Two-time World Rally champion Carlos Sainz will compete in a Volkswagen Polo at this weekend’s X Games event, when the Global Rallycross tour reaches…
This is precisely the kind of article I enjoy reading, a fly on the wall insight into a special event that most of us can only view from afar.
Created in 1988 by former Michèle Mouton, the only female WRC event winner, and Fredrik Johnsson, the Race of Champions has become the most eagerly-anticipated after party of the motorsport season. This year’s event, run on the 3rd and 4th December, returned to Dusseldorf’s ESPRIT Arena, the venue where relative newcomer Felipe Albuquerque took the overall ‘Champion of Champions’ cup in 2010.
Sébastien Ogier has been signed up as the first official Volkswagen factory driver for the car maker’s assault on the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) with the new Polo R WRC.
Tomorrow evening on Sky Sports 2 you can watch a documentary starring one of the world’s greatest footballers, Cristiano Ronaldo, showing what makes him one of the most talented sportsmen of his generation.
Get set for another action-packed race this weekend as the series is joined by five famous German drivers.
Brundle joins his ‘old mucker’ David Coulthard at the DTM Hockenheim race next weekend.
It may no longer run anywhere near Dakar, but VW’s iPhone app will make the race easier to follow.