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WRC Citroen Wallpapers

We were looking through some images for artwork to use on upcoming WRC dvds and wanted to create some wallpapers. The WRC has the most amazing photographers on hand to capture all the action from the stages and the paddock.

These images feature the Citroen Total team that's been cleaning up in the drivers' and manufacturers' points race this year. Sebastien Loeb is a machine and has such a smooth and steady driving style, not sure if anyone can touch him in the next few years.


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1280 x 960 Wallpaper

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Ueo in World Drifting Championship

We are excited that Ueo will be back on US soil at the Red Bull Drifting World Championship. He always killed it in the AE86 and it will be interesting to see him behind the wheel of the S15 that he has been competing with in the D1GP series in Japan.

Here's some vintage footage of Ueo in his hachi in the touge from one of the old Option videos. For more info on the Red Bull Drifting World Championship, check out the Official Website.

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Red Bull Drifting World Championship Initial Entry List

Long Beach, Calif. - October 29, 2008 - The Red Bull Drifting World Championship has released the initial entry list to this premiere event. 32 drivers from 12 nations will battle to become the first ever World Champion on November 15-16, 2008 in Long Beach, CA.

With drifting's popularity increasing in many parts of the world, the Red Bull Drifting World Championship is bringing together the world's best drifters to take part in this invitation only event. The competing drivers will battle it out for the largest prize purse in the history of the sport.

"17 Current and Past Champions will compete at the Red Bull Drifting World Championship," says Jim Liaw, president and co-founder of Formula DRIFT. "With the chance to become the first ever World Champion, the level of competition is the highest it's ever been and we are excited to bring to the fans a chance to see drifting history."

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BMW M3 in 24hrs of LeMans

We saw an interesting post on autoblog about BMW possibly getting their latest M3 certified by the FIA for LeMans and GT racing in Europe. Hopefully they can get it certified once the new set of rules for the 2010 season is announced. It would be sweet to see this car do battle alongside the already exciting competition.

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WRC - Rally de France Images

Here are some early images from Corsica. Loeb is in the lead w/ Hirvonen and Duval in 2nd and 3rd place respectively with Petter Solberg and Latvala close behind.

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Rally America 2008 Finale at Lake Superior

October 2, 2008 (Houghton, MI) -- The 2008 Rally America national Championship season ends with a traditional fall classic, the Lake Superior Rally in Michigan's rugged upper peninsula. With fast gravel roads, deep rutted sand, the likelihood of snow, and even a tarmac stage thrown into the mix, the Lake Superior Performance Rally (LSPR) is representative of all the elements rally drivers face throughout a rally season!

LSPR is based in the town of Houghton, Michigan at the base of the Keweenaw Peninsula, which extends into Lake Superior for approximately 60 miles. Houghton is the gateway to thousands of square miles of waterways and forests and it is also the largest town in the area, making it a cultural and recreational hot spot of Michigan's "copper country". The roads are both fast and technical, requiring careful tire choices by the drivers. Rally teams must pay close attention to road conditions as they can change quickly due to the legendary unpredictable fall weather

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Rally de Espana

After a five-week break the WRC returns to action in Spain this week for the first of two asphalt events on consecutive weekends that could go a long way to deciding the 2008 FIA World Rally Championship titles.

The Rally de Espana, formerly Rally de Catalunya, is now a classic event in the World Rally Championship, but has only been based to the south of Barcelona since 2005 and presents drivers with a relatively new collection of stages. The route runs around the holiday resort of Salou, on the Costa Daurada coast, with the service park situated in the Port Aventura theme park. All but one of the stages are in the Tarragona region, an hour's drive from Barcelona.

The sweeping roads of the event are fast and flowing and are often likened to a race circuit. The asphalt is smooth but abrasive in places, and can quickly become slippery as drivers cut across the open corners to shave tenths of a second from their stage times and drag stones and dirt onto the surface.

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Loeb rules out Monte Carlo in 2009.

Sebastien Loeb says he will not compete on the Rallye Monte Carlo next year when the event takes a sabbatical from the WRC calendar.

Loeb has won the event five times with Citroen in the last six years and speculation was growing that he might tackle the 2009 edition, which forms part of the IRC rally series, in addition to his WRC programme.

Loeb, however, says he has now decided not to take part because without his C4 WRC, a car ineligible for the IRC series, he has nothing to gain from participating in the event.

"Without the C4 WRC, if I was to compete I would have to use the C2 Super 1600, and while I've been over all the options in my mind I can't see how I could beat the Super 2000 cars with a 1600cc two-wheel drive," said Loeb.

"The only reason I want to run Monte Carlo is to win it. And if I am beaten by one of the IRC drivers I doubt the general public would really understand the differences between the cars. I also know myself; I am sure that in January, when it was necessary to leave for the recce in the middle of my holidays, I would have regretted my decision!"

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Evolution X Gains Group N homologation

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation submitted to the Federation Internationale de L'automobile (FIA) papers on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X (chassis type CZ4A) for Group N Official homologation, receiving that recognition on August 1st 2008. The FIA Group N Official homologation number is "N-5718."

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, the competition model equipped with the turbocharged MIVEC engine, acquired official recognition from the FIA for Group N homologation. It is expected that the high-powered FIA Group N machine will be active in rally competition including in the FIA Production Car world Rally Championship (PWRC), FIA regional championships, and a variety of domestic championships in the future.

RALLIART INC. (President: Masao Taguchi) "In an attempt to improve our Mitsubishi-running entrants' convenience, we have published on our website a new "Group N Information" section, with homologation and competition information etc. on all models from the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI onwards. As for the homologation information and rules, these are the officially recognized versions. There are also details on obtaining the car, and a sample of the official rulebook has also been published. In the near future, information on parts and additional officially recognized parts (VO) information for Group N vehicles that this company sells will be introduced onto the site.

The Ralliart company website, Group N Information Corner url is: www.ralliart.com/GRN/index.html The information on the FIA homologation of the Lancer Evolution X is presently being prepared

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WRC Preview - Repco Rally New Zealand

New Zealand is one of the classics in the WRC season and its fast, smooth and cambered gravel roads make it one of the favourites with drivers too. It's based from the town of Hamilton, 130km south of Auckland, close to the North Island's west coast and right in the heart of some spectacular undulating countryside which makes the stages fast, flowing and similar in many ways to those of Rally Finland.

With an all Finnish line-up, gravel is the Ford team's preferred surface, and in the battle for the drivers' rally championship, Mikko Hirvonen is going to have to go all out if he's to stop Loeb winning a fifth world title. The lead in the WRC drivers' championship has changed hands six times this season between Loeb and Hirvonen. Loeb now has 76 points, four more than Hirvonen, with five rounds of the championship to run.

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