Tag Heuer has strengthened its long-term commitment to its champion racing ambassador Sebastien Ogier by forming a direct partnership with his World Rally Championship (WRC) team Volkswagen Motorsport, the 2013 WRC champion.
Juho Hanninen has been confirmed as the official test and development driver for Hyundai. Hanninen will be developing the i20 WRC challenger with which the Korean manufacturer plans to make a comeback to the sport.
In a magnificent show of battle of the nerves, human endurance put up a brave face to by-pass all the odds in one of the tricky super races. Nine times WRC victor Sebastien Loeb broke a staggering 92 seconds – (approx. six per cent) - off the time for cars in the Unlimited class at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, near Colorado Springs, America's second oldest motorsport event.
Volkswagen’s Sebastien Ogier won the third round of the 2013 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). Ogier dominated the Rally Mexico from start to finish claiming his second win of the season, following the team’s success at the Rally Sweden.
Hyundai Motorsport is gearing up to make a return to motorsport on a global scale, when it re-enters the World Rally Championship in 2014. The Hyundai WRC i20 was shown to the public at the recently concluded Geneva Motor Show.