Well wasn't Rally Sweden an interesting event. Some incredible performances and some canny use of tactics. In this episode of The Kitchen Table I give you my views on the Ogier incident and talk about the outstanding performances from Neuville, Breen and Katsuta. Love to hear your comments and please feel free to share the link with your rally friends
My first Thoughts from The Kitchen Table of the New Year. Apologies, it's a bit of a long one! Break it down into bite sized chunks - first part is a look at the teams and drivers ahead of the 2018 season, second part is a look at the 2018 odds.
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It was a memorable 2017 in the WRC for many reasons - Colin Clark and David Evans debate and dicsuss the highs and lows of an incredible season for rallying.
Loeb's back - but only for three events. We'll see him in Mexico, Corsica and Spain next year. Thoughts on what this means for Citroen Racing and a few speculative stabs at M-Sports third driver next year.
Well it's the news that we've all been waiting and hoping for. Sebastien Ogier and M-Sport will be partnered by Ford for the 2018 WRC. For my thoughts on what this means for the championship and also my views on the flack that Rally Australia has, in my view, unfairly been taking
Plenty to talk about in the world of rallying following Rally de Ctalunya. In particular I talk about Tanak's potential move to Toyota and Ogier's continuing discussions with everyone other than Toyota!
So we have the ifrst move in the realignment of teams for 2018. In this episode I talk about what the Mikkelsen announcemnt might mean for Sordo and Paddon. I also give you my thoughts on who might go where in 2018
Lots to talk about post Rally Germany. In particualr the astonishing performance of Msport this seasaon, the continuing uncertainty at Citroen and the rumours already doing the rounds about possible driver moves for 2018