Ken Block fail and crash - Rally Catalunya WRC '10 [Pure Engine Sound]
Ken Block loses control of his Ford Focus and hits the hard shoulder in La
Mussara. We help return the car to the track, but lost the front
bumper./Ken Block perd el control del seu Ford Focus i xoca contra el voral
a la primera passada pel tram de La Mussara. Ajudem a retornar el cotxe a
la pista, però perd el paraxocs davanter.
WRC 2011 crashes
The World Rally Championship 2011
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Loeb and Elena very fast tire change! WRC Acropolis Rally 2012 [Fanvideo]
Only 1.40 minutes lost due this fast wheel change at SS20, Aghii Theodori
Fanvideo shot by Georgantopoulos Nikos - "Poulia were there"
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[HD] WRC Rally Germany 2013 - @BunningsVideo
Rally Deutschland 2013: incl. Crash Campedelli, Jumps & Show
Dani Sordo takes his first ever WRC victory.
Leaders on the final morning of Rallye Deutschland, Dani Sordo and Carlos
del Barrio sweated blood and tears on the fourth leg to secure their maiden
World Rally Championship win. Citroën Racing thus claimed its twelfth
consecutive win in Germany, the eleventh since the rally joined the WRC
Thanks to the third place secured by Mikko Hirvonen and Jarmo Lehtinen, the
Citroën Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team has cut a large part of their
rival's lead in the Manufacturers' Championship.
The situation going into day four of the rally was straightforward enough.
With a lead of just 8/10ths of a second over Thierry Neuville, Dani Sordo
had to push all the way on the two runs on the 24.58km-long Dhrontal stage.
As the roads were dry when the drivers chose their tyres, everyone went
with soft-compound Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.
In the service park, all eyes were focussed on the green and red squares on
the timing screens, which indicate the split times. The start of SS15 went
well for Neuville, but Sordo fought back to win the stage by 2.2 seconds.
"I made a minor mistake in the first few kilometres of the stage," reported
an out of breath Dani at the stop control. "It was very slippery, with
quite a lot of mud towards the end. I concentrated and pushed hard to try
and get ahead, but it's going to go down to the wire!"
At the start of SS16, in which the Power Stage bonus points were up for
grabs, Dani Sordo therefore held a three second lead over Thierry Neuville.
In other words, not a lot! Quicker on the opening two 'splits', Dani could
see his rival was slightly ahead of him by the half-way point of the stage.
Tied with four kilometres to go, the two drivers were responsible for many
a sweaty brow in the service park! In the end, Neuville faltered and went
off the road, leaving Dani to win by 53 seconds!
"It's fantastic to claim my first win after such a close fight," commented
the delighted Spaniard. "We had no choice but to keep applying the pressure
and in the end, Thierry was forced into a mistake. We didn't get off to a
particularly good start, but we all worked together to improve. We did the
hardest part yesterday, but we had to maintain our form today and that's
exactly what we did. Now that I have my first win, I want some more!"
A long way clear of the fourth-placed driver, Mikko Hirvonen wasn't
competing in the same race as the front two. Adopting a sensible pace,
dictated by the split times, he drove in controlled fashion to the end to
secure third place. On the podium for the first time since Rally de
Portugal, the Finn enjoyed the moment: "Above all, I'm pleased that Dani
has finally won his first WRC rally. Of all the WRC drivers, he's the one
who deserves it the most! My result means that the team has closed the gap
in the Manufacturers' World Championship, so the end of the season should
be interesting. It'll be my turn to win in Australia!"
"It's a great day for the entire team," concluded Yves Matton, Citroën
Racing Team Principal. "Dani has competed in so many rallies with us that
we are particularly pleased to have supported him in winning a round of the
World Championship. This win ensures that Citroën maintains its unbeaten
record in Germany and it equally shows that the DS3 WRC can also win
without Sébastien Loeb. We were right not to give up; we'll be pushing
hard in the final part of the season and have every intention of fighting
our corner right to the end!"
Best of crash WRC Finland Rally 2011
The Finnish rally is known for its speed, its jumps and of course its
crashes. Here is a little selection of the most spectacular crashes seen
around Jyvaskyla those previous years... In 3rd position, Petter Solberg
takes out some trees in great style in 2000. Then it's Dani Sordo with his
accident in 2006. And finally, let's remember the Hirvonen's crash of last