DirtFish's Colin Clark, David Evans, Lisa O'Sullivan and George Donaldson discuss the current happenings in the world of rallying and provide their insights and thoughts.
Colin Clark, David Evans, George Donaldson and Lisa O'Sullivan talk all things rally on the newest DirtFish podcast, Spinning The Line.
Colin, David, Lisa and George discuss the challenges of Rally Mexico, new Aero on the Hyundais and the cancelation of motorsports events around the world.
Colin, David, Lisa and George talk about two-time World Rally Champion, Marcus Grönholm and the excitement and entertainment he brought to the WRC.
The crew discusses some of the best moments from around the WRC.
In the most entertaining Spinning The Line The Rally Pod yet, the team set about more of the service park’s most incredible stories.
But in addition to what went on when George Donaldson was flying high over the route for Rally Argentina, you’ll also get the lowdown on world rallying’s finest potato - and mushroom - producers. On the subject of potatoes, we also investigate the WRC’s crisp (chip if you’re listening Stateside) of choice. Predictably, controversy’s not far away...
Add in some Lancia team manager Ninni Russo, words about the WRC’s much-missed journalistic guru David Williams (and his shoes) and the opportunity to name Colin Clark’s haggis-based (and, according to GD overcooked) recipe and you’ve got the fifth edition of The Rally Pod.
The Rally Pod team are rewinding the clock in the latest episode of Spin to review the career (so far) of Six-time World Champion Sebastien Ogier. The plan was to cover the lot in one episode - but with so many tales to tell the team only managed to get as far as 2011. Oh and Colin’s worried his hair may never regrow after rashly allowing his children to “cut” it.
In this edition of Spin - the Rally Pod David, George, Colin and Lisa lose track of time once again reliving the career of 6x World champion Sebastien Ogier. It turns out there’s a lot more to say than “he’s a really decent bloke”, although that is said more than once. Download now for an extended investigation into the career of one of WRC’s greatest ever drivers.
The COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak is continuing to disrupt the day-to-day affairs of millions of people around the world.
It’s put a halt to the world of motorsport on the road but it hasn’t stopped those in the motorsport world from doing their part to make a difference in this fight.
DirtFish reporters Colin Clark and David Evans have been hearing the stories of some members of the rally community who are trying to help.
For thousands of rally fans out there Mitsubishi Ralliart was the 1990s in the World Rally Championship. And Derek Dauncey was the man in the middle of that Rugby-based Mitsubishi outfit.
In what’s going to be the first of many interviews (hence this is Part 1 of Now that’s what Derek calls the 1990s…), Dauncey talks DirtFish through two pivotal events for Andrew Cowan’s Lancer squad. We’re in 1996 for both, the first is the Safari Rally - an outstanding tale of Ralliart’s first attempt at the Kenyan marathon - and the second is one of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship’s most arduous journeys from Hong Kong to Beijing.
Brace yourself for test cars splitting in two and rats in your bedroom in Wuhan.
Italian Andrea Adamo was recruited to the very top of Hyundai Motorsport at the start of 2019. In turn, in his first season in charge, he delivered the Korean manufacturer to the very top of the World Rally Championship.
His method and approach reflect the glorious Lancia-defined era in which he grew up. In a little over 12 months, he’s polarised opinion in the service park. Not that he cares. His mission statement talks of winning rallies, rather than popularity contests. But his charisma is captivating. Here he talks at length to DirtFish’s David Evans about – among other things – one-word answers, the bible and Brabham's BT52.