Former F1 and current WRC driver Robert Kubica crashed out of the Monte Carlo Rally today with this agonizingly slow crash. Watch how quickly his day gets ruined on a patch of icy road.
And Volkswagen is enjoying the benefits!
You could say that this video shows Ford testing the WRC spec for the Escort Cosworth before the 1997 Monte Carlo. I just watch it for the snow driving.
I am heading to the Monte Carlo rally and I am making sure you can send your trolling message to the world from there.
Claude Lelouch's highly acclaimed "Un Homme et une Femme" from 1966 tells the story of (watch this space) a man and a woman falling in love. A romantic film that would be the best movie on racing ever if it was an action flick.
This is the 1982 Monte Carlo Rally. It was a largely dry event, but it did have its snow-covered Alpine roads, and it also had a Ferrari 308.
There are those who like Group A rally even more than Group B, and watching this video of the '93 Monte might sway you in Group A's favor.
You're standing on Col Saint-Roch in the night, in the middle of the Monte Carlo Rally. Watch the headlights, glowing brakes, and burning campfires and you'll get a sense of what makes this rally so special.
It's easy to forget the glorious rear-engined Alpine A110, something like a French cross between a Porsche and a Lotus. You might think it's too low, to pretty for rallying, but this 1971 film for the Rallye Monte Carlo might change your mind.
The Monte Carlo Rally last week was the festival of beautiful, tortuous oversteer that we all expect it to be. Now it just looks a thousand times better with drones.
WRC rallyest, Petter Solberg may have placed no higher than sixth in this past weekend's Monte Carlo Rally, but we hear his trademark hoonage made him quite the crowd favorite during the final superspecial on the streets of Monaco. In lieu of proper Monte Carlo clips from that round, we present footage from a…
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"We played it safe and we content ourselves to manage our leadership," said Sebastien Loeb, who — with navigator Daniel Elena — dominated the third leg of the Monte Carlo Rally today. Ford-BP's Marcus Gr nholm and navigator Timo Rautiainen remained in third — 1:23 behind Loeb, whose Citroen teammate, Spain's Daniel…
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…