Robb Stark Races In Rallying's Deadliest Era In New Film Group B

In the 1980s, international rallying was virtually unrestricted. The cars became more and more powerful until a series of horrifying fatal crashes led to the series' cancellation. It's a story worthy of a film. In fact, one is getting made right now and it stars the dude from Game of Thrones. » 3/05/15 9:40am Yesterday 9:40am

The Sierra Cosworth, Ford's Last Great RWD Rally Car

Back in the late '80s, Ford had two versions of the Group A Sierra it could run in rally: there was the XR4x4 that had AWD but a weak old motor, and there was the RS Cosworth that had power to match its rivals but only RWD. This combination didn't make a WRC champion; it made a beast. » 3/04/15 3:26pm Wednesday 3:26pm

The Fastest Hands In The World Are On Winter Rally Stages

"So, you have to commit and you have to have big balls, right?" Right. Rallying in a nutshell, right there. Drift pro Frederic Aasbø and Speedhunters caught up with WRC 2 driver Anders Grøndal before Rally Sweden and gave us the most mind-bendingly ridiculous ride-along footage I've ever seen. » 2/24/15 9:29am 2/24/15 9:29am

The Weird And Wonderful Cars Of The First Mexican 1000 Rally

When you think of Citroën rally cars, the last thing that comes to your mind is the lovely DS, yet that's just what someone chose to tackle the Baja in the inaugural 1967 running of the National Off-Road Racing Association's Mexican 1000. This film, "27 Hours to La Paz," chronicles that first race. » 2/16/15 7:45pm 2/16/15 7:45pm