'disappointed' with premature exit
  153. Hirvonen: My only option is to attack!
  154. Rally Portugal: Day 2 standings
  155. Rally Portugal: SS13 - Clean sweep for Loeb
  156. Rally Portugal: SS12 - Loeb extends lead
  157. Rally Portugal: SS11 - Loeb edges Hirvonen
  158. Rally Portugal: SS10 - Loeb makes it three from three
  159. Loeb edges in front after morning loop
  160. Rally Portugal: SS9 - Loeb moves into lead
  161. Rally Portugal: SS8 - Loeb closing, Gronholm out
  162. NEWSFLASH: Gronholm, Ogier stop on stage
  163. Ford confirms Latvala for Argentina
  164. Loeb, Sordo happy to follow Hirvonen
  165. Gronholm in podium contention on return
  166. Hirvonen daunted by rally lead
  167. Rally Portugal: Day 1 standings
  168. Rally Portugal: SS7 - Loeb closes gap
  169. Rally Portugal: SS6 - Sordo fights back
  170. Rally Portugal: SS5 - Hirvonen moves ahead
  171. Latvala future in doubt, Ford admits
  172. Rally Portugal: SS4 - Sordo takes charge
  173. Sordo capitalises on Latvala retirement
  174. Rally Portugal: SS4 - Sordo takes over lead
  175. NEWSFLASH: Latvala crashes out of lead
  176. Rally Portugal: SS3 - Latvala stretches lead
  177. Rally Portugal: SS2 Latvala from Gronholm
  178. Henning Solberg in charge after SS1
  179. Rally Portugal: SS1 - Henning takes early lead
  180. Latvala tops Portugal shakedown
  181. Solberg reveals Le Mans invitation
  182. Citroen Junior squad heads for gravel debut
  183. Henning targets top five in Portugal
  184. Wilson aims to 'start where he left off'
  185. Munchi s gets set for Portuguese bow
  186. Hirvonen aims to benefit from new engine
  187. Loeb: A grand slam is possible
  188. Solberg keen to bounce back from virus
  189. Gronholm gets set for WRC return
  190. IRC: Sousa confirmed in Procar Abarth.
  191. IRC: Wilks chases entry.
  192. IRC: VW team targets Azores return; Austrian considers entry.
  193. IRC: Kronos boss pleased with double
  194. IRC: Safari will form part of 09 schedule
  195. IRC: Duval targets home outing
  196. Bumper entry list revealed for Portugal
  197. Prodrive reveals Gronholm s new mount
  198. FIA confirms non-turbo future for WRC
  199. Loeb praises Pirelli.
  200. Solberg: This is unbelievable!
  201. Record-breaker Loeb hits the big 5-0
  202. Rautenbach capitalises on Ogier error
  203. Munchi's start season with seventh
  204. Wilson savours first stage win, fifth place
  205. Hirvonen encouraged by gravel pace
  206. Latvala positive despite Cyprus slip-up
  207. PWRC: Two in a row for Sandell.
  208. Latest World Rally Championship standings.
  209. Rally Cyprus: SS14 Latvala, Wilson complete Ford sweep
  210. Rally Cyprus: Result
  211. Loeb wins Cyprus.
  212. Rally Cyprus: SS13 Hirvonen again
  213. Rally Cyprus: SS12 Hirvonen back on top
  214. Solberg turns back the clock
  215. Citroen 'don t care' if Sordo keeps third
  216. Hirvonen to take risk-free strategy
  217. Latvala rues costly error
  218. Loeb: It could have been worse
  219. Rally Cyprus: Day 2 standings
  220. Rally Cyprus: SS11 Petter leads Solberg 1-2
  221. Rally Cyprus: SS10 Petter sets the pace
  222. Loeb extends lead on second morning
  223. Rally Cyprus: SS9 Loeb back on top
  224. Rally Cyprus: SS8 Mixed emotions for Ford
  225. IRC: Skoda to take part in test event
  226. Rally Cyprus: SS7 Latvala leads Ford 1-2
  227. IRC: Alen seeks to bounce back
  228. IRC: Meeke keen to build on Curitiba success
  229. IRC: Loix happy to hold points lead
  230. Loeb s lead bigger than expected
  231. Ford: We aren t giving up
  232. Henning set to restart after road accident
  233. Hirvonen praying rain stays away
  234. Rally Cyprus: SS6 Sordo ends Loeb s run
  235. Rally Cyprus: Day 1 standings
  236. Rally Cyprus: SS5 Fifth straight for Loeb
  237. Rally Cyprus: SS4 Loeb again
  238. IRC: Proton added to manufacturer list
  239. Loeb: Important thing is to save the WRC
  240. Loeb dominates opening morning
  241. Rally Cyprus: SS3 Hat-trick for Loeb
