Compilation d'accident en rallye pour l'annee 2014 / Rallye crash compilation
Je vous mets la compilation de l'année 2014.
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[HD] WRC Rally Germany 2014 - @BunningsVideo
WRC Rallye Deutschland: First win for Neuville and Hyundai 24 August 2014
Thierry Neuville bounces back from his massive shakedown crash to take his
first win in the WRC and the first for the new Hyundai World Rally Team
It was a brilliant result for the Belgian, especially given he had that
massive crash in the shakedown, when he rolled his Hyundai i20 WRC multiple
times before the event had even started.
He kept his head after that, however, as the favourites – first Sebastien
Ogier and then Jari-Matti Latvala - fell by the wayside, finishing the
opening day in fifth and then the second day in third.
Neuville eventually came through 40.7 seconds up on Dani Sordo, who he was
second in the sister car, making it a double celebration for Hyundai.
“It is a nice feeling [to win here]. We have done an unbelievable job. I
can only say thank you to the team [after the job they did after the
shakedown]. It is unbelievable. I could never believe we could do such a
good result here. But we put the pressure on our rivals and got the
result,” said Neuville, after breaking his duck to become only the second
Belgian to win a WRC event - following in the footsteps of Francois Duval,
who managed the feat back in 2005 on Rally Australia.
It was a dramatic event, with championship protagonists Ogier and Latvala
initially vying for the lead on Friday, before Ogier went off the road in
the final test, the 21.02 km Moselland 2 test.
The Frenchman re-started on Saturday under Rally 2, albeit now well down,
but then crashed out again in SS8 – this time for good.
With Ogier out, Latvala took over at the front and he won five of the seven
stages during the second leg, extending his lead over Citroen's Kris Meeke
from 37 seconds to almost a minute.
Sunday though brought more woe for Volkswagen, with Latvala going off in
the opening test - 4 kilometres from the end.
Meeke inherited P1 at this point, but not for long, as he crashed into a
wall just 2 kilometres into the next stage, ripping the rear left wheel off
his Citroen. Neuville then found himself on for the win and he didn't
Sordo meanwhile was delighted to get back on the podium and in the process
take his first WRC finish with Hyundai: “I am really happy,” said the
Spaniard, who won this event twelve months ago. “I am very happy for the
team [too] - the people are working so hard. Normally I want to win, but
Thierry has driven very, very well.”
Volkswagen Motorsport II driver Andreas Mikkelsen took the final spot on
the podium, 17.3 seconds back.
“I missed this rally last year,” said the Norwegian, “so we drove our
own event, step by step, no big mistakes and put in a steady drive.”
Behind, M-Sport's Elfyn Evans put in arguably his best drive yet in the WRC
to take fourth. The Welshman finished with a flourish, holding off
experienced team-mate and team leader Mikko Hirvonen, as well as taking the
Power Stage win. Evans was also second in SS16 on the final day and third
in SS15 and SS17. P4 equals his previous best overall WRC result in Mexico.
“It has been an absolutely fantastic weekend,” said the Crash.net
columnist. “It has been one of the best weekend's I have had in a long
while, although probably not my best rally.”
Hirvonen finished 6.9 seconds back in fifth: “I really tried to push on
the last stage, but Elfyn drove well,” said Mikko. “I was so on the
limit to try and catch him. It was good fun.”
Further back, Citroen's Mads Ostberg was next up and admitted it had been a
Ford privateer Martin Prokop was seventh, despite what he described as a
terrible start, while Dennis Kuipers was eighth in another Fiesta RS WRC
car, followed home by Pontus Tidemand and Ott Tanak.
Tidemand snatched the WRC2 victory in the very final test, edging out Tanak
by just 1.8 seconds. Armin Kremer took third, with Julien Maurin dropping
to fourth after picking up a puncture in the penultimate stage. Maurin had
been leading by 24.3 seconds.
In terms of retirements, in addition to Ogier, Latvala and Meeke, Robert
Kubica and Bryan Bouffier also failed to get to the end. Kubica was forced
out with mechanical problems on the final day, while Hyundai debutant
Bouffier, who re-started this morning under Rally 2, crashed in the last
test – the only downer for Hyundai.
The 2014 FIA World Rally Championship now continues with Rally Australia
next month, which runs from September 11-14.
WRC Rally Finland 2014 - Motorsportfilmer.net
The video from Rally Finland has plenty of jumps and action this year,
Sébastien Chardonnet had a close call at Lankamaa almost scraping the door
handles on the ground! The podium ceremony is also included. Stages in this
video are Laajavuori, Lankamaa, Pihlajakoski, Painaa, Päijälä,
Mökkiperä, Surkee and Ruuhimäki
WRC Rally Finland 2014 - Highlights
JARI-MATTI LATVALA CLAIMED HIS SECOND NESTE OIL RALLY FINLAND VICTORY WHEN
HE WON AN ENTHRALLING EIGHTH ROUND OF THE FIA WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP IN
The Finn, driving a Volkswagen Polo R, defeated team-mate and championship
leader Sébastien Ogier by 3.6sec. Kris Meeke finished third in a Citroen
DS3, a further 47.0sec behind.
Ogier won the rally-closing live TV Power Stage to take maximum bonus
points. Latvala claimed two points for second with Meeke taking one.