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OGIER WINS IN CORSICA

OGIER WINS IN CORSICA

SÉBASTIEN OGIER MADE IT THREE FIA WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP VICTORIES…

SATURDAY IN FRANCE

SATURDAY IN FRANCE

SÉBASTIEN OGIER REMAINED ON TARGET TO WIN THE CORSICA LINEA…

Tour de Corse: OGIER LEADS, LOEB OUT

Tour de Corse: OGIER LEADS, LOEB OUT

SÉBASTIEN OGIER’S SECOND STRAIGHT SPEED TEST VICTORY AT CORSICA LINEA…

BREAKING NEWS: NEUVILLE WINS IN SWEDEN

BREAKING NEWS: NEUVILLE WINS IN SWEDEN

THIERRY NEUVILLE WON RALLY SWEDEN ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON TO TAKE…

Meeke Wins Corsica Warm-Up

Meeke Wins Corsica Warm-Up

The British driver’s opening run through the 5.45km Sorbo Ocagnano…

ABOUT THE RALLY

First international rally in Turkey was held in 1972, starting and finishing in İstanbul. In 1999, the idea of creating an all-new event as a WRC candidate was conceived. The next year in 2000, the Anatolian Rally based in İzmir was born. After being observed by the FIA, the rally became an official reserve event for the WRC.

Antalya and Kemer, a holiday region in southwestern Turkey was chosen in 2001 as the start and finish venue for the Anatolian Rally adopting a WRC format. In 2002, first foreign entries took part, Sébastien Loeb in a Citroën Saxo and Juuso Pykälistö in a Peugeot 206 WRC.

Turkey debuted in the World Rally Championship in the 2003 season in which only 27 of the 62 entries finished. The first two years were dedicated to Junior World Rally Championship (JWRC) for gaining experience. In 2005, the Rally of Turkey hosted for the first time Production Car World Rally Championship (PWRC) drivers.

76 rally teams took part in the 2005 Rally of Turkey. Only 53 teams finished the total distance of 1,228 km. Repeating his victory of previous year, Sébastien Loeb of France won the cup at 4.21.48.00′ with his co-driverDaniel Elena.

The 2006 event was held from October 13 to October 15, 2006 around Kemer – Kumluca – Antalya in southwestern Turkey on rough, gravel roads up into occasionally snowy mountain roads. Rally headquarters and the service park were located in Kemer.

The Rally of Turkey returned to the WRC calendar in for the 2008 season. The 2008 Rally of Turkey took place between June 12–15 and was won by Mikko Hirvonen ahead of Jari-Matti Latvala and Sébastien Loeb. The rally was removed from the calendar after the 2010 event.

The Rally of Turkey was revived for the 2018 championship as a replacement for Rally Poland. The event will be based in the town of Marmaris in Muğla Province…

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Sebastien Ogier led the three-day asphalt rally from start to finish in a Ford Fiesta and won by 36.1sec to increase his championship lead over Thierry Neuville.
After starting the final leg just a tenth of a second behind Ott Tänak, Neuville could not match the Estonian’s pace and the Hyundai i20 driver finished 31.4sec adrift of Tänak’s Toyota Yaris.
Esapekka Lappi won the final live TV Power Stage to claim five bonus points in a Toyota Yaris. Sébastien Loeb took four points for second in a Citroën C3 with Ogier claiming three in third. Kris Meeke, driving a C3, and Tänak took two and one point respectively.
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FIA WRC Dünya Ralli Şampiyonası 4. yarışı olan Tour de Corse 08 Nisan 2018 Pazar günü Mehmet Sevinç'in sunumu, Serdar Bostancı ve Koray Muratoğlu yorumlarıyla Saat 13:00'de CANLI yayında A SPOR'da... #fiawrc #wrc2018 #tourdecorse #wrcalllive #tosfed2018 #otomobilsporları

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FIA WRC Dünya Ralli Şampiyonası 4. yarışı olan Tour de Corse 08 Nisan 2018 Pazar günü @Mehmet Sevinç'in sunumu, Serdar Bostancı ve Koray Muratoğlu yorumlarıyla Saat 13:00'de CANLI yayında A SPOR'da...

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Characterised by a series of spectacular stages through the tree-lined mountains of Corsica over narrow, twisty roads with sheer drops into the sea, the Tour de Corse is also known as the Rally of 10,000 Corners. First staged in 1956, the event was a fixture on the World Rally Championship from 1973 to 2008. Run on the Combining stunning scenery with tough and twisty tarmac stages, the Tour de Corse is a classic event that's one of the jewels of the WRC calendar.

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