  242. Rally Cyprus: SS1 Loeb starts on top
  243. Rally Cyprus: SS2 Two from two for Loeb
  244. Henning forced out before Cyprus start
  245. Loeb: Important thing is to the save the WRC
  246. PWRC: Cyprus pre-event press conference
  247. Sordo tops Cyprus shakedown
  248. Rally Norway - Day 1 standings
  249. Experience key for Ogier in Cyprus
  250. Novikov not thinking of results
  251. Henning targets Cypriot podium
  252. Wilson chasing further points
  253. PWRC: Sandell targets two-in-a-row
  254. Solberg: We are more prepared for Cyprus
  255. Munchi s get set for seasonal debut
  256. Loeb: Cyprus won t be all that stimulating
  257. Latvala set for new experience
  258. Hirvonen readies for tough Cyprus challenge
  259. IRC: Meeke thrilled with maiden success
  260. DAKAR: VW confirms return plans
  261. IRC: Meeke dominates day one in Brazil
  262. IRC: Meeke dominates in Brazil
  263. IRC: Vouilloz takes WTCC champ for a spin
  264. MML reveals new Group N Evo X
  265. IRC: Free Scottish entries up for grabs
  266. IRC: Gardemeister hopeful of return
  267. IRC: Hanninen predicts Skoda victories
  268. Ford pair complete marathon pre-Cyprus test
  269. Munchi's confirms return
  270. Gronholm to make WRC comeback
  271. Rally Norway: Result
  272. IRC: Loix to trade pace for caution.
  273. IRC: Ligato targets points for Mitsubishi.
  274. IRC: Kopecky tips Vouilloz for Brazil.
  275. IRC: Meeke heads for Brazil with winning car.
  276. Ogier: It was a rewarding rally
  277. Snow rhythm, but Aava happy with point
  278. Novikov: Debut finish vital
  279. Best yet for Sordo on snow
  280. Latvala happy and disappointed with rostrum
  281. Wilson Jr in the points again
  282. Henning: I'm the fastest Solberg now!
  283. Loeb hails new Pirelli winter tyre
  284. Solberg scores on Citroen bow
  285. Hirvonen: We went down fighting
  286. Quesnel: Hats off to Mikko
  287. 'Tense' Loeb adds Norway to victory list
  288. PWRC: Sandell creates history in Norway
  289. Latest World Rally Championship standings
  290. Rally Norway: SS23 - Final test and win goes to Loeb
  291. Rally Norway: SS22 - Hirvonen again but only just
  292. STOP PRESS: Loeb wins in Norway
  293. Rally Norway: SS21 - Hirvonen keeps pushing
  294. Rally Norway: SS20 - Hirvonen maintains pressure
  295. Rally Norway: SS19 - Loeb responds
  296. Rally Norway: SS18 - Hirvonen on a charge
  297. Rally Norway: SS17 - Loeb wins
  298. Norway - day 2: Loeb remains in control
  299. Rally Norway: SS16 - Latvala doubles up
  300. Rally Norway: SS14 - Henning fastest
  301. Clutch woes stop P-G Andersson
  302. Rally Norway: SS15 - Latvala heads Ford 1-2
  303. P-G Andersson retires in Norway
  304. Loeb extends lead in Norway
  305. Rally Norway: SS13 - Loeb top; Andersson out
  306. Rally Norway: SS12 - Hat-trick for Loeb
  307. Rally Norway: SS10 - Loeb starts day 2 with win
  308. Rally Norway: SS11 - Loeb again
  309. Rally Norway: SS9 - Loeb takes final test - and lead
  310. Rally Norway: SS8 - Fourth stage win for Hirvonen
  311. Rally Norway: SS6 - P-G springs surprise
  312. Rally Norway: SS7 - P-G top again in Fabia WRC
  313. Hirvonen claims early lead on Rally Norway
  314. Rally Norway: SS5 - Hirvonen increases lead
  315. IRC: Meeke in car switch
  316. Rally Norway: SS4 - Hirvonen fights back
  317. Rally Norway: SS2 - Hirvonen on form
  318. Rally Norway: SS3 - Loeb takes lead
  319. Dream start for Petter Solberg
  320. Rally Norway: SS1 - Petter starts with a win!
  321. IRC: Sousa after extra 'Challenge'?
  322. Aava: Top-four would be really fantastic
  323. Loeb top in Norwegian shakedown
  324. McRae investigation fails to find cause
  325. Loeb to take Norway's PM for a spin
  326. New Pirelli ice tyre rolled out for Norway
  327. PWRC: Sandell 'excited' ahead Fabia S2000 debut
  328. 'Big hope' Novikov set for first event with Citroen
  329. Ogier: Getting to the finish the key again
  330. Our goal is to score, says Rautenbach
