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25.06.22
Tibor Erdi Jnr and Zoltan Csoko took their debut win in the FIA European Historic Rally Championship in their home event in Hungary but the loss of four-wheel drive on the final two stages nearly allowed the Lancia Rally 037 of Ville Silvasti and Risto Pietilainen to spoil the party. The Finns finished the tenth and final stage just 0.9 seconds behind the Hungarians.
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25.06.22
Belgium’s Gilles Magnus stormed to a superb Race 1 pole position at WTCR Race of Spain this...
2022 WRC - Safari Rally Kenya - Kalle Rovanperä/Jonne Halttunen, Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT (Jaanus Ree / Red Bull Content Pool)
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25.06.22
2022 Safari Rally Kenya - Saturday afternoon
2022 WRC - Safari Rally Kenya - K. Rovanperä/J. Halltunen, Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT (Nikos Katikis / DPPI)
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25.06.22
Kalle Rovanperä added another 4.8sec to his Safari Rally Kenya lead on Saturday morning to hold tight at the head of a Toyota Gazoo Racing podium lockout.
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25.06.22
Second season for aspiring stars of rally and rallycross aged 13-16 years FIA’s reinvigorated...
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25.06.22
Hungarian crew Tibor Erdi Jnr and Zoltan Csoko finished the opening day of the 55 th Mecsek Rallye at the head of the table after posting the fastest overall time on Stages 3 and 4 in the Ford Sierra RS Cosworth 4x4. Erdi and Csoko are just 6.6s ahead of the Audi quattro of ‘Zippo’ and Denis Piceno after the Italian crew set the pace in the two morning stages.
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24.06.22
Porsche Penske Motorsport has taken wraps off its next year’s LMDh challenger, named 963 and sporting its final race livery at Goodwood Festival of Speed this evening
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24.06.22
Kalle Rovanperä capitalised on team-mate Sébastien Ogier’s late misfortune to lead after Safari Rally Kenya’s vicious opening leg on Friday.
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24.06.22
Elfyn Evans moved into the lead of Safari Rally Kenya as Toyota GR Yaris cars occupied the top four positions on a dramatic Friday morning.
Sport
24.06.22
Ciprian Lupu refuses to allow disability prevent him from pursuing his motorsport dreams. Ciprian is the first wheelchair user in his country to have a race car license issued by the Sports Automobile Romanian Federation (FRAS) and to officially participate in motorsport competitions. In 2021, the 38-year-old Romanian became the first wheelchair user with tetraplegia to win a National Rally Championship. Next month, together with co-driver Andrei Pintilii, he will compete in Rally Roma Capitale, part of the FIA European Rally Championship calendar. When he is not competing, Ciprian is the regional manager for Motivation Romania – an organization which provides wheelchairs and independent living training to change for the better the lives of people with disabilities in Romania. In this Q&A with fia.com, he reveals the challenges he has overcome – and offers motivation to fellow disabled competitors.

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