The gravel and sand surfaces are thin and slippery and can quickly wear away to leave rough and unforgiving surfaces which can catch drivers and cars out, especially on the second running of stages. Add in temperatures of up to 30°C and the Rally Italia Sardegna is an event which tests both cars and drivers to the max.
The Rally Italia Sardegna is an event which demands both speed and precision throughout. The gravel roads of Sardinia are fast, but many of them are lined with trees, shrubbery and even rocks which take no prisoners if an error is made.
ŠKODA’s success at the recent Tour de Corse has completed a clean sweep for the FABIA R5 car in FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) events. As Andreas Mikkelsen and Anders Jæger crossed the finish line to secure victory in the WRC2 category in Corsica, they ensured that a FABIA R5 has now won every WRC rally.
Teemu Suninen claims second WRC2 win of the season at the Rally Italia Sardegna as ŠKODA Fabia R5 cars pack the top of the leaderboard. The sixth round of the […]
One-two: ŠKODA passed the ultimate test of durability at the Rally Italy with flying colours. Czech works duo Jan Kopecký/Pavel Dresler finished an excellent second at what is probably the […]