  331. Wilson Jr keen to collect points again
  332. Henning aiming for podium spot
  333. Hirvonen eyes Norway repeat
  334. Latvala: Winter rallies rock!
  335. Sordo keen to play his part in Norway
  336. Loeb: Ford will be very at home in Norway
  337. WRC Lancia amongst Crash Classfieds highlights
  338. Petter Solberg: I m ready for Norway!
  339. IRC: Meeke to go Nutts on RX150 return.
  340. IRC: Portugal next event for Skoda?
  341. Petter Solberg World Rally Team launched
  342. IRC: Curitiba boss promises 'demanding' rally
  343. IRC: Gardemeister set for return?
  344. Proton: We'd love to have Petter in 2010
  345. IRC: Wittmann Jr confident of strong campaign
  346. MML Sports Ltd created
  347. JWRC: Burkart: I m very, very happy!
  348. Aava: One mistake cost us
  349. JWRC: Burkart notches up debut win
  350. Citroen: We want to see Atkinson back with us
  351. Ogier: Hugely satisfying to finish and score points
  352. Latvala: I had an up and down weekend
  353. Al Qassimi claims first-ever point
  354. Wilson Jr scores on 50th outing
  355. DAKAR: Mitsubishi calls time on raid efforts.
  356. Rossi: Rally the future for me, but it s not a close future
  357. Atkinson 'hoping' to drive for Citroen again
  358. Henning: We ve proved I can be fast on tarmac now
  359. Rally Ireland: SS17 - Third win for Mikko
  360. Rally Ireland: SS18 - Hirvonen again
  361. Sordo delighted with second
  362. Hirvonen: Power steering problem a shame
  363. Loeb: Ireland victory no walk in park!
  364. Latest World Rally Championship standings
  365. Rally Ireland: SS19 - Mikko wins final one
  366. Rally Ireland: SS16 - Loeb fastest
  367. Rally Ireland: SS15 - Mikko starts day with win
  368. Rally Ireland: SS14 - Loeb quickest
  369. Rally Ireland: SS13 - Loeb back top
  370. Rally Ireland: SS12 - Mikko stops Loeb's run
  371. Loeb increases lead in Ireland
  372. Rally Ireland: SS11 - Loeb takes 2nd clean sweep
  373. Rally Ireland: SS11 - Loeb takes second clean sweep
  374. Rally Ireland: SS10 - Loeb again.
  375. Rally Ireland: SS9 - Loeb begins day with quickest time
  376. Loeb: I still can t afford to make any mistakes.
  377. Aava: We got beached...
  378. Hirvonen: Sordo is in my sights!
  379. Latvala: I feel I have let the team down.
  380. Rally Ireland: SS7 and SS8 axed.
  381. IRC: Meeke: Monte crash won't affect Brazil outing.
  382. Rally Ireland: SS6 - Perfect loop for Loeb
  383. Rally Ireland: SS5 - Loeb again.
  384. Rally Ireland: SS4 - Loeb grabs P1
  385. Aava leads the Rally Ireland
  386. Atkinson: I don t want to 'cruise' in Ireland.
  387. Rally Ireland: SS3 - Loeb doubles up, Aava leads
  388. Rally Ireland: SS2 - Latvala out.
  389. Rally Ireland: SS1 - Latvala starts with win.
  390. Hirvonen fastest in Irish shakedown
  391. IRC: Hanninen: Future results will be good for Skoda.
  392. IRC: Monte TV coverage hailed a success.
  393. Promoter for WRC confirmed
  394. Ireland organisers amend Sunday stage
  395. Adapta adds second entry for Norway
  396. Aava ready for maiden run with Stobart
  397. Rautenbach: I learned loads in 2008.
  398. Top six would be nice, says Henning.
  399. Wilson Jr. set for 50th start
  400. Ogier insists: I don't feel under pressure.
  401. Sordo eyes first victory
  402. Loeb: This season will be close
  403. IRC: Meeke philosophical after Monte crash
  404. Solberg confirms car choice for Norway
  405. Latvala wants to be consistent in '09
  406. Hirvonen: I need to be more crazy this year!
  407. IRC: Peugeot takes 1-2-3 finish on Monte
  408. Dakar: Gordon to run third Hummer in 2010.
  409. IRC: Ogier: I can t imagine I will ever forget this!
  410. JWRC: Fordes gets Ireland wild card slot
  411. STOP PRESS: Ogier wins Rallye Monte Carlo
  412. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS14 - Sarrazin again
  413. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS13 - Sarrazin top
  414. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS12 - Basso's turn.
