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M-Sport’s Wilson: There is no reason why we shouldn’t be aiming...

M-Sport’s fleet of Ecoboost-powered Ford Fiesta WRCs will be let loose at incredible speeds when the FIA World Rally Championship returns to Poland for...

Malcolm Wilson: This is just the very beginning for Ott and...

Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja secured their maiden FIA World Rally Championship victory at last weekend’s Rally Italia Sardegna. They delivered a superb drive...

Ott Tänak: I can confirm, it feels good!

Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja claimed a well-deserved and popular victory at Rally Italia Sardegna. Their maiden win came on the same island which...

Ogier’s aim for Italy is to extend his championship lead

M-Sport currently leads both championships after six rounds of the 2017 WRC and will be hoping for a similarly strong performance with Sébastien Ogier,...

Ott Tänak: We keep improving

Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja showed strong speed during Rally Portugal, proving once again that a maiden WRC victory is not far away. Claiming three...

Ott Tänak sorry for his mistake but not too frustrated

Ott Tänak was on a flyer during Rally Portugal’s second day morning. He even extended his lead over the opening two stages. Unfortunately all...

Ott Tänak cautious: Everyone is going at pretty much the same...

Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja start the second day of Rally Portugal as leaders in the standings. Having built their speed throughout the first...

M-Sport wants strong result, debuts Ford Fiesta R5 Evo2 in Portugal

M-Sport will be hoping to continue the team’s strong performance when the FIA World Rally Championship returns to Europe for the popular Rally de...

Ott Tänak’s changed approach in Argentina paid off

Ott Tänak and Martin Järveoja had a clear strategy for Rally Argentina and executed it perfectly – securing their third podium of the year...

Elfyn Evans’ lead slashed to just 11.5sec

M-Sport’s Elfyn Evans and Daniel Barritt continue to lead Rally Argentina but their lead was slashed to just 11.5 seconds. Saturday started well for the...