Multiple Spectators Injured After Hayden Paddon Rolls Hyundai On Stage 9 of Rally Argentina

Multiple spectators have been injured after a crash involving Hayden Paddon’s Hyundai on Stage 9 of Rally Argentina. Whilst both Paddon and co-driver John Kennard have escaped unhurt, a undisclosed number of spectators are currently being “assisted by the emergency services belonging to the race” according to the organisers. The rally is currently being led

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Kris Meeke Leads Rally Argentina, As Ogier Retires With Mechanical Issues

Kris Meeke is currently leading Rally Argentina, after a number of casualties early on during the opening day of the weekend including World Champion Sebastien Ogier. The Volkswagen driver was leading early on from Kris Meeke and Andreas Mikkelsen after Friday’s Super Special Stage, however halfway through the first Stage of the day Ogier stopped with a misfiring Volkswagen,

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Ogier Takes Hat-Trick In Mexico

They just can’t stop him can they? After three rounds of this years WRC championship two-time champion Sebastien Ogier has managed to take the hat-trick. The Volkswagen driver was a full 1:18.8 clear of nearest rival Mads Osberg, who of course was suffering with gearbox issues similar to the ones he experienced in Rally Sweden,

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Ogier Leads Rally Mexico Overnight

Sebastien Ogier has emerged as the leader at the start of this weekends Rally Mexico. The Volkswagen driver leads by 1.2 seconds over teammate Andreas Mikkelsen and a further tenth of a second ahead of Jari Matti Latvala. The first stage took place under the 1.01km section in Guanajuato. M-Sport’s Ott Tanak described the conditions as “Very

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