Norway Rally Update, Final

It was a sweep for Ford Foci in the Norway rally, as Finn Mikko Hirvonen prevailed at the end of Leg 3 earlier today. In second was BP-Ford teammate Marcus Gr nholm. Some rally folk had speculated Ford would pressure Hirvonen to throw the race for Gr nholm, to give his fellow Finn the extra Championship points. But… » 2/18/07 3:40pm 2/18/07 3:40pm

Norway Rally Update, Second Leg

With Frenchman Sebasti n Loeb down eight minutes after ditching into a snowbank early in Leg 2 of the Norway Rally, the racing day became a Finn-to-Finn shootout. In the end, Marcus Gr nholm and co-driver Timo Rautiainen were short 19.3 seconds to countrymen Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen. Apparently it's been quite … » 2/17/07 7:49pm 2/17/07 7:49pm

Monte Carlo Rally: Leg 2 Recap

Marcus Gr nholm never really had a chance. As the Citroen C4s piloted by Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Sordo swapped places several times through the first legs of the Monte Carlo Rally, the BP-Ford World Rally Team driver (and last year's Monte Carlo winner) languished between 36 seconds and just over 1:15 behind the… » 1/19/07 10:00pm 1/19/07 10:00pm

ROCin' ya Face! Finns Win Race of Champions

Travis Pastrana had to forget about it and go it alone this year in the Race of Champions, as Jimmie Johnson and his last-minute replacement Scott Speed couldn't make the competition. The multi-disciplinary Pastrana put on a solid showing, as one might expect, but the day belonged to Finland. And when was the last time … » 12/19/06 4:45pm 12/19/06 4:45pm

Why Our Ass Will Never Be Even A Stone's Jump Away From Rallying

The preceding video of Marcus Gr nholm and Timo Rautiainen is from (we think) 2005 — it was certainly not from this year, as the Michael Schumacher-esque Gr nholm is on film racing for Peugeot (obvs it occurs before this year when he and his rockin' co-driver, Timo, switched over to Ford Racing). Any sport where…

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