  415. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS11 - Loix quickest
  416. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS10 - Ogier fastest.
  417. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS12 - Basso's turn.
  418. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS11 - Loix quickest.
  419. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS10 - Ogier fastest.
  420. IRC: Ogier inherits Monte lead [updated].
  421. IRC: Ogier inherits Monte lead.
  422. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo - Day 2 standings.
  423. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS9 - Hanninen loses P1.
  424. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS8 - Skoda 1-2.
  425. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS7 - Sarrazin quickest.
  426. IRC: Hanninen extends Monte lead.
  427. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS6 - Kopecky does it.
  428. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS4 - Juho pulls away.
  429. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS5 - Hanninen again.
  430. IRC: Hanninen leads for Skoda on the Monte.
  431. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo - Day 1 standings.
  432. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS3 - Meeke quickest.
  433. IRC: BFGoodrich confirms Drivers' team events.
  434. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS2 - Sarrazin top.
  435. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo: SS1 - Vouilloz takes it.
  436. Rallye Monte Carlo: SS1 - Vouilloz wins opener.
  437. IRC: Skoda registers for manufacturers' crown.
  438. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo - preview.
  439. IRC: Hanninen proud to be with Skoda.
  440. IRC: Vouilloz set to begin title defence on Monte.
  441. Solberg denies Citroen claims.
  442. DAKAR: de Villiers relieved to complete win.
  443. DAKAR: Nissen savours Volkswagen victory.
  444. DAKAR: de Villiers wins to end Mitsubishi run.
  445. DAKAR: Roma hands Mitsubishi a 'first' on 13th.
  446. DAKAR: Unlucky 13 sees Gordon robbed of lead.
  447. DAKAR: Day 13 - de Villiers stays top.
  448. Wilson eyeing podium, consistency and survival.
  449. Stobart: We want regular podiums.
  450. JWRC: Suzuki targeting Junior title.
  451. DAKAR: Day Twelve highlights.
  452. DAKAR: Day 12 - de Villiers moves into lead.
  453. DAKAR: Sainz disappointed with retirement.
  454. PWRC: 19 to compete for crown in 2009.
  455. Rally Norway - entry list in full.
  456. JWRC: Entry list confirmed.
  457. DAKAR: Sainz crashes out.
  458. Date set for ninth Combe Rallyday.
  459. Atkinson hails Citroen C4 after first test.
  460. Barry Clark - QA: EXCLUSIVE.
  461. Clark: I showed what I could do in 08.
  462. IRC: Interwetten confirms programme.
  463. DAKAR: Day 10 Sainz continues march.
  464. DAKAR: Day Ten highlights.
  465. Manufacturers given 'reasons to get out'.
  466. DAKAR: Stage eleven cancelled.
  467. Norway entry list revealed - includes Petter.
  468. IRC: Event timetable - Rallye Monte Carlo.
  469. DAKAR: Roma holds fourth heading to Atacama.
  470. Subaru pull-out to cause Prodrive job cuts?
  471. Subaru pull-out to cause Prodrive job losses?
  472. FIA confirms WRC entry list.
  473. DAKAR: Day Nine highlights.
  474. DAKAR: Day 9 - Sainz wins again.
  475. DAKAR: Roma assumes Mitsubishi mantle.
  476. DAKAR: New opportunities for Chicherit.
  477. DAKAR: Volkswagen strengthen position.
  478. IRC: Meeke praises series ahead of Monte.
  479. DAKAR: Day Eight highlights.
  480. DAKAR: Day 8 - Sainz extends lead.
  481. IRC: Kris Meeke - Peugeot: QA - EXCLUSIVE.
  482. IRC: Meeke targets title after Peugeot deal.
  483. Kris Meeke: QA, EXCLUSIVE.
  484. IRC: Ogier secures Monte Carlo drive.
  485. DAKAR: Peterhansel retires.
  486. IRC: Monte entry list confirmed.
  487. Wilson Sr: Galli, Duval still in frame.
  488. DAKAR: Day 7 - Sainz back on top.
  489. Solberg: I'll only return if I can win!
  490. DAKAR: Alphand out as co-driver falls ill.
  491. Wilson: Subaru, Suzuki exit not all bad.
  492. Richards hopeful of Subaru return one day.
  493. Malcolm Wilson - Ford: QA - EXCLUSIVE.
  494. DAKAR: Al-Attiyah DSQ confirmed.
  495. Stobart squad picks up award.
  496. JWRC: Burkart in Suzuki switch.
  497. DAKAR: Day 6 - Al-Attiyah extends lead - for now.
  498. IRC: Rallye Monte Carlo route tweaked.
  499. Rally Ireland - entry list in full.
  500. PWRC: Sandell joins Red Bull Rallye Team.