Hayden Paddon out of WRC for 2019 after Hyundai gets Sebastien Loeb – WRC

Hyundai’s decision to sign Sebastien Loeb has left Hayden Paddon “high and dry” for the 2019 season, forcing the Kiwi out of the World Rally Championship. The 2016 Rally Argentina winner had set his sights on remaining with Hyundai, but … Continue reading Hayden Paddon out of WRC for 2019 after Hyundai gets Sebastien Loeb – WRC

Sebastien Loeb signs 2019 Hyundai World Rally Championship deal – WRC

Sebastien Loeb has signed to drive for Hyundai in the 2019 World Rally Championship. Autosport understands the agreement, Loeb’s first professional contract outside of the PSA Group, will be announced on Thursday. Loeb is currently out of contact and is … Continue reading Sebastien Loeb signs 2019 Hyundai World Rally Championship deal – WRC

M-Sport’s fight for a World Rally Championship future after Ogier – WRC

After two World Rally Championship titles with Sebastien Ogier, M-Sport Ford is going into 2019 facing uncertain prospects following its champion’s exit for Citroen. DAVID EVANS has the latest on M-Sport’s efforts to ensure it is still in the WRC … Continue reading M-Sport’s fight for a World Rally Championship future after Ogier – WRC

Hyundai denies deal with Loeb for 2019 WRC programme already done – WRC

Hyundai will begin the 2019 World Rally Championship season with an unchanged line-up, despite speculation that Sebastien Loeb has signed for the squad. Thierry Neuville, Andreas Mikkelsen and Dani Sordo will drive a trio of i20 Coupe WRCs at round … Continue reading Hyundai denies deal with Loeb for 2019 WRC programme already done – WRC