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No Australian winner
There has never been an Australian winner of the Australian Grand Prix as it stands as a World Championship event. Many have tried – David Brabham, Alan Jones, Mark Webber and now Ricciardo stands to have the best chance. The car is expected to be a good one and perhaps with a bit of luck, he can get there.
How the WRC ended up racing in Mexico City’s Zocalo, the plaza made famous in ‘Spectre’
It’s January and the telephone’s ringing in the Rally Mexico office. Two months before the third round of the World Rally Championship starts and the telephone is rarely quiet. But if things are busy now, they’re just about to get a whole lot busier.
Kris Meeke leads the Rally Guanajuato Mexico after a dramatic opening leg on Friday
There was huge anticipation as the new-era World Rally Cars sampled gravel for the first time in the mountains near León, and Meeke put a troubled start to the season behind him to cope best in his Citroën C3 and lead Sébastien Ogier by 20.9sec.
Rally Guanajuato Mexico (9 – 12 March)
The hot and dusty mountains of central Mexico will provide the first opportunity to gauge the pace of the new-era World Rally Cars on gravel, but ironically it’s the asphalt heart of Mexico City which will provide the early excitement in this week’s WRC encounter.
This afternoon’s SS12 Knon has been cancelled
Ott Tänak won all three Saturday morning speed tests at Rally Sweden to close on second-placed Jari-Matti Latvala. After victory in the ultra-fast Knon opener, the third-placed Estonian was quickest through Hagfors and Vargåsen to narrow the gap to 9.2sec.